Franklin County commissioners answer questions about preserving land of Eagle Rock woodlands

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Franklin County commissioners on Tuesday defended their letter of support for preserving the 1,100-acre Eagle Rock woodlands.

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Chambersburg, PA

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Apr 13, 2011
 
Of course preserving our natural resource is a worthwhile use of taxpayers' funds. Pellicano & Landis are too intellectually dull to bring anything other than poorly thought out arguments against any type of spending. Really, the Conservation Fund is a scam? Please, grow up!
LIL JOHN

Shippensburg, PA

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Just what does '''Preserve''' mean in terms of usage?

What is in the fine print nobody gets to see?

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