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Re: “Buyer Would Restrict Public Access Along the Bolton Potholes

I am sorry for being so vocal but I can stress enough how much I
Love VT your state is amazing and I really do love it
More than the carribean. You guys are amazing keeps showing New England and th rest of the world how you should take care of th earth.

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Posted by Matt Sambu on 10/08/2016 at 3:25 AM

Re: “Buyer Would Restrict Public Access Along the Bolton Potholes

I want the potholes to almost become protected, not in the sense that people can swim there but in the sense that it is highly illegal to leave your garbage and food
Cans. VT is such a beautiful state I never want it
To become like mass or even New Hampshire. You are one of the last states In America even the world that cares about the environment.

Posted by Matt Sambu on 10/08/2016 at 3:24 AM

Re: “Buyer Would Restrict Public Access Along the Bolton Potholes

I may not be a local but I've been to the potholes and it's amazing I'm from mass but I know that amazing man derrin who dives into the very small middle pothole and it's really unbelievable. In mass all it is, is garbage everywhere and it's sad. I love Vermont and I hate to see the garbage at the potholes because so
Much of Vermont is beautiful.

Posted by Matt Sambu on 10/08/2016 at 3:22 AM

Re: “Buyer Would Restrict Public Access Along the Bolton Potholes

Vermont is an amazing place and I just want the same as anyone else. For the air to
Stay clean, the garbage to be only In the trash and for the state to keep caring about the environment. I love the potholes and all of Vermont and I wish all of America was like that. Sorry for all the long talk I just want the world to be as clean and wonderful as Vermont

Posted by Matt Sambu on 10/08/2016 at 3:20 AM

Re: “Buyer Would Restrict Public Access Along the Bolton Potholes

Seriously though I love Vermont and I'm sorry for spilling my guts out but I love this state and the shape that I see it In when I go to Burlington or near Okemo and I see the trash it makes me sick. I'm not a huge eco guy but at the same Time the trash alone makes me sad because (if you know Derrin of the potholes) the man that works 5 months a year to just feed himself is like a crazy scene. This is especially true In mass because everyone is so busy all the Time and never says
Hello to any body and it's like why? I
May be under 30 years old but it makes me sad to see the world is today. I just want Vermont to be clean when I have children because I want them too see what true beauty is.

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Posted by Matt Sambu on 10/08/2016 at 3:18 AM

Re: “Buyer Would Restrict Public Access Along the Bolton Potholes

Hi matt from Massachusetts here and I just needed to agree with everyone from the local residents to (even though it's been four-five years) long timers I love this place the pot holes and the whole state of Vermont because of how beautiful it is. Vermont is one of the last places I've been (US, South America, Caribbean) that I've breathed in the air and I've felt clean like there were no toxins in the air. It's crazy how even though Massachusetts is one of the "best educated" states in America mass is still a mess with all of the garbage that fills the streets even 50 miles from Boston. I want to live somewhere like Vermont just because of the fact that I want my kids to be like myself and bike everywhere and play outside. I love Vermont and I'm less than 30
And honestly I'm more in love with vermont than anywhere else in the world. Is has mountains and giant fields and clean air and it's a wonderful place. I want my children and my grand children to grow up in a place like this

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Posted by Matt Sambu on 10/08/2016 at 3:14 AM

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