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Fascism alive and well in USA

...2010, having loopholes for the banks "too big to fail," and Treasury Secretary Geithner plan will allow these banks protection. These mega-banks are in control of Washington, D.C. By definition Fascism is what we have in the USA. The...
Stream protection measure delayed

...Robert Ruffner, executive director of the Kenai Watershed Forum, said he supported the expansion of the stream bank protection for several reasons. Chief among them was for "consistency," he said, noting small streams are just as important...
Stream bank protection at issue in new ordinance

In early May, more than a dozen recreational miners filled the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly chambers to speak out against an introduced ordinance they feel would severely limit access to, and activity on riverbeds and banks. That measure - Ordinance 2011-12, introduced by assembly member Bill Smith - seeks to expand the borough's anadromous stream habitat protection district to almost all anadromous streams in the borough, save for the Seward-Bear Creek Flood Service area.
Debris removal progressing

...used as a river crossing location decades ago, Czarnezki said. Jetties are built for a number of reasons, such as bank protection, creating a safe area to land a boat or to create an area where fish hold. However, they have bad effects caused...
?It?s just hit or miss?

...timeline on when they were going to fix everything, so we had that information for people who did ask,? Glaves said. Bank protection and restoration workshops scheduled The Alaska Department of Fish and Game and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service...
Refuge Notebook: Reaching beyond refuge boundaries

...resulted in more than 13,700 feet of stream bank re-vegetation/rehabilitation, more than 38,600 feet of stream bank protection (elevated, light penetrating grate walks and cabled spruce tree revetments) and 3,300 feet of structures detrimental...


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