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Commissioner Tim French says to Jenny DeSarro there's a four foot high fence around the house that is totally buried by wind blown dirt. He says to the two men who complained about his comment that McCullough Peaks was a pile of mud, I�m sorry but it's a pile of bentonite. He says I like the Peaks too. I used to go out to the Peaks all the time. He says we held a meeting in Cody and Powell on the Peaks WSA. He says 78% of the public in both communities said we do not want that as a WSA. Just because I said it was a pile of mud, which is true, doesn't mean I don't like the Peaks. He says Farmers and Rancers are the ULTIMATE CONSERVATIONISTS. He says they don't have anything if they let their land blow away. If they abuse the land, or overgraze it, they don't have anything. He says that's their resource, that's their life, so the woman who spoke earlier was totally wrong. Tim says as far as removing things in the MOU, I don't see how that takes away public access. If we send the letter, the easements aren't going to go away. I respect that. People like to go out there and fish, but I don't think it's going to destroy the public's use, but maybe I'm wrong.

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