Re: Fwd: Wind Meter permission slip ;-)
- I understand the govt works on its own time but you've really got to
ask yourselves how does our govt even function?? Really Guys? Its
nice we have support but there are ways to get more support at a
higher level. Might cost lunch. But its really difficult to
understand what and how freakin much red tape they dispence just to
avoid making any decisions... Okay thats all i want to say on that.
Would really be nice to take advantage of our wind that we have
here. Dont forget by the people FOR the people.. alright that was
the last diggity im throwin. Thanks Eddy for all the attention youve
been giving this. We all understand the pain your head gets when
beating it against a wall.
--- In email@example.com, Gear Daddy LLC
> Hey guys,
> Just a quick update on the wind meter situation. I was lead to
> believe that this was going to be a done deal up front, but things
> change. I don't know if it will happen this year or not...
> I'm super bummed but I don't know what else to do or say. I think
> is starting to get tired of the situation, and my bugging them.my
> Unfortunately things with the Government takes time.
> Read below if you want to know the current situation. I'm keeping
> fingers crossed for the meter before the end of August or just intime
> to take it down for the season.prepared
> Begin forwarded message:
> > From: "Dunning, Joyce M NWW" <Joyce.M.Dunning@...>
> > Date: July 21, 2008 5:39:02 PM MDT
> > To: "Gear Daddy LLC" <geardaddyllc@...>
> > Cc: "Hyde, Keith B NWW" <Keith.B.Hyde@...>
> > Subject: RE: Wind Meter permission slip ;-)
> > Eddy,
> > All the documents are in our Real Estate office and being
> > to beto
> > staffed around to the appropriate offices.
> > Yes, gas prices stick for all of us and as much as we would like
> > move yourTypically
> > project forward quickly, remember when we talked I told you that
> > this is a
> > slow process and we would move it as quickly as we could.
> > thesenot
> > things take at least one year and we are hopefully this one will
> > takein
> > that long. However, I have recommended that we do not charge a
> > license fee
> > and in fact we provide the phone line and pay the fees for that;
> > exchangeextremely
> > for annual volunteer support hours, with that; these types of
> > projects,
> > however important to us, do not take priority over encroachment
> > issues,
> > public safety and hazards or environmental concerns for our real
> > estate
> > office. Factor that with our staff working 7 days a week during
> > recreation
> > season so not a M-F schedule, our real estate folks being
> > shortI
> > handed due to retirements and the folks who are there, like most
> > non-recreation staff type folks, take vacations in the summer.
> > All in all, I don't want to sound discouraging, because you know
> > believe inat
> > and support this project, but it is moving as quickly as it can
> > thisyear's
> > point. I will be thrilled for anything finalized within a
> > time frameterm
> > on this type of action.
> > The beach is looking great although there is still much long
> > work to do.and
> > The new ADA concrete work is super popular.
> > If you are in Boise now, I was just up at Barclay an hour ago
> > the waterwind
> > is perfect for windsailing, I'd say.
> > Joyce
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Gear Daddy LLC [mailto:geardaddyllc@...]
> > Sent: Friday, July 18, 2008 9:00 AM
> > To: Dunning, Joyce M NWW; Hyde, Keith B NWW
> > Subject: Wind Meter permission slip ;-)
> > Hi Joyce & Keith,
> > Just checking in on the wind meter permission slip. Group is
> > getting upset
> > (vocally) about the gas they are wasting driving up to do the
> > checkcouple
> > daily.
> > I'm still on my West Coast trip so I have not been to LP in a
> > Weeks,
> > how is the Beach holding up?
> > Thanks,
> > Eddy
> > Gear Daddy LLC
> > (208) 863-6966
> > geardaddyllc@...
> Gear Daddy LLC
> (208) 863-6966