3-month slash drop program begins Mar...

3-month slash drop program begins March 1

There are 3 comments on the The Daily Courier story from Feb 25, 2010, titled 3-month slash drop program begins March 1. In it, The Daily Courier reports that:

The free slash drop-off program will help residents to develop defensible space around their homes and other structures that could fuel fires, according to a press release.

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Pliny

United States

#1 Feb 27, 2010
I would hope that the Cordes Lakes slash'n burn site would only just accept on all Saturdays during the same time frame.Our communities here are too poor to hire a dump truck service to run the streets and collect. But just our dump site colleting would be deeply appreciated for SPRING clean-up for health, sanitation, appearance(more important than any of us feels when 'lazy'), and our own individual feelings of stability and peace within our communities. That just might liken to everyone here. Whatcha say, our communities we like to keep unto our own?
Pliny

United States

#2 Feb 28, 2010
I paid for laborers to REMOVE the fire hazard piles of pitched dead wood/brush to be removed from my property when I bought it. I do have it kept up; the problem here is mostly investors, followed secondarily by neighbors of in-absentee properties-their vacant lots and rentals-NOT cleaning up what they bought in good faith, nor clearing fire hazard debris from tenant to tenant and those investors putting themselves by words in preferrential standings of 'supremacy' with the County.I am no done yet, never.I cannot in good faith assist antiquated politicals, nor an antiquated County overall system.But I sure can support my own community.

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#3 Mar 6, 2010
And Cordes Lakes 'opted' of their own silent accord(not pro-active here), out of the three month slash and burn feat and the asking to join the state grant for arsenic removal by needling the CA based Cordes Lakes Water Company to 'fess up' on skipped testing and come clean-current.
Still buying bottled water, forever and a day. Nobody strong enough to take their aspirations, opinions to making us one step better. Not "oh well", rather I curse myself for declining because of disintigrating health matters, only.Otherwise I face my own economic and financial debacles, but still would have gone active.
Where are the young strong minds in Cordes Lakes now all in a position for giving to their community with simple efforts? It's not that we lack them.

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