Kalahari water park builders get corrected
Repeated permit violations at the Kalahari Resorts construction site nearly resulted in the pollution of Swiftwater Creek, according to inspection reports and Monroe County Conservation District.
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#1 Jan 28, 2014
sorry but we don't need another water park, with the ones we have now they depend on out of State participants. Tell me, where does this company come from and who are the owners? i don't like the name. the State may be getting revenues but our land is being abused by all this developing and our wild animals are loosing their grounds, being killed, starving and confused about their migrating paths. these parks my bring jobs but for how long? the way the economy is going there will be layoffs, less jobs and waste of time and money. lets think more of helping out the seniors with 55 plus living developments, they are the ones losing their homes because of higher taxes,food prices, utilities and no sale on their homes. I'd think twice those who are in public office, What's at the top of the totum pole now, at the next election i believe you will learn. thanks for the space.
#2 Aug 11, 2014
Is this why there are so many homes for sale around Tobyhanna? I was wondering why.to
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