Well one can't have its cake and eat it to after the FACT that Utah's cool
rains of May have long since evaporated on the valley floors, then they need to
move out of Utah and move to the tropics, when it comes to wildland fires. How
time flys, in 2007, when 363,000 acres burned in the Milford Flat Fire alone,
making it the state's worst wildfire in history and claiming the lives of two
people. The blaze cost $4 million to fight and another $17 million for reseeding
efforts. That same year, the Neola North fire scarred more than 43,000 acres.
Lightning-caused fires were scattered throughout the state that year, charring
lands as far north as Box Elder County and south to Zion National Park in
Washington County. Maybe Utah should use those Hatch and Bennett earmarks to
make signs to tell the public about fires to. opps, I forgot, banners won't be
flying again above Main Street in Logan Utah any time soon. Non-profit
organizations of the Fundamentalist LDS Church, a sect that practices polygamy
perhaps also, hoped the city would put up new poles for signs?.