S.H. P.O. Box 609 Hyde Park, Utah
Citizens for the protection of Logan Canyon.
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Cache Citizen Sat. March 21, 1987
Adult Fable No.1:
Once upon a time in a small town
called Smithfield, there were very
old, large trees on both sides of
Main Street. Long branches covered
the outside lane of traffic and
sidewalks. Experts were called and a
study was made. The little city was
advised the trees needed to be
drastically pruned for best results.
Then came the "pecking
"Leave the trees alone. The trees
A will die, scared for life , fools I want
The little town was right. They
implement ed the plan that was best
for the city. Now the trees are beau tiful and majestic, and each tree
can say, "Someone cared for me."
Conclusion: The "pecking
chickens" are at it again. Maybe the
Logan Canyon study may be the
next fable that needs help. The
experts, local elected and
government officials, who have the
good of the people and the Logan
Canyon in mind, I commend you for
your dilige nce and concern for the
majority of the people and the good
for the canyon.
Adult Fable No.2:
Once upon a time there was a
place called "Mack's Park" in a little
town called Smithfield. Weeds,
underbrush, junk, rampant trees,
destroyed toilet facilities and picnic
tables, marred and broken, were
seen all around. Anyone who had a
notion slepT on the tables. Summit
Creek was not visible because of the
sirua tion . Town people were afraid
to go there.
The city called in experts and an
extensive st udy was done. The plan
was anno unced. Then came the
"pecking chickens ."
"Stop. you will ruin the natural
look and habitat and kill the creek.
The park needs to be wild. I want
my way, fools."
The city plan was implemented
over the cry uf the "pecking
We are now proud of our park --
trout in the~tTea m, covered plc ni.c
a reas, love ly planted freeS and grass, .
grounds, foot bridge, fine, clean rest -
rooms. We are not afraid to use this
park anymore, thanks to all who
were and are responsible.
Conclusion: Logan Canyon is the
next fable about a little canyon thelt
needs help from experts, elected
officials and government employees
who have worked and planned so
hard for the good of the people and
best for the land.
Smithfield Respectfully submitted P.O. Box 609 Hyde Park
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