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lrjarhead
 Friday, December 19 2008 @ 11:07 am EST (Read 1332 times)  
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Was perusing Arkansas Sky Observatory site and under the heading of ASO news saw where Dr. Clay was doing battle with Arkansas Parks over airfield beacon installed at an old (and very seldom used) airstrip not far from his obsevatory. While it looks like he's taken the "bull by the horns" and has the situation under control, I'm personally embaresed that I didn't see this sooner and offer support of some kind. I'm also somewhat chagrined that someone else in AOAS didn't see this and bring it to the clubs' attention. Comments?


 
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