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"A nation of sheep soon begets a government of wolves."
Edward R. Murrow

"Power of the People is stronger than the people in power."
Wael Ghonim

OPPORTUNITY MAKES A THIEF!

WHERE THERE IS NO GAME, THERE ARE NO POACHERS

HE WHO ACCEPTS EVIL WITHOUT PROTESTING AGAINST IT, IS REALLY COOPERATING WITH IT.
Martin Luther King, Jr

THE SYSTEM IS NOT WORKING, AND MY GOVERNMENT IS A BULLY!!  I ABSOLUTELY HATE THE REGIONAL DISTRICT OF CENTRAL OKANAGAN AND THE SYSTEM IT STEMS FROM, ITS A VERY CROOKED SYSTEM IN OUR OPINION!!!

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THE WORST IS WHEN YOU DON'T HAVE THE MONEY TO FIGHT BACK THE SYSTEM WHEN YOU ARE BEING BULLIED

THERE IS NOT ONE IOTA OF PROTECTION FOR PEOPLE BEING BULLIED

GUESS I WILL HAVE TO START A GO-FUND ME PAGE TO GET HELP

I WILL WRITE THAT IT IS IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST THAT THE RCMP ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR ACTIONS

FRUCK making anymore complaints to THE Civilian Review and Complaints Commission as they are just as corrupt!!!

The CRCC have done FRUCK ALL in 3 FRUCKING YEARS!!!

FRUCK THE SYSTEM, ITS CORRUPT!!!

COPS SHOULDN'T BE BULLIES LIKE THEY ARE!!!

THE RCMP ARE ABUSING THEIR POWER AND ARE CORRUPT

THE SYSTEM IS CORRUPT

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Someone needs to fark off with chopping wood at 6:44am on Saturday March 16, 2019

Chop your wood when people are not sleeping azzhole.

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New hwys contractor soon
Castanet.net - by Colin Dacre - Mar 14, 2019 | Story: 251574

Highways and provincial roads throughout the Okanagan and Shuswap will have a new contractor maintaining them starting this spring, but the provincial government will not say what it's paying for the service quite yet.

Maintenance contracts previously held by Argo in the South Okanagan zone (Kelowna to Osoyoos) and JPW Road and Bridge in the Okanagan-Shuswap (Fintry north past Seymour Arm) have been handed to Acciona Infrastructure Maintenance Inc.

The Spanish multinational won an opening bidding process for the 10-year contracts with a five-year option. Acciona will take over the Okanagan-Shuswap on April 1 and the South Okanagan on May 1.

The Ministry of Transportation refused Thursday to disclose the dollar value of the contracts, but says they will be revealed “at the end of the procurement season this summer.”

“As procurement is ongoing, releasing financial information at this point could impact the fair and open bidding process,” the Ministry statement added.

The Argo contract in the South Okanagan was worth $14M per year in 2004, with annual increases for inflation. JPW Road and Bridge was paid $12.3M a year in the first year of its contract in 2004.

The provincial government says changes to the contracts will see increased communication during severe weather events and returning Class-A highways to bare pavement within 24 hours of a storm when it's -9 C or warmer (previous standard was 48 hours).

Patrol frequency has been increased to 90 minutes during a winter storm, up from four hours. Contractors will also be required to be more proactive prior to a winter storm through the use of anti-icing chemicals.

The unionized plow truck drivers, labourers and bridge crews currently working for Argo and JPW in the region will be employed by Acciona under the same collective agreement.

Source: https://www.castanet.net/news/Penticton/251574/New-hwys-contractor-soon

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Edmonton council approves $800K model for animal protection services
By Nadine Yousif - Star Edmonton - March 12, 2019

EDMONTON—City council quickly approved a new business model for animal protection services with a yearly price tag of around $800,000 following the Edmonton Humane Society’s decision to stop its enforcement of the provincial Animal Protection Act.

Council approved the recommended business model without debate Tuesday morning, with a reallocation of funds up for consideration at the spring 2019 operating budget readjustment. The $800,000 will pay for four animal control peace officers and one or two full-time equivalent staff that would offer administrative support.

The Edmonton Humane Society voted to end its enforcement of the Animal Protection Act at a meeting mid-December. It cited financial challenges and difficulties in carrying out “police-like” duties to enforce the act as some of the reasons behind the decision.
The Edmonton Humane Society voted to end its enforcement of the Animal Protection Act at a meeting mid-December. It cited financial challenges and difficulties in carrying out “police-like” duties to enforce the act as some of the reasons behind the decision. (THE CANADIAN PRESS FILE PHOTO)

The city took over enforcement of the Animal Protection Act — a provincial law that looks out for mistreated animals while holding negligent owners accountable — after the humane society voted to absolve itself from those responsibilities in mid-December.

“We really don’t have a choice,” Mayor Don Iveson told reporters on Tuesday. “Animal welfare is clearly a priority for all Edmontonians and our council, so we’ve got to absorb the impact of the humane society backing out of what they were doing.”

The society was the sole enforcer of the act in Edmonton, and carried out that responsibility using donations and a grant from the City of Edmonton. A portion of the city’s pet-licensing fees were given to the humane society, but Iveson said the city will be looking to recover that to pay for its enforcement services.

Society board member Christina Wilson said the decision to stop enforcing the act was made due to financial limitations, and the inability of its peace officers to carry out “police-like” duties that she said are required to enforce the act. Wilson said the society enforced the act on a budget of $200,000, with two peace officers and one full-time administrative staffer.

In response to the city’s new proposed business model, Kylie Adams, a spokesperson from the Edmonton Humane Society, said they were pleased with council’s decision and that animal welfare will be better served as a result.

“(The society) made the difficult decision for our organization to end enforcement after voluntarily providing the service for decades, recognizing that we are not experts in this field,” Adams said in a statement. “We want to see it done well by those who have the expertise and resources to carry out this vital service.”

The city took over animal protection enforcement duties Feb. 1 as a Band-Aid solution to fix the gap left by the humane society’s decision. In February, the city received 187 calls for service, seized 43 animals, and reviewed 121 existing files that were passed over from the Edmonton Humane Society, according to a report presented to council on Tuesday.

The newly approved business model will make Edmonton’s animal protection resources closer to being on par with the Calgary Humane Society, which hires four animal protection peace officers alongside dedicated support staff who offer administrative duties. Calgary’s society receives no funding from the city, and is entirely reliant on donations.

Source: https://www.thestar.com/edmonton/2019/03/12/edmonton-council-approves-800k-model-for-animal-protection-services-without-debate.html?fbclid=IwAR1Ge__M0vKQQVtdcBtJpCHMCH3qc84OTGVMD5og8Cgc3k6V5MQW5iPFy4M

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HEY 841 FIRWOOD

I caught the over 4 hours of barking coming from your yard on March 8, 2019 between approx. 6pm and 10:30pm

CONGRATES YOU ARE THE NEW ONLINE STAR

Wanna FARK OFF?

I wonder if 841 Firwood Road remembers the day back in April 2017 when someone was protesting in front of 842 Balsam Road about 842 Balsam Road dogs barking. 842 Balsam Roads dogs that live on the property behind 841 Firwood. That was back in April 2017. Why do you like to listen to that much barking all the time lady in the grey suv who lives at 841 Firwood Road? There are 4 dogs that live on 3 properties all next to each other now, and I am getting bullied by these properties letting their dogs bark constantly, including the property where the lady in the grey suv lives. Its not like the person complaining doesn't have proof, as there is dash cam video of the drive over there, and stopping and listening, and then driving away. Nobody made 841 Firwood Roads dog bark for over 4 hours. 841 Firwood Road let their dog bark for over 4 hours and 841 Firwood was in care and control of the dog even if they were not home and left the dog in their yard to bark. Sometimes the dogs bark in that one little area bark for hours at Valley of the Sun like on March 8, 2019 the dog at 841 Firwood Road barked for over 4 hours. Its making me ill. Not only did 841 Firwood Roads dog bark for over 4 hours this day of March 8, 2019, its been barking way too many times per day for weeks now.

DO YOU WANNA FARK OFF 841 FIRWOOD ROAD!!!

This day in the video above of April 2017, someone was protesting the dogs at 842 Balsam Road who barked for a long time before the person started to protest. It wouldn't matter if someone was protested across the road from the barkers, they would bark if nobody was protesting across the street. Dogs are not suppose to bark for more than 5 minutes steady or 15 minutes sporadic no matter what they may be barking at. Obviously the owners of the dogs barking this day of protest were oblivious, maybe for a reason. Maybe its because they enjoy bullying the neighbor with barking so the neighbor doesn't want to do any gardening anymore, or even go out in their yard anymore. Maybe its because 842 Balsam girl lets her dogs bark to piss the neighbor off like she told the neighbor complaining about the barking on video one day, after she shot nerf gun balls at the neighbor complaining about the barking, which is on video here.

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HEY LYSHOL

I don't want to listen to your farking dog bark for 15 or 25 minutes every time it barks.

I want some farking peace!!!!

I don't want to listen to your dog bark every time I go outside.

Shut your farking hole for a change!!!

You are driving me nuts, literally!!!

Everytime your farking dog barks, it has to farking bark in violation of the dog bylaw.

WHY??? BECAUSE YOU LIKE TO BULLY PEOPLE???

FARK OFF LYSHOL!!!!

YOU ARE A COUPLE OF FARKING BLANKS!!!

FARK OFF LYSHOL, YOU COUPLE OF A-HOLES!!!!

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BARKING at 4:55am March 6, 2019

Its awesome that a dog barked at Valley of the Dogs for two minutes at 4:55am, don't you think?

And chopping wood 8 chops at 3:13am??

You would think people might have half a brain to maybe chop their wood at a more appropriate time!!

It wasn't that cold out compared to the last week being minus 17 overnight.

I didn't have my heat on all night so I could keep my windows closed and not be woken up by barking and wood chopping in the middle of the night. Good thing I did.

It was the perfect temperature for sleeping.

When I woke up in the morning a little chilly, I cranked my stove onto medium and warmed it up fast.

It doesn't take long with my stove.

And the poor dog outside all day March 5, 2019, barking every few minutes. Its a bit cold for that yet, especially for a short haired dog, don't you think?

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RDCO Strategic Priority #6 Empower our Employees

Cross-train Building Inspector & rural fire chiefs, where required.

RDCO Plans and Initiatives
found on the bottom of page 39

Source: https://www.regionaldistrict.com/media/259252/Tab_5___Department_Plans_and_Initiatives.pdf

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2018 Schedule of Remuneration and Expenses paid to or on behalf of each RDCO employee for the year 2017

Chief Administrative Officer $222,066

Director of Financial Services/Deputy CAO $193,118

Director of Parks Services $139,804

Director of Economic Development $138,729

Manager of Corporate Services $116,634

Source: https://www.regionaldistrict.com/media/259239/2018_Financial_Disclosure_Schedules.pdf

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RDCO's budget from Staff Report on 2019 - 2023 Financial Plan states that RDCO is short on asset maintenance fees (system renewal fee I believe) for reserves for the Fintry Water System.

301 – 310 Water Systems Pages 11 – 22: No impact to tax rates or service contracts. Funded by user fees only. Rates were increased in 2016 and are currently under review. Fund are being transferred to capital reserves. In some cases (for 303 Falcon Ridge, 306 Trepanier, and 310 Fintry), it is not possible to transfer at least the full asset maintenance fees to reserves. Capital Projects totals as below.
Items of note:

 301 – Killiney Beach Water System – 2019: $939k in Capital, 2020 $3.5m – financing would be required unless alternative solution is found.
 303 – Falcon Ridge Water System -- $52 in Capital
 305 – Sunset Ranch Water System – $26k in Capital
 306 – Trepanier Water System -- $2k in Capital
 307 – Westshores Water System – 2019: $371k in Capital, 2020: $3.7m – financing would be required unless alternative solution is found.
 310 – Fintry Shalal Water System – Capital $22.8k.

Found on bottom of page 30
Preliminary Budget Meeting - Thursday, February 21st @ 8:30 am
Staff Report on 2019 - 2023 Financial Plan

source: https://www.regionaldistrict.com/media/259391/Staff_Report.pdf

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from page 21 Budget by Service for Fintry water system

2019 Budget Notes:
a. Transfer includes asset renewal fees.
b. 30 Year Financing - ends in 2042.
c. MOTI purchased 8 lots which became crown land. The related debt / parcel taxes would have shifted to the other property owners. Staff met with MOTI and MOTI agreed to pay a lump sum of $149k to cover the parcel taxes until 2022, then pay down the related debt for the lots when refinancing comes up in 2022. Approximate annual savings to each of the other lots within the service area is $20. There are still 25 years of debt payments remaining.
d. Increases: Electricity $2k, Payroll $0.9k, Gas & Fuel $0.5k, and misc. $0.3k. Decreases: Travel $2k, Water Rates (Licenses) $0.5k, Collection fees $0.3k.

source: https://www.regionaldistrict.com/media/259267/Tab_8___Budget_by_Service.pdf

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Prescribed burns planned for the Okanagan to help Big Horn Sheep
By Kelly Hayes - Global News - March 2, 2019

An Okanagan conservation group is trying to fight disease with fire.

The Wild Sheep Society of BC says it has planned for at least two prescribed burns in the coming months in an attempt to give the disease-riddled sheep in the valley a fighting chance.

It’s been an up-and-down battle for the Okanagan’s bighorn sheep population.

On the east side of the Okanagan Valley, they’re doing great — anywhere between 500 to 600 of them, disease free. But on the Westside of the valley, the picture is not so rosy.

“The Westside of the Okanagan Valley, where we have bighorn sheep, extends from the Penticton Indian Band reserve lands, down to Oliver and then west into the Ashnola/Similkameen. All of those currently have a disease, a parasitic mite that causes mange,” senior government biologist Andrew Walker said.

Walker says the disease has wiped out up to more than half the population. But help is on the way.

The Wild Sheep Society of BC says the burns will take place in the spring — one in the Penticton area, another in the Shorts Creek on the Westside.

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Seeking greater protection for bighorn sheep

KELOWNA – The greatest risk to the bighorn sheep population is other sheep. The provincial government suspected that contact between domestic and wild sheep is what caused 300 bighorns to die off in 1999, reducing the south Okanagan population by 65 per cent. The Wild Sheep Society of B.C. said the threat is far from over, alerting local farms and community members at a town hall meeting in Oliver on Thursday. Angela Jung reports.

https://globalnews.ca/news/2698876/seeking-greater-protection-for-bighorn-sheep/

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Collision that killed big horned sheep leads to charges.

https://globalnews.ca/video/rd/589771331720/?jwsource=cl

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wilson-raybould for prime minister

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is corrupt. He said he was going to legalize marijuana, but instead he regulated it.

Please don't vote again, for someone wanting to circumvent the system, and for someone who is a lier.

If Justin doesn't like the system, he should change it!!

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Survey by the North Westside Communities Association

Feb 27, 2019 as seen on People of the North Westside facebook group

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The system is so farked up

Thank you Jody Wilson-Raybould for standing up for what is right!!!

Nobody should be above the law, including the Prime Minister!!!

If you don't like the law Justin, change it!!!

If SNC Lavalin broke the law, they should be convicted, no matter the number of employees!!!

Another company could take on the projects, and hire the employees who lost their job.

What is wrong with that Justin?

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TOO MANY PEOPLE ARE WRONGFULLY CONVIVCTED

There shouldn't be any wrongly convicted.

When there are wrongly convicted, it means the system is a failure!!!

There is no excuse for ruining someone life!!!

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If 842 Balsam Road can please fix their gate so their dogs stop coming into their neighbors yard, it would be much appreciated.

You know your neighbor whom you told you let your dogs bark to piss your neighbor off. That is the neighbor who saw you driving down the road with your two dogs in front of your vehicle following your dogs on Feb 19, 2019, and then heard you calling your dogs, then found your dog in their yard.

Your dog gets out through your rickety gate you couldn't erect straight, so you tied chicken wire up dangling from the bottom of your gate.

Your dog is so skinny it fits through any crack in your rickety gate.

Please stop letting your dogs come into your neighbors yard and down the road running at large!!!!

Your neighbor is sick of saving video of it all to tell you the truth!!!

And sick of sharing it with the authorities too.

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corrupt government

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Wow, Telus Internet for $47

Telus Fibre Internet $47

I called Telus and they would only lower my bill to $65 per month and not the $47 that someone else is getting.

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DID YOU KNOW?

RDCO's dog licencing web page gives you access to everyones dog info by searching a dog owners last name?

It gives you the dogs name, and the breed, including deceased dogs and dogs you presently own.

Pretty interesting eh?

Someone from Facebook told me they are making a complaint to the Privacy Commissioner about it.

Do you want to do a search too?

Click this link and then type in any username, any password, and any email address. The email address does not have to be valid.

Then from there you can do a search using anyones last name that you know.

Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner

RDCO purchase dog licence online
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WOW, FIRST TIME I EVER SAW THE BLUE HEALER ON A LEASH

It must be because its a Saturday Feb 9, 2019, and RDCO dog control may be cruising through.

The Blue Healer is getting pretty old and fat now by the looks of it.

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HEY LYSH-HOLE

SHUT THE FECK UP Feb 8, 2019

ARE YOU DEAF?

31 MINUTES OF BARKING!!!

COUPLE OF NUT JOBS!!!!

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I keep seeing 842 Balsam Roads dogs or dogs that look just like their dogs

running at large at Valley of the Sun with no owner around late at night like at 10:45am and 12:16am

FRUCK OFF!!!

Fix your fecking gate bietch!!!

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Do you know about these local Facebook groups?

Regional District of the Central Okanagan

People of the North Westside

People of the North Westside Rant and Rave

The Westside Post

Westside Road, Okanagan

North Westside Fire Rescue

North Westside Fire Rescue Firefighters Society

Westside Road Beach Folk

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MY NUT JOB NEIGHBOR

October 3, 2017 my nut job neighbor blocked me with his van on purpose, from driving home down our shared easement road.

I parked behind him and then walked home and got my 2nd vehicle and blocked him in from the front, and then called the RCMP to complain.

I blocked him in, so I had proof of him blocking me.

Before the RCMP could attend, my nut job neighbor proceeded to smash my vehicles trying to move my vehicles so he could get out.

My nut job neighbor claimed to the RCMP that he had transmission trouble.

You can see my nut job neighbor getting into his van and his back up lights come on, and then he proceeds to back up into my suv and push it backwards a ways. Then he drives forward into my other vehicle. He proceeds to back up and drive forward again into my vehicle in front of him again and again, until finally his transmission broke. Thats when you can see his back up lights going on and off and his van not moving anymore. It wasn't until he was finished smashing my vehicles that he had transmission trouble!!!

The RCMP told me he gave my nut job neighbor a vehicle inspection order.

I doubt my nut job neighbor was charged with anything. Its only me that gets charged with anything.

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Jan 21, 2019 842 Balsam Roads dog was at large

and that is how it got in and out of its yard.

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FIRE THE SYSTEM

ANOTHER 4 HOURS OF BARKING

AT VALLEY OF THE SUN Jan 18, 2019

FIRE THE SYSTEM

ITS THE ONLY THING THAT WILL SAVE US!!

THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES WOULD BE BETTER AT RUNNING THINGS, THAN GOVERNMENT IS!!!

THE RDCO AND RCMP ARE JUST RETARDS IS ALL

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2019 Dog Licences need renewing by Feb 28, 2019

2019 Dog Licences need renewing

If you are as pissed off as I am about the barking, maybe you could be creative too?

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I want to set the record straight

Now that everyone has heard all the rumors, let me set the record straight.

I heard on facebook that I go running to authorities all the time.

Well, I did try talking to barking dog owners first, and when that didn't work, yes I tried authorities, but that didn't work either.

The authorities are corrupt, and they won't do anything.

There are no laws being enforced at Valley of the Sun.

There are super loud vehicles, neighbors smoking me out, loud snowmobiles and quads on the public road, at large dogs, barking dogs.

This place is one of the worst places for noise to live.

Its such a beautiful area, just wished the neighbors wouldn't ruin it for me.

I barely go outside of my house anymore.

Below is the barking I heard Jan 5, 2019

Would you want to go outside?

I think we need to fire RDCO. What good is RDCO for us?

More than 2 hours of barking Jan 5, 2019

Jan 5, 2019 clip of barking for 1 hour 34 minutes from 5:06pm until 6:41pm

Jan 5, 2019 clip of more barking for 31 minutes from 7:15pm until 7:46pm
(I talk in this recording about 8 minutes from the end, but you have to turn your volume up to hear me, and the barking is loud)

Jan 5, 2019 there was more barking, but it was sporadic from 9:16pm until 11:32pm for 2 hours 16 minutes and I am not going to post it.

Jan 5, 2019 there was also 20 minutes of barking earlier in the day, that I am not posting either.

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Jan 1, 2019 - Hey Bigfoot, your dog needs to be on a leash

Big Foot on Balsam Road

Dog off leash at Valley of the Sun

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Seen this post on the facebook page "People of the North Westside" and it was shared from "Vernon and Surrounding area road report" facebook page.

Spotted a full grown COUGAR sitting on the side of the road right past Killarney Road on Westside Road in a residential area. Posted about 9pm Dec 31, 2018

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This guy on a red quad keeps taking his dog for a walk off leash on the paved public road at Valley of the Sun

The RCMP were given the guys address, but the guy keeps driving his red quad on the public road with his dog off leash.

I doubt the RCMP did anything.

Guy running his dog off leash with quad
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And RDCO certainly won't do anything about it.

I hope the dog doesn't get run over.

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Someone is going to loose their cat

Dec 27, 2018 at 3:36am two coyotes were chasing a cat through my yard, and then hung out in my yard waiting for the cat to climb down the tree.

People shouldn't leave their cats outside to be eaten by the coyotes, so they can draw coyotes to my property.

The coyotes would stay out of my yard and out of the subdivision, if they didn't have food like cats attracting them.

There are so many cats here, its drawing the coyotes to my yard now.

I don't usually have coyotes in my yard.

Keep your cat indoors overnight, or your going to loose your cat and I am going to have coyotes hanging out in my yard stalking your cat.

I don't need coyotes in my yard stalking your poor cat you don't seem to care about!!!

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your dog barks and barks and barks and barks

Hahahahaha

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Hahahaha good one!!! Thats about it.

Outnumbered, don't feel so bad.  Its not a bad thing

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