Commissioners hear farmers' issues with rails to trails
A handful of farmers and property owners not wanting to see an abandoned rail bed converted to a walking and biking trail brought their case to the commissioners Tuesday.
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#1 Jan 29, 2010
EPA bureaucrats and Wayne County Commissioners support spreading hazardous waste (asphalt) on farmland and cementing, blacktopping, and roofing farmland. So rainwater cannot percolate through soil into aquifer.
This kills Human Beings that need food and water for life!
#2 Feb 10, 2010
I will be ok and the people of the Creston area will be better for the trail. People first!
#3 Feb 11, 2010
Asphalt as "Hazardous Waste?" I bet with all those hazards around you probably stay inside all the time. That would explain why you don't see any benefit to trails.
I'm not sure if you've ever looked at the official groundwater map for the northern 1/2 of Wayne County. I have. There's squat for groundwater/aquifers. It makes it nearly impossible to put in a house (1-2 gallons per minute). With numbers like that, it's barely habitable as it is - so pave, baby pave.
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