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Beware LWW takeover by U.N.

A recent article in The Union has alerted me to the very serious threat of U.N. takeover of Lake Wildwood. By using the same underhanded techniques and subversive tactics as the heinous NH 2020 project, the U.N. is obviously planning a takeover of LWW.



Here are selected quotes from the article proving that the same bunch of crazed environmentalists is behind this plot. “Master plan … contract (with outside firm) … survey needs … upgrades and modifications … look into the future and find out the best way … mailing questionnaires … knocking on doors … demographic studies … aerial photos … culling public opinion … It’s time to get a professional to look at the place … always wise to hear from the outside to see what our needs are … changes or additions would have to be approved by a majority.”




A sinister plot precisely on the path of the NH 2020 project to trespass, take data, find out what people want, ask an outside organization for help, make a plan, and get approval by a board and the public. Everything that NH 2020 asks for; amazing that they are trying this again. CPR and other like-minded organizations have to step up and fight this transgression. It’s time for another wave of mass hysteria to stop this program before it’s too late.

We must rant and rave and refuse to participate in this astonishing plot to take over LWW. When I get elected to office on this platform, I’ll be collaborative, but not with anyone working on a plan such as this. Imagine, planning for the future, how barbaric.

Jeff Carver

Nevada City


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