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Posted by: Doug K
« on: July 30, 2020, 11:57:40 am »



Here's the ORIGINAL POST from the Facebook Groups page... just to be clear about what was being discussed.

The comments are mine, but should be common sense to all... including the person who posted this


Posted by: Doug K
« on: July 30, 2020, 10:29:53 am »

I couldn't resist... because we all like to learn new words. Just make sure you check the actual spelling




But Merrium Webster is to the rescue once again.





I guess there's been a "dearth" of word checking within the STCC ranks.

And that folks, goes right along with their dearth of actual facts, scientific support and most times, simple common sense with this Facebook Group and it's Leadership. They have zero evidence to support their claims that trees are safe, embankments are safe, and that they are working for the safety of the public regarding these 100 year old raised earthen embankment dams

But that hasn't mattered before and I'm sure it won't matter after they read this posting either

It's easy to see what the problem is... a dearth of intelligence from a group that wants to believe they are right when all indicators are contrary.





Posted by: Michael Caswell
« on: July 30, 2020, 08:37:15 am »

It never ceases to amaze me how much more drivel will come out of the STCC. Here's the latest.





Work with Scientists?  

Lizzy Remember Donald H Gray, your 'expert scientist witness'?  He said - "no trees on a dam", but you ignored him.

I guess you are referring to yourself as being an environmentalist?


But you don't even realize what illegal, invasive and controlled species are, and that they all work against the environment. Those invasive vines are mainly guilty of felling many trees and preventing wild flowers etc. from growing. Garlic Mustard growing along the Canal is a poison to the land and prevents healthy growth as well.

But, IF you are keen on helping the Erie Canal out, then please get in touch with the ECNA and we'll get you on the volunteer list and you can help down The Oxbow Trail. We do need some weeds pulled and flowers planted.