Comments by atschuck

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Posted on February 23 at 10:15 a.m.

For the last 8 years Ed has put his heart and soul into his work at the Botanic Garden. He has helped to protect the future of the Garden so that people all around can continues to enjoy its beauty.

My hope is that the Garden will continue to fight for their Vital Mission Plan that only seeks to rebuild what was lost in the fire and also make the necessary improvements to further the education for adults and children unlike.

On Ed Schneider to Leave Botanic Garden

Posted on December 6 at 11:47 a.m.

Letters in support have appeared in the Independent, the News-Press, the Daily Sound, and the Noozhawk. When supporters of the VMP send in letters all at once, it's called a "PR stunt orchestrated by the Garden", but when opponents of the plan submit letters all at once, it's "where are the letters in support?" Sounds pretty hypocritical to me.

On Botanic Garden: Fire Safety and Other Objections

Posted on November 20 at 4:14 p.m.

Kratatoa - you have some real audacity. Are you suggesting that no one should blog on the Independent if we don't blog ALL of the time? Get a life. Have you ever attended any of the Botanic Garden hearings on their new plans? I've attended three of them, and feel very informed. I support their plans whole-heartedly.

On High Noon in the Garden of Controversy

Posted on November 19 at 3:24 p.m.

It's so sad that a few disgruntled neighbors who seem to think they have ownership of the Garden are stirring up so much dust over this. With 78 acres 60 of which were scorched in the fire to tend to, the Garden really has to do something about their old facilities. With what they have now, they'll very quickly fall behind the times with respect to research and science. Oh the opposition all makes sense now: keeping the Garden buried in the past instead of looking forward to the future:

On High Noon in the Garden of Controversy

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