Save the Burley Lagoon

Discussion in 'Saltwater' started by Sonny, Feb 7, 2009.

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What is the best solution for Burley Lagoon/ 302?

Build North of the lagoon by building a road off Hwy16 15 vote(s) 34.9%
302 is fine the way it is don't do anything. 4 vote(s) 9.3%
Just destroy the lagoon and build a bridge through the middle of it 24 vote(s) 55.8%
  1. Tyler Watters Stickin' pigs.

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    Gig Harbor, Washington
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    Shame on yall. She is a nice girl.
  2. Blktailhunter Active Member

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    Bainbridge Island, WA
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    Just my two cents. One bridge to Bainbridge is plenty. We like it just the way it is........
  3. hendersonbaylocal Member

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    Seattle WA
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    You might want to look at a map.
  4. Ringlee Doesn't care how you fish Moderator

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    Somewhere you don't know about, WA
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    Thats Awesome!!!!
  5. Bob Balder Willing to learn anything...

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    Seattle
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    I think my biggest problem is someone trying to bring their fight here. I can understand if it's a long standing (or even a fairly new member) doing it, as long as they've participated on the site. But this is pure trolling for support over a bridge that is going to displace the original poster (I do believe he said he'd have to move). So I see some bias there. Especially over how he worded the poll above. No class at all IMHO.

    Jerry you have just said it all.
    A poll of this nature and the ensuing thread, has in my opinion, no place on this forum when originated by someone trolling for support. I quite frankly find it offensive and without merit.
    Perhaps the Seattle Times or a similar liberlal rag would be a better forum for this.
    Just my two pennies.
  6. Blktailhunter Active Member

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    Bainbridge Island, WA
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    Don't need a map and we don't need any more mainlanders than we already get....

    Fyi... I was referring to Drylylarry's and Native Transplant's "Bainbridge Island" ploy posts