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Old 03-14-2014, 04:31 PM
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Take this teeny tiny issue in a teeny tiny town and look at how arduous a task it has become to try and arrive at a consensus, let alone have any actual actions taken. There is town government involved, lawyers, private consultants, ecologists, biologists, and every other job title with a gist in it, average citizens, UNH, state government agencies and related affiliates, non-profit groups, possible Federal and or Federally related agencies, and on and on and on. Countless hours and who knows how much money studying one thing or another about this dam. I am amazed day in and day out how any town in America (and our State and Federal Government too) actually functions to get anything done. There are so many people involved with every issue, it boggles the mind how we survive. Government has grown exponentially on a massive scale. Complete paralysis by analysis.
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