Is it time to move from ‘smoggy’ Grand County? |

Is it time to move from ‘smoggy’ Grand County?

To the Editor:

I just returned from a business trip to Southern California and I believe that air quality in Grand County on Monday, Feb. 25, was much worse.


Because of the continual open burning from developers like Cornerstone, by the proposed new tubing hill.

Because our county government is more interested in developers than the health of its citizens?

What’s the point of living “The Good Life” in good ol’ smoggy, anti-green Grand County?

Claude Diamond

Winter Park

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