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Editorial: The neighborly thing to do

While nothing short of complete cancellation may please the opponents to the What the Festival, credit needs to be given to the event’s organizers for taking a step back from their original plan to play music until 2 a...

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dallesnews2 4 years, 9 months ago

As a resident of upper Dufur Valley Road, and very close to the WTF site, I have a very different view. Such gatherings are totally incompatible with the clearly defined agriculture / timber zoning. The WTF is a business enterprise that does not belong. The 'compromise' arrived at by the Commissioners is little more than a smaller 'Kick-Me' sign on the back of Wasco County residents. It is clear as a previous editorial suggested, we need a definitive 'noise ordinance'. Other rural counties in Oregon have them, that should be priority one, before any more intrusion by those seeking to disrupt our County.


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