...because it will not be available for 10 years." I remember hearing that 10 years ago and before that, 20 years ago. Remember, if it can't be grown and it can't be caught, it has to be mined. Robert Cunningham Bellingham, Wash.
...been discussed since I was a young lad back in the 1950s. If I were to make a guess, I would say that most Alaskans would really get a kick out of the confrontation. Come on, "Last Frontier!" Robert Cunningham Bellingham, Wash.
...issue, which should have been put to rest long ago! I guess self-interest really does take center stage over the best interests of the state as a whole. Where are the representatives who care? Robert Cunningham Bellingham, Wash.
...interests. Radicals in any conversation have a habit of being a "bit much." I've said it before, but here it is again - if it can't be caught, and it can't be grown, it must be mined. Robert Cunningham Bellingham, Wash.
...worked out all the bugs, wetlands, etc. I am also sure that the employees of the mine will sigh a big relief when they learn that the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council has saved their jobs. Robert Cunningham Bellingham, Wash.
...food and your car, etc. - you would realize what a great burden it is. One thing is certain, the road will be built sooner or later. As I have stated in the past, "Just build the damn thing." Robert Cunningham Bellingham, Wash.
...many people would want to place themselves in the position of taking criticism and printed ridicule for no personal gain. Lavering wants to know where the statesmen are. One is right under his nose. Robert Cunningham Bellingham, Wash.
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