I've had an opportunity to watch Dave Radford and his views are very pro business, so I'm glad to cast my vote for Dave as County Commissioner.
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Bonneville County contains some of the most scenic areas in the country, much of it on federal public lands. It has the widest range of recreation opportunities available anywhere. Additionally, we have been favored with a team of county commissioners who recognize the value of diverse recreation and support it strongly.
They also support access to public lands, assuring that valid public road access remains open to the public. This is crucial as subdivisions advance on the landscape.
Bonneville County manages the Bonneville-Bingham County Snowmobile trail system, one of the finest groomed trail systems in the state, featuring hundreds of miles of groomed trails and four cozy warming cabins. With the encouragement of the commissioners, our county recreation department aggressively competes for grants to maintain and expand the system. User fees pay for it.
The commissioners closely cooperate with our local land managers, partnering in many grants and projects. Much of this work is unrecognized and taken for granted. We're lucky. Some county commissions elsewhere do not work that way, have other interests, and are indifferent to the outdoors and the public lands within their counties.
Commissioner Dave Radford is a key part of this team. He is a lifelong snowmobiler and all around outdoorsman. He knows Bonneville County from a recreationist's perspective. We need to maintain our pro recreation county commissioner team, and need to keep Dave Radford in office.