At a recent meeting of the Lander Planning Commission, of which I have been a member for years, it was mentioned that we would soon be deciding on the addition of yet another “storage” facility on the east edge of our town.
During a long winter of road closures, sub-zero temperatures and ample snowfall, there was a long list of interesting news happenings that involved rock bands, billionaires and tragedy in the Cowboy State.
An energy development concept that seemed to fit Wyoming when first proposed 40 years ago has recently been back in the news.
This idea was to establish “energy reservations” in various isolated parts of the country. And no place in the USA has the vast amounts of energy that Wyoming has. And as the least populated state in the country, we must admit we have some isolated places, too.
When you make a promise, keep it. – From Code of the West, Wyoming.
It makes sense that the larger the population base, the bigger necessity for strict rules of conduct. Places like Hong Kong, New York City and Dallas would not function well if people could not be counted on to obey the same rules and regulations.
One of the great things about the whole concept of the United States of America is that it is a fantastic melting pot of people of different nationalities, colors and creeds all coming together to form a nation of 50 different and diverse states.