Tina Fisher 
Member since Jun 22, 2011

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Re: “UPDATE: Idaho Anti-Fracking Activist Released After 7-Day Incarceration

Thank you George for posting this. I am seeing more stories about what happened at that meeting. Alma has been very outspoken in opposition to the exploitation of Payette County by the o & g industry. The P & Z Commission and our County Commissioners have rolled out the "red carpet" for these guys. This situation has devolved into much more than lack of accountability required of industry. It has become a civil rights issue. Alma is imprisoned in solitary confinement. No phone call, no personal items, no commissary, no visitation. These things are allowed to people that commit the most heinous of crimes. Alma was just trying to get information.

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Posted by Tina Fisher on 10/13/2014 at 11:39 AM

Re: “Need Something To Do Monday?

Love Pugs! Thanks Payette Brewing Company!

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Posted by Tina Fisher on 07/21/2014 at 1:53 PM

Re: “Idaho School Superintendent Accused of Ethics Violation in Political Announcement

Mr. Kirby has worked diligently for the New Plymouth school district for many years. That hard work has helped make New Plymouth one of the best districts in the state. We need to change our representatives in District 9. I feel Ryan Kirby would do a great job doing what is in the best interest of his constituents, not just himself.

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Posted by Tina Fisher on 03/02/2014 at 7:14 AM

Re: “'Frack-tivists' Protest Outside Boise IDL Office

Thank you Boise Weekly for posting information on this event. We are very concerned about the path our elected officials are leading the future of our great state down. Down is the operative word here.
This industry has made many promises to the citizen's of Idaho. Mostly "jobs, jobs, jobs" and "we are going to make someone the next Jed Clampet." These companies have crews that travel with the rigs. Very few local people will be hired. I don't want to be Jed Clampet.
I want to continue to enjoy drinking my tap water without fear of it making me or my grandchildren sick. I want to participate in outdoor activites without having to worry about the air I'm breathing causing a bloody nose. I don't want to have to pay for the repairs of infrastructure destroyed by thousands of truck trips to and from well pads with my tax dollars.
So many issues have not been addressed. The oil & gas industry has been given free rein "reign?" over the citizen's rights of Idaho by the people that we trust to protect our quality of life, property value and the future of ourselves and generations to come. We believe they are choosing to ignore the cries of people around the globe about what a destructive industry this really is. It saddens me to think of the potential devestation that faces the counties we know are going to be fracked as well as the ones that industry has it's sights "sites" on.
Thank you again BW.
Tina Fisher
Payette County resident

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Posted by Tina Fisher on 06/09/2013 at 1:08 PM

Re: “Monty Pearce's Push

Beanpicker, if you think that Pearce's property is away from the drilling area, you are uninformed. All of Central and Southern Idaho is in the drilling area. The natural gas industry has acknowledged in Senate Hearings, that they are buying leases in Gem, Payette, Washington, Canyon, Owyhee, Big Bear, and Malheur Counties. They are doing exploration in the Magic Valley as well as the rest of Southeastern Idaho.

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Posted by Tina Fisher on 03/16/2012 at 9:27 AM

Re: “Senate Panel OKs State Control of Oil and Gas Permits

Don't worry Lee, I am now a resident of Washington Co. I would feel more comfortable about that nasty dehydration / compression / gathering station they want to build next to my home if the Planning & Zoning and County Commissioners of Washington County were looking out for me!

Posted by Tina Fisher on 03/07/2012 at 1:56 PM

Re: “180-Day Moratorium on Gas Drill Permits in Payette

I am glad Payette (City) has done something to stop this steamroller for awhile. I just have to wonder why the Payette County Planning and Zoning didn't do the same thing? Mr. Osborn is the attorney that represents both bodies and Mary Cordova is on the Payette County Planning and Zoning Board as well as Payette City Municipal Coordinator and City Clerk. Could it be the prospect of something going on in their city was weighing on them? They both live in Payette. They should have issued a moratorium for Payette County before P&Z approved the Dehydration & Compression Plant, so some rules could be put in place!

Posted by Tina Fisher on 09/22/2011 at 10:50 PM

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