Author Topic: Borden Maier is at it again!  (Read 35 times)

Michael Caswell

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Re: Borden Maier is at it again!
« on: December 08, 2019, 03:32:46 pm »

You say "Of course, we still disagree that trees are a significant risk and don't believe the default should be removal."
Despite all the evidence submitted by Rizzo Engineering and other inspectors, you believe there is no risk, and are prepared to gamble with people's safety?
What grounds and qualifications does your group have to make that determination?
So, what is your solution? How are you going to inspect these dangerous dams?
How will you stop widow maker limbs from falling on trail walkers?
How will you stop 150 tall Cottonwoods from ripping holes in the embankments when they topple in a storm?
How will you get machinery into the area to effect repairs if a leak develops?
What exactly is your plan to save people from drowning?
Come on please!  Enlighten us all!

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