The SNRA consists of 756,000 acres. Since there are 43,560 square feet per acre, this means that the recreation area holds 32,931,360,000 square feet. Therefore, the 970 square feet about which Mr. Phillips complains, takes up a 1 / 41,166,350.5 portion.
If beetles burn off the region around the
Crashes of various sorts occur around
Great jumping Jehoshaphat, we have waited amply enough for some potentially lifesaving towers in our SNRA. Let us quit quibbling about these technological enhancing gifts and allow, without further adieu, these beacons of safety to be installed, Godspeed, in this logical spot, by a company who is visibly sensitive to impacts this will bring, both good and bad.