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It would be irresponsible to destroy the irreplaceable view that drives our tourism.
Gravel pits have come and gone on that side of town, none has destroyed the view, some are now attractive spots of blue winking glints of sunlight toward the viewer.
It would be irresponsible to continue to deny the opening of a pit on that side of town, causing so much more heavy truck traffic to have to pass through the charming downtown venue that drives our tourism.
Is it irresponsible to build a house/building/road that requires gravel that is found in our valley's floor?
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