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Area leaders, citizens react to National Monument news

Supervisor Tom Thurman, left: “I don’t want to ever see these type of things on an outgoing elected official’s last days. It smells of last-minute decisions, not being vetted through.” Supervisor Randy Garrison, right: “It wouldn’t matter to me if it was only 8 acres ... It was discussed already, and it doesn’t matter if it’s 80,000 acres or 160,000 acres, the public has spoken.

Supervisor Tom Thurman, left: “I don’t want to ever see these type of things on an outgoing elected official’s last days. It smells of last-minute decisions, not being vetted through.” Supervisor Randy Garrison, right: “It wouldn’t matter to me if it was only 8 acres ... It was discussed already, and it doesn’t matter if it’s 80,000 acres or 160,000 acres, the public has spoken.

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