Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2007 4:34 PM
Subject: [GlobalWildlifeAlli ance] FW: Senea Army Depot 2400-acre canned
hunt facilities planned
Please help us stop this insane project:
These white deer would be sold as target animals in a canned hunt facility
for about $20,000 each to degenerates, such as Dick Cheney, from across the
nation, from Europe and Asia. There is no shortage of rich degenerates.
There are step to take listed below:
Minimally sign our petition and spread the word to others - the more
signatures we have by December 12th the more convincing our presentation
will be at the hearing.
To sign the petition go to:
.org/News. Alerts/Petitions /index.htm
***********urgent and time-critical* ********* *
Please circulate especially to Western NY State
A plan to establish a 2400-acre canned hunt facility has been proposed at
the site of the Seneca Army Depot. This area contains a herd of all white
deer. They are not albinos just white in color. Evidently, white color is a
recessive trait among white-tailed deer. Since the area was completely
fenced in, when used an army depot, the recessive trait emerged among the
local population of deer.
My comments (attached) on this proposal made it to the local paper
("Reveille Between the Lakes") as an op-ed piece.
A public hearing has been set on the proposal has been set for
Varick Town Hall
4782 State Route 96
Romulus, New York 14541
Thursday, December 13 10 A.M. - 10:30 A.M.
Written comments can be sent to:
Steve Dennis, Executive Director
Seneca County Industrial Development Agency
One Di Pronio Drive
Waterloo, New York 13165-1681
It's essential that people residing in the area of Syracuse/Rochester make
an effort to attend the hearing an speak out against the proposal.
For those who can't make the hearing please fax, or email your objection to
the above addresses;
For more information and a sample comment, please go to:
click on "News.Alerts"
I will be happy to meet with AR activists from the area who plan to attend
the day before and lay out a coordinated joint approach.
It's important that the planners hear from us.
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