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Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Bird!
« on: October 24, 2007, 01:51:03 AM »
Was an ok day until I was throwing tree off the bluff and one swung around and imbeded it self in my face. Looks like I may have to grow a mustache since I will not be able to shave that area for a while. Scars are hot, right ladies?

Happy Birthday, Rick.  Hope you have a great day. 

Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Bird!
« on: October 24, 2007, 01:45:33 AM »
how many 39 b days u had now?

Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Bird!
« on: October 23, 2007, 09:59:25 PM »
Thank you all... This 39 things hard.

The dial up people are different each time they dial in.

What did I miss? If my IP has two puters and you know at ft Wood their are 40 with the same IP, then your IP count is actually lower then individual users/members. It is much more accurate then hits.

Local News / Re: Greek Meadow, a PCW Member
« on: October 22, 2007, 07:04:11 PM »
Someone donated 200.00 dollars today.

Restaurant Opinion / Re: Chopstix
« on: October 21, 2007, 09:22:58 PM »
Built this for Chopstix today.

Restaurant Opinion / Re: Mark Twain Restaurant & Tavern
« on: October 21, 2007, 06:36:05 PM »
She found that in the new Yellow pages.
The only Mark Twain I know of has been closed for a few years - and that's a shame too because the food was awesome.  It was on South 17.  The address you gave is P highway.....that's over by Joes and the VFW......something new?

They will be the same IP with a DSL modem. Any computer routed through the DSL modem will be the same.

The variations to numbers facts are that dial up people get a new IP each time they dial up, but in the case of large building, on lets say fort wood, we have apprx. 40 members in the same building signed up here with all the same IP. So I figure the numbers kinda balance themselves out.

Question, allot of folks have routers, use two or more computers. I use one my lady uses one. We both use this site. Do you get different IP's or are they the same?

Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Sneak Peek Sheriff's View
« on: October 21, 2007, 06:04:41 PM »
The Sheriff’s View #43, Week of Oct. 22 to 26, 2007

Welcome aboard for one more journey through Pulaski County with the Deputies of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department. We had a busy week and I have a number of items to write about. We also had a number of things happen this past week that would be newsworthy if I could share the information with you at this time. But the cases are still under way and I believe silence will be the best idea. I think I can mention that Capt. Crisfoffer must have enjoyed having his name in the paper over the recovery of the stolen trailer last week. And I say that because the sneaky Captain went out and bagged another stolen vehicle this week. But this recovery is part of another case that needs more time to settle so I will have to stop at this point.

I would like to report that our calls for service/case number count for this week stands at 7,365. This means that was gained 244 cases this past week. And it also means that it is now official, we have already set a new record high for the department. But we still have over two full months to go in the year. Where oh where will the numbers stop for 2007? The combination of new records for calls received and no additional manpower added for the past several years add up to disaster. We have always tried to do our best with the budget money and manpower we are given, and when you look at the total picture I think we do an outstanding job of making do………… but there is a point where you have to look at the picture and just shake your head in disbelief.

We had a call for service this past week where a 911 emergency call was suddenly disconnected. It is our practice to investigate these types of calls. Any reasonable minded person can probably picture several dozen reasons why such a call might be suddenly terminated. In this case our investigation revealed that mom had let a small child “play” with the “old” family cell phone. You know the phone that the family had terminated the usage plan on some years ago. Well folks it is like this, it does not matter how long the phone has been out of service, if the phone will power up and the child dials 911 that call will go to the nearest 911 center as an emergency. The 911-call feature on a cell phone never terminates, the call will always go through. So PLEASE do not let your children play with a live cell phone.

This past week we had a major training event going on in our County and I would like to pass on a report about this training. The Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop F, SERT (Special Emergency Response Team) team was in town all week. The SERT team is the Patrol’s version of a SWAT team, they just have different name. They were training on Ft. Wood and at our firearms range in Buckhorn. I spent the major part of three days with them and several more of our Deputies joined them for segments of the training. This was a very important training mission for the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department. There are a number of reasons for that statement and I will try to explain.

Many readers of this column will recall that in 2005 we had a double shooting incident near Buckhorn that we thought was also a hostage incident. We requested a SWAT team from the Missouri State Highway Patrol for this incident and they sent us the Troop D team from Springfield, Missouri. This turned out to be very good because the team was commanded by an old fried of mine and I also knew about half the officers on the basic team and all of the officers in the special positions such as snipers, negotiators, and so forth. Our mission that night in 2005 was made considerably easier because of the prior personal working relationship between the Troop D officers and myself.

Then in 2006 our very own Sgt. Rex Larson was gunned down and we had another barricaded suspect in a residence. Since we knew for a fact there were lots of firearms in the house we again asked the Highway Patrol for a SWAT team. And this time we got the Troop F team from Jefferson City. We were able to work with them but we lacked the personal working relationship because they did not know me and I did not know them. We were able to resolve the situation that night just fine but I knew that we needed to add the extra touch someday.

One of our Pulaski County Troopers is a member of the Troop F team and he kept me informed of the their upcoming plans to train here. And so it seemed to be the perfect opportunity to make the personal connections that we lacked. So I committed a heavy block of time to attend the training.

Much of the training was of such a nature that I should not write about the tactics or tools they used because they need to stay secret. It would be sufficient to say that their 22- man team can handle anything. Or if they cannot handle it we would probably need an air strike from the friendly Air Force A-10’s that are always over our heads. I can tell you that if you are the bad guy at the wrong place and time or a 14-point buck in the woods and one of their snipers is looking at you through a scope, you are in big trouble.

So what part of the training can I write about? Well the dull and simple parts. Such as the part where the SERT team leader and the Sheriff spent several hours working out many of the command and control issues that will pop up in a SWAT mission. Who does what, who is responsible for what, how will the mission briefs be handled, and so forth. Not exactly the stuff for exciting reading but the type of information that will make or break a mission. The type of shared information that will greatly assist us in the future by cutting the time factor for a decision because everyone at the scene of the incident is already on the same page of the playbook. And yes on day one it was Sheriff King talking to Sgt. Turner but by day three it was Mike and JB at work. So I regard this training session as a success.

I was also able to meet and visit with the members of the unit including the “kid” who took over my former badge number about six years ago. I had a lot of fun “roasting” Trooper 733 throughout the training. My picking on him seemed to help the other Troopers make up their mind that picking on him was a good thing, so 733 had a great time during the training. If you happen to read this column Trooper Reynolds you did right well, keep up the good work.

Once again I seem to be over the word count for this week so once again I will ask all of you to drive careful and to stay legal. Our jail budget is shot and we do not need your business nor do we want your business. But we are still in business and the light is on!

I do know the restaurant guide is pulling 1600 a month approx.. I had recently linked it to and that page pulls about 8000 a month.

Makes you wonder doesn't it? That is one hell of a lot of exposure. Yes, I like it. Hobby gone wild might be a better way to put it.

If anyone doubts me I'd be glad to produce reports right on the spot through yahoo for you, as Yahoo servers are where I store this site.. Stop by my office..

Wow, that is a nice size community.  Translated into advertizing potential this is nothing to sneeze at.  Quite a baby you are nurturing Rick.  You must be well pleased.

Local News / Website Traffic for Pulaskicountyweb is setting new records.
« on: October 20, 2007, 07:35:36 PM »
I don't check traffic reports very often and the last time I had looked Unique IP's were around 10,000 per month, before that they used to hover around 12,000 per month, I was surprised at the decline. Now they are almost 15,000 per month as this pasted report will show. That means unique IP's. Laymans terms, 15,000 different computers. This does not include the message board that averages about 6000 page views per day, as you can see by looking upwards this board is stored on a more modern server of mine. Mysql, PHP etc. were not around when Pulaski County web started, it's server does not offer that product, thats why I stored this board elsewhere.

Period Totals for Last 30 days

Individual Clients    All Clients       Hits       Page Hits     Kilo Transmitted

               14902       25627     352458      53196      3863774.75

Restaurant Opinion / Re: New additions to our restaurant guide.
« on: October 20, 2007, 06:47:43 PM »
I have added links to each local restaurant that allow people to check out the local opinion on each. It is linked directly into this message board thus making your restaurant opinions more widely viewed. Please do not start a second thread on any restaurant that already has a thread.

I agree once the Judge decides it is very hard to get reversed. The burden of proof is now your responsibility.

Restaurant Opinion / Re: Soulful Filling
« on: October 20, 2007, 03:15:50 AM »
Ate there today. Cost 20 and some change for me and my 11 year old to eat the buffet with a drink each. I walked in about 20 minutes late and the lunch buffet had ended. I said I see it has ended, and they said foods still there and I could still eat buffet. One would assume that they were slow and food probably must have sat there a while, yet it was mostly fresh and all items that I tasted were good. Selection is not huge but the quality of each item was well managed, especially considering the late arrival time. They had Barbecue Chicken, (Used Kc Masterpiece but added sweetness to it, and perhaps some other spices) There were whole chicken pieces in a white sauce (Tasted good), Broiled fish (Was good), Catfish (Was Good), Collard Greens, Lima Beans, and my favorite Mashed Potatoes, and gravy (Cheap date aren't I?).. All were good. I am sure they are even better had I got there at a normal hour. Will go back. They are only doing buffet on weekdays from 11am to 2pm. Saturdays I believe they have a buffet with ribs on it from 11am to 5 or 6 pm. The rest of the hours they are open is from the dinner menu. Tho owner seemed interested in this site, said he will check it out, and will be droping by a menu I can put on our menu guide.
I will not rate them until I come at a decent hour.. I liked it, but I also like buckets of potatoes, it didn't hit me as unique tastes, but good food, and good conversation with the gentleman in charge. They were also very willing to please, they knew about this site, that may have increased my level of service. But service was good fast and friendly.. I'd reccommend you eat there.

Local News / Re: Are they reffering to us again?
« on: October 19, 2007, 02:36:39 AM »
And it will draw further attention to us, thus getting more of the truth out.
They are just probably going to snipe sideways at you anyway they can after last weeks website debacle.

Local News / Re: Are they referring to us again?
« on: October 19, 2007, 01:33:14 AM »
I know I have said the H Highway are has no room for much retail expansion, and the cities of Waynesville and St. Robert have little or no room for industry. Is this what they are wrongly attributing to this site?

Local News / Are they reffering to us again?
« on: October 19, 2007, 01:31:57 AM »
Daily Guide today.
 Economic developers begin touring area communities
Published: Thursday, October 18, 2007 5:44 PM CDT
Darrell Todd Maurina

RICHLAND — An Illinois company began touring Pulaski County’s five cities this week as part of its plans to prepare an economic development plan for Pulaski County.

The Prager Company, based in Evanston, Ill., will use a grant by the Department of Defense’s Office of Economic Adjustment to develop a marketing strategy that will attract non-military employers to the area. Fort Leonard Wood is by far the largest employer in Pulaski County with 3,970 Department of Defense jobs and about 3,400 other federal civil service jobs.
Prager was the company that did a 2005 economic development study for the Fort Leonard Wood Regional Commerce and Growth Association. While Richland officials weren’t happy initially with selecting Prager, those concerns weren’t evident at Tuesday night’s Richland City Council meeting.

The 2005 plan didn’t take into account the Richland city limits, which cross from Pulaski County into Camden and Laclede counties. The new plan prepared by the Pulaski County Economic Development Committee will include the entire territory of the city of Richland.

Richland City Administrator Anita Ivey said she spent more than 90 minutes Tuesday giving a tour of the city to Prager representatives.
“Part of their scope of work is to help us identify industries that we might have no knowledge of,” Ivey told her city council members.

“(Local developer) Randy Becht uses these studies a lot and other people do, too,” Prager said. “We think if we put a lot into it, we’ll get a lot out of it.”

Prager representatives met Wednesday morning with the Pulaski County Commission and plan to meet during daytime hours with elected officials from the county’s five cities. However, Richland Alderman Mac Myers said the company should try to schedule evening meetings.
“Did you tell them that our elected officials work for a living?” Myers asked.

Ivey said she did convey that information to the Prager representatives.

A key part of the plan will include producing an inventory of available business sites in Pulaski County and preparing a comprehensive and accurate web site detailing county economic and population statistics. Considerable misinformation about Pulaski County exists on the Internet, according to county officials and Prager representatives, including one web site that erroneously states that Pulaski County has little available land for development.
County officials have said implementing a marketing plan will likely require hiring a person to promote the county and its five cities, comparable to people who have been hired to work in Laclede and Phelps counties.

While much of the available flat land in Pulaski County near Fort Leonard Wood has already been developed, county officials have said the northern part of Pulaski County may be able to benefit from having more flat land available and having better access to railroads. One military contractor, NITAR Corporation, has already set up shop in Richland’s city-owned industrial park.

Restaurant Opinion / Re: Soulful Filling
« on: October 18, 2007, 09:12:07 PM »
Digital, you must have a soul to understand.

What the hell is "soul food?"

Business Opinion / Re: Aldi's
« on: October 18, 2007, 08:42:10 PM »
The Dixon Meat Market is awesome. They make huge sandwiches for 2 dollars.
I never buy meat at walmart.  I get better prices and better quality at Country Mart. Rolla and St. James, Salem all pretty similar, so I imagine the one in Dixon is the same good quality.

Haven't tried Aldi's meat, like their produce tho.

Business Opinion / Re: Shoe Repair
« on: October 17, 2007, 12:28:59 PM »
Is leather exotic LOL
So, Rick when did you start carrying exoctic skin cowboy boots, since thats what I need repaired??

Business Opinion / Re: Shoe Repair
« on: October 17, 2007, 01:21:38 AM »
Should have bought the 200 dollar pair.
But my issue is a zipper on a $90 pair of 1 yr old tactical boots! lol

Business Opinion / Re: Shoe Repair
« on: October 16, 2007, 08:48:40 PM »
It has been decided amongst those that can do that, that if your shoe needs repaired it is now mandatory that you come see me for a new pair. I know that may be hard to understand for many, but those are the rules.
Does anyone know of a shoe repair shop in the area?  Since the one outside the FLW gate and the one in Rolla closed, I haven't heard of one.

Local News / Flu shots today at The St. Robert Community Center
« on: October 16, 2007, 04:14:24 PM »
From 10am to 2pm they are giving flu shots at the Community Center. They are offering a drive through service. Go let Mylisa Lepard give you your flu shot if you dare. LOL

Local News / Re: Bill Ransdalls comments about this site.
« on: October 16, 2007, 01:23:57 AM »
Here is a former idiot from our old boards comments on the Daily Guide site.. Funny stuff... This idiot qualifies for the above mentioned disorder.

justme wrote on Oct 15, 2007 8:53 AM:

" Well, the owner of one of the pulaski county sites actually changed the words of posts....that's crap. Went into our account and changed what we had posted, all because he didn't agree with who we were supporting for a local political office. He made the post reflect poorly on our candidate.It was a political thread, and instead of voicing an opinion, he deleted our comment, made up his own under our name, then banned us from the site altogether. He also posted my husbands name on the site without permission, and said, "hey if any of you know this guy, blah blah blah" Again, crap. I wouldn't recommend anyone going to the site. Pulaski County needs their own real site, and don't let anyone who owns a shoe store run it. "

Local News / Re: Bill Ransdalls comments about this site.
« on: October 16, 2007, 01:21:48 AM »
Something funny I read on the Daily Guides web page about this topic. It was a response to this same article. There are more funny replies you all should go read. Here it is.

Dr. David's Diagnosis wrote on Oct 13, 2007 10:43 PM:

" My clinical studies of patients with narcissistic personality disorder coupled with overt patterns of paranoia reveal both unconscious and conscious envy whenever perceived power and control over others is threatened. Paranoia defined is the unfounded or exaggerated distrust of others, sometimes reaching delusional proportions. The paranoid patient constantly suspects the motives of those around them, and believe that certain individuals, or people in general (Pulaski County Web), are "out to get them." As the patient deteriorates from the better functioning narcissistic pathology to severe narcissistic personality disorder (Commissioner Disorder), the intensity mounts to a generalized lack of impulse control and anxiety tolerance. At times, the intensity of the arrogance is such that it degenerates into a primitive effort to deny responsibility by means of the destruction of all awareness of the affect (The County Audit). These developments characterize a disorder constituted with core persecutory beliefs and are associated with properties of fearfulness, hostility, rigidity of conviction, and an exaggerated sense of self-reference. As stated in my earlier diagnosis, these disorders will not improve without treatment, (loss of an election), or court ordered suspension on the grounds of diminished responsibility and the provisions of the Mental Health Act should apply. "

Local News / Re: Bill Ransdalls comments about this site.
« on: October 15, 2007, 01:57:22 AM »
And like I said I built for free and store for free some of those county pages, and have done it for years. I might add that I can prove that this site generates over $20,000.00 a month directly into the local community, and there is no telling how many dollars it generates for the businesses listed.
Now I can see how the County Commissioners may set a bad example for this county, but I do not see how this site does. This site has drug tons of traffic to local businesses for longer than most Commissioners had e-mail addresses.
I believe the county should have a website and that does not concerm me one bit, I will still way out perform them as I have forgotton more about the inernet than they will ever know. They should't piss me off because I could have driven tons of traffic to their site, but now it will stand alone virtually unvisited. I will see to that.
I will make a prediction that during one of their meetings after they build a county site they will make fools of themselves by telling us their hit count. I have told many of you many times hits mean nothing. Unique IP's are all that matter.

I did not copy the whole front page, but a lot of it is right on the front page to this site -- So many of us, myself included, aim straight for the message boards and don't stop to check out all the information that is on that page.   Again, this is only the listing from a small section.

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Local News / Illegal Dumps in Pulaski County
« on: October 14, 2007, 10:53:58 PM »
3.6 Pulaski County: [/b][/size]There were 15 illegal dumpsites found in Pulaski County. Eleven were located on the county roads and four were on the forest roads of MTNF. Four dumps were in valleys along road banks, eight were piles by the side of the roads and three were trash dumps scattered along the sides of the roads. Nine of the dumps were small dumpsites, four were medium and two were large dumps. Four of the sites clearly had an environmental impact on the water as their locations were within sight of water sources. A "No Dumping" sign existed at one site and staff hung "No Dumping" signs at four of the dump locations. Two locations were old dumpsites. Household waste, appliances, furniture, construction waste, waste tires, dead animals and other miscellaneous items like a fertilizer spreader and the hood of a truck were found at these illegal dumpsites.
3.6.1 Lexington Road (GPS UTM 0572724, 4190489 elevation 763 feet): This site was visited on 4-8-03. This dumpsite is located across from St Robert Bio Solids Land Management Area. It is a medium-sized dumpsite with 70 percent being household waste and the rest appliances, furniture and waste tires.
3.6.2 Lexington Road (GPS UTM 0572906, 4190431 elevation 778 feet): This site was visited on 4-8-03. This dumpsite is also located on Lexington Road, the same road as site 3.6.1. It is a medium dumpsite with 70 percent being household waste, 20 percent furniture (couch, sofa) and 10 percent white goods. Much of the household trash was dumped in trash bags.
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3.6.3 Laramie Road (GPS UTM 0574134, 4190590 elevation 862 feet): This site was visited on 4-8-03. Laramie Road is located off of Highway Y. There was trash scattered along both sides of the road for three tenths of a mile, with two spots seeing major activity. This was a medium-sized dump. About 30 percent of the trash was waste tires, another 30 percent was furniture and another 30 percent was construction waste. The other ten percent was appliances. A water heater, electric fan, and mattresses were among the trash and the household waste was dumped in trash bags.
3.6.4 Belle Road (GPS UTM 0560386, 4205212 elevation 796 feet): This site was visited on 4-15-03. Belle Road is connected to Highway U. This site was next to two waterways. The county road crew informed staff that during flooding, this site would be seven to eight feet under water and the trash would be washed away. At the time of the survey, there was an indication that trash had been partly washed away and much of what was left was covered by leaves. The size was approximately 40 feet by 10 feet. Based on the amount of trash at the time of survey, staff classified it as a small dump with half of it being general household waste. The rest was a couch, TV, and farm waste. Staff posted two "No Dumping" signs at this site.
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3.6.5 Brooklyn Road (GPS UTM 0559170, 4200096 elevation 869 feet): This site was visited on 4-15-03. Brooklyn Road is connected to Highway BB. This site is next to two waterways and located beneath a bridge. Trash was scattered on the bank of the stream. The size of the dump at the time of survey was small, with general household waste, tires, fertilizer spreader, a toilet seat, smashed toilet and bathtub. There was no appropriate spot to post a no dumping sign at this site.
3.6.6 Brooklyn Road (GPS UTM 0562407, 4199555 elevation 972 feet): This site was visited on 4-15-03. This was a second dumpsite on Brooklyn Road which is a county road connecting to Highway BB. This site is a small one along a streambed. General household waste was thrown into the stream. There was also a bed, mattress, couch and the hood of a truck. There was no appropriate spot to post a no dumping sign at this site.
3.6.7 Ripple Road/Picture Window Road (GPS UTM 0565165, 4197061 elevation 1156 feet): This site was visited on 4-15-03. Ripple Road is a county road leading to Highway 17. This site is a small one on a hillside next to the road. About half of the trash was general household waste and another half was waste tires. There was also one refrigerator in this dumpsite. Staff posted one "No Dumping" sign at this site.
3.6.8 Riverside Road (GPS UTM 0563858, 4196064 elevation 790 feet): This site was visited on 4-15-03. Riverside Road is off Highway 17. The dumpsite is next to a stream that drains into the Gasconade River. There was trash scattered along the road as well as along the Gasconade River. Schlight Spring, an old mill and a private golf course are in the same vicinity. This dump was classified as a small site and had household waste, a bed frame, counter top, cabinets, mirror, metal table and tire. Staff posted one "No Dumping" sign.
3.6.9 Rawlins Road (GPS UTM 0558458, 4195349 elevation 980 feet): This site was visited on 4-15-03. The dumpsite is in a dry creek bed, which may only carry water during rainy periods, or it may be a losing stream. It is a medium-sized dump. Staff was told by the county road crew that people have been dumping at this site for about 40 years. Trash found at this dump was 25 percent household waste, 25 percent appliance, 25 percent furniture and the rest was construction waste (reinforcement wire mesh), tires and miscellaneous items (hub cap, cooler and gas tank). Staff posted one "No Dumping" sign.
3.6.10 Rose Finch Road (GPS UTM 0552863, 4194058 elevation 943 feet): This site was visited on 4-15-03. The dumpsite is at a school bus turnaround. It is a small dumpsite. The county road crew informed MRPC staff that a house on this land had burned several years ago, leaving the area vacant and more available to dumpers. Trash found at this dump was 70 percent appliances (refrigerators and washers), 20 percent construction waste and 10 percent household waste. There was also a water heater. Staff posted two "No Dumping" signs.
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3.6.11 Skagway Road (GPS UTM 0566524, 4172265 elevation 1094 feet): This site was visited on 4-15-03. Skagway is a county road connected to Highway E. Land on both sides of Highway E belongs to the MTNF. The dumpsite is at a spot where a black top road and gravel road meet, making it a convenient place for drivers to turn around. This was a small dumpsite. The county road crew told MRPC staff that MTNF maintains this road. Trash found at this dump was mainly household waste. The county road crew said they had removed several appliances from this site. The county road crew had already posted a "No Dumping" sign at this site.
3.6.12 Forest Service Road 1620 (GPS UTM 0562453, 4179362 elevation 1220 feet): This site was visited on 5-22-03. It is located in the MTNF, Forest Road 1620 (sign was missing) off Highway 17. This was a large dumpsite. About 40 percent of the trash was household waste and 30 percent was furniture (chairs and carpets). The rest was appliances, construction waste and tires.
Picture 3.6.12: Dumpsite on FS Road 1620 in Pulaski County.
3.6.13 Forest Service Road 344 (GPS UTM 0560469, 4176719 elevation 1208 feet): This site was visited on 5-22-03. It is located in the MTNF, Forest Road 344 (sign was missing) off Highway 17. This location had three small dumps along the side of the road, approximately half a mile between each dump. About half of the dump’s contents were household waste and another half was construction waste (shingles and bricks). There was already a "No Dumping" sign on a tree in the area.
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3.6.14 Forest Service Road (GPS UTM 0578264, 4166164 elevation 1116 feet): This site was visited on 8-11-03. It is located on a small road in the MTNF. This small forest road had no number or road sign posted. This location had several piles of trash in one large area and was a large dumpsite, though there were no signs of recent activity. About 70 percent of the dump content was household waste. The rest was construction waste (pieces of metal) and furniture.
3.6.15 Forest Service Road 1716A (GPS UTM 0579752, 4183723 elevation 1079 feet): This site was visited on 8-11-03. It is located in the MTNF with an existing "No Dumping" sign posted by the entrance to the road. This was a small dumpsite that appeared to have been bulldozed away with some residual waste leftover. About 80 of the dump contents was household waste. The rest was construction waste.

Local News / Re: Bill Ransdalls comments about this site.
« on: October 14, 2007, 10:43:17 PM »
You and I saved the county $5000.00
Thanks for putting that list together for me.

Nice addition to your site....LOL.


Local News / Re: Bill Ransdalls comments about this site.
« on: October 14, 2007, 06:58:39 PM »

Coding errors? I thought you said you were so bad at computers!?!?! I don't even know what a coding error looks like and I had the highest score on that Geek test. You were hiding sump'in, weren't ya?