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RE: [greenyes] Promoting good environmental practices > > >


At 04:22 PM 3/22/2004 -0700, Megan Kershner wrote:
As a taxpayer, I expect government to provide "feel good programs." How
else will I know what the government is doing anything with my money?
The feel good programs are the public programs - the only ones you hear
about.

As a "feel good program" employee - I like my job, I feel I add value
to my company and to the community. As for our storm drain program - it
gets people involved and helps them get hands on experience improving
the environment. If that's a waste of time and money - then I give my
thumbs up to waste my taxpayer contributed dollars to that "waste of
time."

Megan Kershner
City of Boise
Idaho

I agree with the objectors. Here, the City of Wilmington pours hundreds of millions of gallons of raw sewage into the rivers each year. Then it sponsors these storm drain marking programs, in collusion with negligent regulators and other big river-polluters, to point the finder at ordinary citizens. It's as self-serving and deceptive as can be....

Alan Muller

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