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By Pete Ellis


January 26, 2008

The continued pleas of Cegelske to stop trashing our highway areas go unanswered and unresolved. Needed is a strict and diligent enforcement effort with hidden camera monitors, well planned and co-ordinated patrols and much higher maximum fine levels to severely punish those who transgress.

Takes money to enforce and diligence to pursue with a need for sufficient investigation and effort to provide an evidentiary background sufficient to convict those who perpetrate these wanton discard problems.

Pete Ellis
Ketchikan, AK

About: "Local resident for a number of years with a desire to enhance our environment and insist upon others having appropriate concerns as to how they treat the same."

Received January 26, 2008 - Published January 26, 2008


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