Comments about ‘Groups lash out at BLM decision to open lands for oil shale, tar sands leasing’

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Published: Friday, May 24 2013 2:40 p.m. MDT

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

Thanks to people such as Mike Noell that would do anything for more power and money influence in Kane county. He sells water for Nuclear Power Plants and pursued coal mining to deteriorate the roads and landscape for Californians to get electric power with Utah pollution. Now, Nevada is trying to get the Utah aquifer from the Snake Valley for more fountains in Las Vegas.

Great exchange. We get cents on the dollar for what Californians and Nevadans will make on our natural resources while one of the driest states in the Union goes drier and with the little moisture that comes to Kane county will bring pollution to the wet/dry creeks since the governments of Utah and the Federal can't find a way to enforce laws and they will sequester men and women that would do that work.

What a great day to become like people in other states, it comes down to money and not principles.

Tators
Hyrum, UT

If environmentalists all had their way, there would never be any energy production and we would still be living in the horse and buggy era.

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