Pinos Altos resident says thinning ma...

Pinos Altos resident says thinning may have raised fire danger

There are 1 comment on the Silver City Sun-News story from May 23, 2008, titled Pinos Altos resident says thinning may have raised fire danger. In it, Silver City Sun-News reports that:

It may have been an overgrown paradise, but for Pinos Altos resident Bob Pelham, the 100 acres of Bureau of Land Management land behind his home was a beautiful area to hike and ride his horse.

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Ira Craig

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#1 May 23, 2008
I agree with neighbor Bob. The job looks awful and has left slash all over the place. And it's not just the 100 acres of BLM above his home/business. To the south there's another maybe 150 acres that was thinned. Looks horrible, destroyed critter cover, and now vehicle exhaust fumes find it easier to make their way off the road and through the thinned areas into our homes, creating a new, perhaps unforeseen problem.

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