Fast Focus 'What can the Tri-Cities to do better reserve open spaces?' Thrilled at options

January 26, 2014 

To conserve the clear ridges and riverways of our metropolitan area, and to buy back and restore open area lost, I would be happy to pay a good deal more than $11 per year -- even more than $11 per month, to tell the truth.

I'm grateful for the work of the Tapteal Greenway and Rivers-to-Ridges groups and share their goals. I'm not a hiker like others in my family, but I am an equestrian who is delighted with the current options I have for riding, and look forward to the day I can ride from Chamna to Benton City.

-- JUDI JOHANNESEN, Richland

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