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Thoughts on Cochise County Supervisor Peggy Judd's involvement in the Jan. 6 events at the US Capitol?

Judd has come under fire for traveling to Washington, D.C. with her family to participate in a pro-Trump effort to overturn the election results. The violent mob broke into the U.S. Capitol and left several casualties.

The Herald/Review reprinted Judd's full statement here. In it, she writes, "Almost home and to the end of a long journey with family to our nation's capitol. A beautiful place that we the people have built and maintain with our blood sweat and tears.

It was a perfect way to show solidarity and willingness to stand for something that my family and most of my friends feel strongly about. The unacceptable violence was not a part of the plan. It was condemned by all, including the peaceful, tired and cold protesters, our nation's leaders, even President Trump. I also condemn it!"

I'll post thoughts from community members who have submitted letters to the editor in the replies below. 

What do you think? Should Judd resign?

Cochise County District 3 Supervisor Peggy Judd
Cochise County District 3 Supervisor Peggy Judd
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JO Roberts
Natural Resource Specialist & Conservation Biologist

Border Barrier Remediation Plan– Pima County, Santa Cruz County, and Cochise County- Press Release January 2022

View Looking into Mexico from the Military Encampment from the Slaughter Ranch
View Looking into Mexico from the Military Encampment from the Slaughter Ranch

Some of you may be dialed into the subject of U.S. Custom and Border Patrol issues arising out of the halted construction of the "Border Barrier" a.k.a. the "Border Wall" through professional and conservation organizations. But it is very important for the CBP to hear from all sides when evaluating the path forward to address life and safety, including the protection of the public, USBP agents, and nearby communities from potential harms, and to avert further environmental damage or degradation. CBP is looking for feedback on the Tucson Sector Remediation Plan and is accepting substantive comments until February 3, 2022. Current conditions of the border barrier project sites can be viewed here: https://bit.ly/3pR6sN8

For more information go to https://www.cbp.gov/document/environmental-assessments/border-barrier-remediation-plan-pima-county-santa-cruz-county-and

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JO Roberts
Natural Resource Specialist & Conservation Biologist

Conserving Natural Resources- Providing education and support to students and adults on enhancement of natural resources.

HEREFORD NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION DISTRICT (HNRCD) BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Notice to the Public for Regular BOS Meeting.

HEREFORD NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION DISTRICT (HNRCD) BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Public Notice  is hereby given to the members of the Hereford NRCD and to the general public that the Board of Supervisors will hold a Regular Meeting open to the public on Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 5:00 P.M.

The meeting will take place at: The Palominas Fire District Training Center Facility 9222 S. Kings Ranch Rd., Hereford, AZ 85615

Access Agenda at:HNRCD-DOCUMENTS-AND-INFORMATION (herefordnrcd.com)

JO Roberts
Natural Resource Specialist & Conservation Biologist

Working together to enhance our natural resources - Download Agenda at http://www.herefordnrcd.com/HNRCD-DOCUMENTS-AND-INFORMATION.html

Hereford NRCD Public Notice of Board of Supervisor Meeting
Hereford NRCD Public Notice of Board of Supervisor Meeting