The real question is: Has the governor learned anything about his role and duty
to preserve the safety and property of people living in this state? It is the
duty of government from Governor to councilmen to enforce zoning laws and fire
safety for all development even near wilderness locations. In place
are fire laws that government install and maintain fire-breaks between
properties near wilderness with bare land between development and wilderness, so
where are the fire-brakes? What efforts did government put in place during
development to insure public safety? None?The failure of the
Governor obeying his duties does not justify him denying his accountability in
failing to serve in the capacity he was elected to do.Public safety
is too often disobeyed by developers and government in eager anticipation of tax
revenues so they overlook and deny too many laws protecting consumers and
citizens from all the natural disaster areas many homes have been built in.
Consumers depend on rule of law but government has the option to omit rule of
law to commit criminal development. Had the rule of law been applied the fire
breaks and mud slide prevention would have been in place.