Agenda 21 is not the “Bill of Rights”. It is not “The Declaration of Independence”. And it is not the “U.S. Constitution”. It has never been decided on by the American people that “Agenda 21” should be our new bible. Our guiding light into the 21st century. It is being pushed on us by a bunch of self righteous elitist like Nancy Pelosi. It empowers those who agree and indoctrinates those who do not, and you are going to think you are having a bad dream when it comes into your home.
© Bill Wink 2007
AGENDA 21=SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT=WORLD GOVERNMENT=LOSS OF SOVEREIGNTY=NO CONSTITUTION=LOSS OF FREEDOM=NO AMERICA
THE VALLEY FIRE IS AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT CAN HAPPEN WHEN
ENVIRONMENTALISM TRUMPS COMMON SENSE AND LOGIC.
ENVIRONMENTALISTS NEVER TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE HAVOC THEY CREATE
It happened before
It happened again
Even before the ash from the Angora fire has settled, some South Lake Tahoe residents have begun to lob accusations that decisions based on politics contributed to Sunday's devastating blaze.
The League to Save Lake Tahoe, the Wilderness Society and the Sierra Club's influence drew much of the ire of Sue Abrams, a resident of the Mountain View Estates subdivision heavily damaged during the blaze. These groups exert too much control over Tahoe Regional Planning Agency policy decisions, according to Abrams.
"No policies in the 30 years I've been here allow us to create defensible space," Abrams said during a phone interview on Monday. "Every ordinance that was put together over the past 30 years except for the past year or so has been hands-off. Every bit of this was preventable had politics moved aside." http://www.tahoedailytribune.com/article/20070626/NEWS/106260040
The Angora Fire
wind driven fire
South Lake Tahoe, California
Sunday, June 24, 2007
Steps to prevent catastrophic wildfires in the Lake Tahoe basin, one of the country’s most treasured natural wonders, have been hampered for years by bureaucratic infighting among agencies that often work at cross purposes, according to thousands of pages of documents reviewed by The Associated Press. The failure of the agencies to adequately protect the basin was brought to light last June when the Angora Fire ripped through a thickly forested ravine and destroyed 254 homes near South Lake Tahoe. Since then, blame has fallen on the overlapping agencies that have environmental and regulatory oversight of the Tahoe basin. A commission established after the fire is recommending ways to heal the rifts and will vote on its report Friday. The AP’s review showed just how glaring the problems have been over the years. Using state and federal freedom of information laws, the AP obtained more than 4,000 pages of documents from local, regional, state and federal agencies involved in planning, environmental protection and fire prevention around Tahoe, the picture-postcard lake that straddles the California-Nevada border. Most of the documents covered the three years before the Angora wildfire and reveal a tangle of agencies with competing agendas. Efforts to clear trees and brush were delayed often for years as agencies battled over methods and jurisdictional disputes. The documents also showed the level of concern by homeowners and local fire officials, as the forests ringing the lake had become overgrown in recent decades. As the Angora Fire was churning through houses and timber in June 2007, homeowners on the opposite shore sent a letter to a regional planning agency pleading for a fire road to be cut near their neighborhood. A catastrophic fire (is) waiting to happen, said the letter from homeowners in the lakeside enclave of Glenbrook. Time is absolutely of the essence. Shortly after, Tahoe-area agencies granted approval to build the four-mile-long fire road, a project that had been delayed for six years because of disagreements over whether it was necessary.
Don Thompson, Associated Press Writer
"Every ordinance that was put together over the past 30 years except for the past year or so has been hands-off. Every bit of this was preventable had politics moved aside."
Years ago property owners, ranchers and farmers use to keep the creek beds clear of vegetation. They would mine the gravel constantly maintaining and clearing the creek beds. Both of these activities allowed for more water volume to pass through that given area at a given time decreasing the possibility of flooding and further bank erosion due to widening of the bed caused by the water drainage needing a place to flow.
Then came the environmental movement and all of our stream beds became chocked with vegetation. Gravel bars have built up changing stream flow directions and making the stream beds shallower and eroding creek banks.
When the Valley fire blew through it moved from one area to another by blowing down the stream beds that were rich with fuel and provided a funnel effect. It blew down Dry Creek and entered town after being stopped at Mt. St. Helena Vineyards. It blew down St. Helena Creek, it blew down Putah Creek it entered HVL through Putah Creek after burning down the creek bed leaving everything north of Hartmann Rd untouched finally entering the subdivision in the back nine. You go look at the stream beds and you’ll see how the fire moved through areas by blowing down the stream beds moving from area to area leaving a trail of disaster.
That stream bed is private property in most cases and the property owner can’t touch it without permission from some acronym. The owner dare not disturb it, clean it, mine the gravel or anything without permission even though it is private property but will the environmentalist and the government accept that their out of touch rules are the cause of destruction – NO.
You will see from this Cal-fire map the Valley Fire followed the fuel down the Putah Creek stream bed and entered the subdivision at the end of the back nine. Had the stream bed been cleared the fire may have stopped at our subdivision border just like it did north of the bridge.
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