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To Burn or... ...Not To Burn

USFS sets controlled fires to aid its work

May 8, 2013

There was a very high chance of fire at two locations on the Allegheny National Forest this weekend. In fact, the chance was 100 percent. U.....

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May-09-13 12:42 AM

I am also quite interested in finding out just how much $$$ this burn cost the taxpayers on a per acre basis. As the FS prepares a response, please include all planning costs involved such as NEPA and preparation of the burn plan. While you are at it don't forget the costs for bringing in the specialists from outside the area that include mileage, lodging, meals, and incidental expenses. What may appear like a good thing may actually end up being way out of line and a poor deal for the taxpayer. The ball is in your court Madam Forest Supervisor. Thanks

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May-08-13 12:35 PM

All I want to know is did they flush out Bigfoot?

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May-08-13 11:57 AM

So the question is how much taxpayer money was spent to burn 260 acres. They conveniently left that info out of the press release. Meanwhile the USFS cries they have no money to mark timber sales which actually can make money for timber owners - all of us. I'm not against prescribed burning but lets look at the cost/benefit ratio.

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