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To: Baynative

If you look at the individual projects, you’ll see that the bulk of the money seems to be going to city parks and bike paths etc. Its an interesting use of natural resources “trust fund” money.

http://michigan.gov/documents/snyder/PR._120801-_2012_Michigan_Natural_Resources_Trust_Fund_Projects_394000_7.pdf


27 posted on 08/02/2012 6:40:43 AM PDT by cripplecreek (What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?)
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To: cripplecreek; TEXOKIE; ELVISNIXON.com; SunkenCiv; E. Pluribus Unum; CharlyFord; OneLoyalAmerican; ..
Bike paths and non-motorized trails are part of the 'walkable cities' movement. Kayak access and preserves are showing up a lot because it helps them classify the waters as navigable.

Part of Agenda 21 is to classify all waters as navigable so they can control them with recreation and fish management. Any thing they can't classify that way becomes wetlands. The rest of the earth is classified as pervious surfaces that infiltrate all free water and add it to government owned water which is everything subsurface.

29 posted on 08/02/2012 6:59:39 AM PDT by Baynative (A man's admiration for absolute government is proportionate to the contempt he feels for others)
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