Monthly Archives: December 2006

Environmentalism as Religion

This article is a good companion read to our water supply report on our website http://www.arpps.org , particularly pages 19 – 32. ORION MAGAZINEJanuary I February 2007 BY Matt Rasmussen Green Rage Radical Environmentalists are caught between their love of … Continue reading

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Dams Pollute?

Interesting perspective that needs to be factored in on any major dam project and one assumes the new research around the viability of the Auburn Dam is doing so. Patrick McCully: Hydropower reservoirs might add to global warmingBy Patrick McCully … Continue reading

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Railyard Work on Track

This will be truly magnificent if this could be done for the New Year. Railyard sale picks up speedAmid flurry of last-minute details, developer hopes to close the deal today.By Mary Lynne Vellinga – Bee Staff WriterPublished 12:00 am PST … Continue reading

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Natural Flood Barriers May Increase Danger of Flooding

This is not the only case of a perceived solution actually creating more of a problem and it reminds us once again, of the importance of allowing all of the ideas to be on the table, with solid representation, before … Continue reading

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Charities Probe Closed

This case reminds us of the importance of providing detailed information, on an organization’s website, as we do in our annual report, of the organization’s financial statement and, a link to the income tax return if raising more than $25,000 … Continue reading

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Parkway Attacker in Court

This case is one of many that increase the obvious call we make continually for a much greater park ranger presence along the Parkway, which offers ample places of concealment for this type of attack to occur. Suspect in parkway … Continue reading

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National Model Developed Here

Gauging the rivers takes smart folks and brawny bytesFlood forecasts rely on powerful computer models to crunch data for rain and snow.By Carrie Peyton Dahlberg – Bee Staff WriterPublished 12:00 am PST Wednesday, December 27, 2006 Twice a day all … Continue reading

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