Hualapai must be dry to fly

Hualapai must be dry to fly

There are 23 comments on the The Kingman Daily Miner story from Oct 21, 2010, titled Hualapai must be dry to fly. In it, The Kingman Daily Miner reports that:

It approved the amendment to the prohibit the use of groundwater to cool the plant's turbines by a 3 to 2 vote.

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Sinnamon Park, Australia

#21 Oct 30, 2010
My Dixie Wrecked wrote:
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Yep, another Kingman representative, so what if my teeth are rotten, my pick up truck is 6 feet off the ground and I look cool with my hand riding on top of the steering wheel while I drive and my woman is only 300 pounds but she's happy with her hostess ding dongs.
You sound more like a Miami or Dallas representative to me. Or if what you say is true, maybe you can coax the Daily Miner into springing for a company dental plan, your local newspaper is part of a huge conglomerate, in business to make a profit or they don't survive just like every other company on the planet.

Anyway back to the subject of jay oh bees and how people need them to survivr just like the "Bloggers" and "journalists' and "ediotrs" over at Kingman's finest.
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#22 Nov 1, 2010
My Dixie Wrecked wrote:
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Yep, another Kingman representative, so what if my teeth are rotten, my pick up truck is 6 feet off the ground and I look cool with my hand riding on top of the steering wheel while I drive and my woman is only 300 pounds but she's happy with her hostess ding dongs.
That sounds like more of a description of someone from Dallas or Miami.

And if your a Daily Minner newspaper Blogger employee why don't you see if they will spring for a dental plan? The Miner is part of a huge media conglomerate in Mohave, they should have the monetary resources to help you out. The Daily Miner is a business just like every other company, and to survive they need to make a profit just like any other company. Too bad they try to make a profit at the expense of 190,000 good and decent Mohave County residents.

As for me? I can't wait to get back to work and I will apply for a job at the new Hualapai Solar facility.
The Kingsmen

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#23 Nov 6, 2010
Hualapai Valley Solar is good for the residents, the city, & Mohave County not to mention the world as we begin to clean it up one solar field at a time.

When they begin construction soon, Mohave County will have many more job opportunities. Putting hard working American's back to work and providing for loved ones. Hualapai & the Other projects are welcome and appreciated by the vast majority of fine citizens. We're very lucky to have them investing in our community.

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