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A misguided tutorial on small-town politics

John St. JohnKeystone

RE: Response to Mark Thaemert’s April 27 letter.Mr. Thaemert seems to make a habit of attempting to mislead. First: the two houses and a few horses for the benefit of the zoning review of the Fishhook Ranch by the Snake River Basin Master Plan. Now: this rubric in the form of his letter wherein he gave all a tutorial on small-town politics, mountain environment practices and Adam Smith market will.He failed to disclose his observations were neither abstract nor offered in a vacuum. Mr. Thaemert owns the property. He will benefit in no small financial way if this egregious plot comes to pass.In short, his letter is filled with convoluted nonlogic, gross speculation and, at best, disingenuous argument.

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