April 22, 2012 in Letters, Opinion

Crash should provoke caution

 

Regarding “County moves to make land enticing” (April 12):

In light of the recent crash in Virginia, and other incidents, it is possible that the government will now weigh land development around its air bases more heavily in any future decisions as to which ones to keep and which ones to close. It might be prudent, before allowing more development, to work with the other Washington first, and see if it might better our chances of keeping Fairchild Air Force Base if we discourage, not encourage, development in the area around it.

Chris Dallman

Airway Heights

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