Sierra Club offers 'Dark Skies' progr...

Sierra Club offers 'Dark Skies' program, plan to reduce light pollution in Buncombe Jan. 4

There are 1 comment on the Mountain Xpress story from Jan 2, 2012, titled Sierra Club offers 'Dark Skies' program, plan to reduce light pollution in Buncombe Jan. 4. In it, Mountain Xpress reports that:

From the WENOCA Chapter of the Sierra Club: The local Sierra Club will present "Dark Skies," a program by Bernie Arghiere, president of Asheville's Astronomy Club, and constructor of two private observatories in our region, who will discuss Buncombe County's proposed lighting ordinances, to be voted on Jan.

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Buella Mae Hunnicutt

Sherrills Ford, NC

#1 Jan 2, 2012
These goody two shoe environmentalists need to move to the desert and embrace a primitive lifestyle instead of trying to tell us how to live! Curly Cue light bulbs and p.c. can go to the devil!
In Dixeland I'll make my stand to live the old fashioned way, Amen!

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