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Page 2 Wednesday., December 5, 2012 The Adams County Record 00r's The forest's worst enemy Dear Editor, I dofft know who is pro- gramming, The U.S.ES. I do know that their agenda is to keep the motorized public off of the forest. They are obliteralting roads saying that they are caus- ing too much sediment to go into the streams, yet some of these roads are miles from the closest stream, some roads have not had travel on them for years, and they also maintain that ATVs must be banned from the forest as they are tearing up too much ground, yet an ATV trail in less than five years will heal over back to its original vegetation. An obliterated road will make an open space out in the forest approxi- mately 25 feet wide, which you can see for the next 100 years and will never return to its original beau- ty, so why not leave the road there, to say nothing of the fact that you have 25 feet of loose dirt. When the road was there, that dirt was packed and prob- ably did not wash as badly, and the handicapped citi- zens had access to the for- est. Another reason the U.S. Forest Service has for obliterating roads is the fact that they do not have money to maintain them. Yet the money to obliterate them suddenly appears and denies the handicapped access to the forest. Why not just leave them and let moth- er nature close them and save taxpayer dollars. Yes, the U.S. Forest Service are the only peo- ple who can create their own jobs, produce noth- ing for the local economy and get paid for it. I will say this for Forest Service personnel, in the management capacity they are just like politi- cians; they will tell you what you want to hear. If it doesn't fit their agenda, it won't happen. Yes, the US forest ser- vice is our economy's and our forest's worst enemy. No exceptions. ,/ez,o Mdoo..x5 Dear Editor, On the afternoon of Nov. 24th, Richard, grand- daughters Syd and Amy, and our two dogs took a walk up Orchard Road to Missman. At that inter- section a small kitty cat saw them and followed them home. She seemed intent on staying, so on Sunday, Richard took her back up Orchard Road in the hopes that she would Lost Kitty Cat scamper off to her own home. That didn't happen because the kitty cat ran back here, beating Richard home! This kitty cat is a small female, long-haired white with tabby patches. She is the perfect kitty to sit on your lap and purr. And she needs a home. Currently she is living at Dr. Bruce Gardner's Heartland Animal Hospital. I took her in to him because she had a cold and needed his care. As most of you know, Dr. Bruce cares for stray kitty cats "and dogs because he is a generous man I do hope that those of you who would like a pet will go to Dr. Bruce and adopt that sweet kitty cat or another cat or a dog. Re-wedding announcement Daniel James Burt and JoAnne Owen Burt would like-to announce their re-marriage on Dec. 12, 2012 at the Families for Christ church in Council, ID starting at 6:00 PM. Daniel was born and raised in Council, grad- uating with the Class of 72, and recently moved back after nearly 40 years away. JoAnne is a native of Flagstaff, AZ. Attire to be casual, with recep- tion immediately follow- ing ceremony. For further information or tO help out, please call Pastor Jon at 741-0410 or JoAnne at 253-6232. New Meadows Ci Council meeting A short, special meeting BY FRED ERLAND attending. The road grader $8,640 was approved to The special City Council contract was approved, pay the health insurance meeting called to order, This will save the city oft he city employees and with DeOle Priddy not about $3,000 over the life to keep it current. present -- all others of the contract. 7 RIVERS LIVESTOCK COMMISSION Check our website for details on upcoming sales. www.7riverslivestock.com Office: 208-365-4401 7rivers@qwestoffice.net 1611 W. Salesyard Rd. , Emmett, Idaho 83617 Feeder Special on December 18th, 2012 Sales starts at noon Call 365-4401 for more information Closed December 25th and Jan. 1, 2013 New Meadows collects food for needy BY FRED ERLAND It was a cold, rainy and windy Saturday the 1st of December as the New Meadows Food Bank Volunteers stood ready to accept food or cash donations. Our own local KDZY radio station stayed with us through the day broadcasting our message to the local area. Thank You Dave. - The drive was a success, with about 12 boxes of goods donated and a bunch of cash. It came one can at a time or a sack full. It all added up nicely. Thank you New Meadows and area residents for your great support. Many families will have food this year. Oops! Last week, Gremlins sneaked into the Record office and stole the caption from the front page photo appeared: Chris Braden with the New Meadows Holiday Bazaar. The caption that should have and his daughter, Ruby, of New Meadows enjoy shopping at Saturday's Holiday Bazaar. THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD USPS: 005-120 Copyright,2012" The Adams County Record is published Weekly at 108 Illinois Ave., Council, Idaho 83612-000R by Adams County Record Publishing Co LLC., Lyle Sail, Publisher. Periodical postage is paid at Council, Idaho. 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