Open Letter to DNR Chief about RMAPs
TO: Doug Sutherland,
I must say I am disappointed by the decision to further
obligate landowners in the state of Washington by mandating specific road
plans to which they must comply.
Also, more broadly, it is sad to see you as part of an
ever-tightening trend upon private property use. I thought we got rid of the over-regulating Belcher
mentality. I had hoped after hearing you speak at a local get together in Port
Angeles we could trust you, with time, to repair damage done by her.
I would expect someone of Republican nature to reverse
Belcher’s public land use protocols and come up with and implement ideas to
encourage public land and resources use, but especially, restrain from going
beyond public land oversight to infringe upon private property management!
To the contrary why not begin a “Homestead Act of
2003” which would involve logging and clearing DNR property then offering
small parcels of the land at reduced costs to families? Get them out of the
city, not heard them in. What I’m saying by such a suggestion is that you
are obviously moving policy in the wrong direction.
R.E. Plaske, Port Angeles, WA. 98363
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