McCullough Peaks Now #2 in Top 5 (Most Active) on ePlanning

The rankings change minute by minute but here’s a screen image as of this morning.

McCullough Peaks Second Place in ePlanning 01-19-23

Comments must comply with land-use plans.  If livestock receive four times more forage than the horses and you request a reduction in grazing activity, your comment will be dismissed out of hand.

“Such changes cannot be accomplished through a wild horse gather decision.”

If you express support for the project, which will keep the pests in check so ranchers can access most of their food, the response will likely be “Thank you for your comment.”

RELATED: McCullough Peaks Takes Third Place in ePlanning Top 5.

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