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Give it up, Gems

Dear Editor:

It is time for Wilderness Workshop to throw in the towel on the Hidden Gems Campaign.

WW and your paid cronies can go smell the roses in the existing Wilderness areas. As a resident of the Roaring Fork Valley I have personally witnessed the ineptitude of the Wilderness Workshop. If WW really wants to make Hidden Gems a reality I would suggest firing Shoemaker and Kincade, for starters.

I believe that the public could get behind some of this if the WW were not so blatantly arrogant and underhanded in its tactics. Just like the current federal administration, it is time for WW to clean its house.

Joseph Hultquist


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