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  1. Once development starts you won’t be able to stop it

  2. Richard Fallis says:

    This is outrageous taking a resource for young people and making it into housing for 26 people. I would like to know what is going to happen to the stuff contributed to the camp and what about the buildings? You can’t imagine how devastating this is to the former scouts alive and dead that learned how to be good citizens and get along with their environment. Also survival. Thanks Twin Rivers for nothing. I agree with Michael Ashley once this starts the rest of the area is at risk.

  3. Marie McGill says:

    Having had 4 sons in the scouts, I am sad with this development. And, how will this development affect our community at Mt.Lake, only 3 miles away? 30 years of tranquility, gone…

  4. Marie McGill says:

    HAVING HAD 4 SONS IN THE SCOUTS, I AM SAD WITH THIS DEVELOPMENT. also, HOW WILL THIS DEVELOPMNET AFFECT OUR COMJMUNITY AT MT. lAKE, ONLY 3 MILES AWAY? 30 YEARS OF TRANQUILITY, GONE./..

  5. Bob Youker says:

    I was a camper at Woodworth Lake Scout Camp the very first week it was opened in the 1940s and later a counselor in the 1950s. The boy scouts are going down the drain and there is just no way they can afford to keep the camp open. Blame our culture not the boy scouts! Bob

  6. Peter Rumrill says:

    What a travesty! I, too, camped there in 1949 when it first opened and camped at Hines Pond the year before. What happened to forever wild? Why didn’t some conservation group or the State buy it for preservation? At $1,000 per acre it sold too cheap. Sounds like the Council got rooked.

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