Sandy Karnowski: Public Affairs for Cliffs
Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. announced today that Sandy Karnowski has been named Cliffs' district manager of public affairs in Minnesota.
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#1 Aug 1, 2013
Keep positive and make phone calls, write letters & make noise! Don't let North Shore convince you that this is the only way!
When things slow down I am writing letters (TO MANY PEOPLE) and going to get the beaches open to the public once again. There are soooooooooo many alternatives to this problem and closing it off is only an extreme way of not wanting to deal with it. The people here are missing out on too much with this being closed off and NorthShore can't keep just taking from the earth/environment & people (ALONG WITH POLLUTING THE AIR)....they need to give also. One very good way to deal with this would be for North Shore to give the 2 beaches to Silver Bay and keep black beach as the so called buffer land. I agree however that no camping & 4 wheelers should be down there. The space isn't set up for camping and way too small for wheelers. Also garbage cans can be put out for the public. AND ALL DOG CRAP NEEDS TO BE PICKED UP BY THE OWNER! Everyone should call Mayor Johnson to have her push for this for her town....IT WOULD BE AN HONORABLE/VALUABLE ACCOMPLISHMENT. I WOULD PERSONALLY BE VERY PROUD OF HER. SOMETHING WORTH WORKING FOR.
#2 Aug 1, 2013
The reasons for taking it away are unfounded fears! And let's not forget they can deal with it differently....people are way too willing to let fear, money & big businesses call the shots! North Shore owns so much land and posting ALL of it has gone too far! They can find other legal solutions for allowing the public on these beaches (don't let them fool you) They just don't want to take the time & money to do it. Wow so surprised how easily convinced people are when it comes to giving up on nature & their environment! I love the outdoors and this place way too much to let it go. Remember North Shore doesn't want to use this for anything...they don't even need it! They just happen to own it.......!
#3 Aug 2, 2013
Well I live here because I have family that want to live here and I love love love the outdoors here! There is give and take to everything in life and I try to make the best of what I have. I am not saying NSM is a bad company, I am just saying they need to find a solution for the beaches other-than closing them off to the community in which they operate. Companies now-a-days are thinking outside the box and working with and showing more appreciation for their employees and I think this would be a great way for NSM to give back and show appreciation for their employees, the community and the environment!
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