By KEI DAVIS
I’d also guess my whining is at a lower pitch than a certain someone’s sanctimonious spouting, though.
Certainly the townsite’s inner canyons are a hazard. I know the county has done some thinning and cleanup, but that’s just been the tip of the iceberg. Indeed, very close to my house is a thick stand of dead-standing scrub oak right next to the street at the upper end of such a canyon, unsightly as well as an obvious and visible fire hazard.
But the outer perimeter of the Los Alamos townsite? All of White Rock? I don’t believe it.