Would it be unreasonable to request a trooper or police escort sometime this week? Recent letters to the Clarion and e-mails to the Alaska Board of Fisheries seem to indicate that Soldotna is now the most dangerous city in the world.
I'll be needing an escort to Safeway and the bank and the lumberyard and Fred Meyer for some groceries and school supplies.
How is it that Kenai is an All-American City and just a few miles away is the most dangerous city in the world?
What will happen to the guides and the clients or all the tourists when they hear that soldotna is so dangerous that the Board of Fish cannot meet there?
While the board is hunkered down in Anchorage in the No-Tell Motel, listening to the collective paranoid inflammatory ramblings of Bob Penney, Rickey Gease and Phil Cutler, to name a few, peninsula residents will continue to ask what happened to a once dynamid public process.
The real danger here is being dishonest and deceptive with the public.
John McCombs, Ninilchik
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