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Which is worse:  historic snowfall or smoky summer?
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Which is worse: historic snowfall or smoky summer?

Historic snow!

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Smoky summer!

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Historic snow!

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S C
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S C

Because of no help on our streets!

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Brandy Barr
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Brandy Barr

BECAUSE WITH SMOKE YOU CAN AT LEAST GET TO TOWN. NOT LIKE WITH THE SNOW RIGHT NOW THAT THE COUNTY DOES NOT PLOW ALL ROADS!!!

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Richard Dillard
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Richard Dillard

This creates more problems in every way.

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Sarah Taylor
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Sarah Taylor

Because you can still breath, but its really cold

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Michelle Thompson
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Michelle Thompson

Fires can spread uncontrollably and if we don't have water to fight it we could be looking at another Paradise CA.

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Debbie Mayberry
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Debbie Mayberry

When the heat and smoke levels are elevated I can't breath, I can't get out and enjoy nature, I can't get out and do anything. I physically shut down. The snow is hard to navigate. But you can ilve

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Cristal Cheri
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Cristal Cheri

Smokey summer brings health issues to the impaired with compromised systems. Snow will always melt away.

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Lauralyn Kathleen Searcy
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Lauralyn Kathleen Searcy

I can drive and work with a mask when it's Smokey. I can't however clear 3 feet of snow in my tiny Mazda 3 😂

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Judi Vanderpool
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Judi Vanderpool

We're stuck here in the cold and snow. With smoke we can get out of town if need be!

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Caleb Wolf
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Caleb Wolf

Well it's just snow after all. Way better then a smokey summer. I like not having campfire restrictions when I'm out in the woods

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Makaila Mosher-Crawford
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Makaila Mosher-Crawford

I would rather have lots of snow than air I can't breathe in.

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Smoky summer!

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DeBacker Melis
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DeBacker Melis

Fresh air is good on the lungs❄⛄

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Amee Waley
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Amee Waley

Smoke is more damaging for your health, the environment and the animals. It has a longer lasting and damaging effect on the ecosystem .

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Gramma Jean
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Gramma Jean

Smoky summers mean poor forest management. It's months and months, whereas the snow is only a couple of weeks.

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Kim Varner
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Kim Varner

Smokey summer was horrible enough to pollute our air quality so much it made our air toxic. I’ll take the snow any day! No problem there.

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Leslie Ann
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Leslie Ann

I can't breath well when it's smokey. Causes other illnesses too.

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TresMap_USA
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TresMap_USA

So preventable with proper forest management. Air sucks and impacts quality of life. It's so miserable. I can't stand it. Snow any day!

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Cathy Jensen
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Cathy Jensen

Severe health hazard

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Greta Dean
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Greta Dean

Because it goes on every sunmer

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Sam Handelman
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Sam Handelman

Snow is natural and fun. No fun in smoke, Finally, smoke is dangerous to human, but individuals create their own hazard in winter.

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CJ Johnson
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CJ Johnson

Snow is beautiful...you can play in it, exercise from shoveling, brings neighbors out helping each other, and so so much more. There is not ONE thing good about smoke in the air.

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Chris Crandall
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Chris Crandall

Fire can be dangerous.

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Gail Tirado
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Gail Tirado

The smoky summers active my Migraines, so I would much rather dig myself out from a huge snow storm then be down for weeks with a migraine!

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Jill Bernard
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Jill Bernard

The smoke KILLS me! It hurts to breathe and you can't escape it. It's in the house, car, you smell it everywhere!

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Cheyenne Skalaba Jensen
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Cheyenne Skalaba Jensen

Because you can breath through winter you have trouble breathing through smoke

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Rodger Blank
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Rodger Blank

This is preventable. I’ve had enough of our summers ruined !

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Valerie Ray
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Valerie Ray

My son has chronic lung disease and cant be in the smoke, but he can at least play in the snow

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Ann Harbert Evensen
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Ann Harbert Evensen

I have respiratory issues that are greatly aggravated by smoke.

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Cliff Bidwell
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Cliff Bidwell

More water in the ground, less fires

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John Skisumo
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John Skisumo

The smoke is bad for your lungs, removal of snow is good exercise.

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Regan Ertle
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Regan Ertle

The snow is awesome and we need it!. I can't breathe or get outside with weeks of smoke

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Kim Yager-Gilchrist
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Kim Yager-Gilchrist

At least we can get outside, breath and enjoy the outdoors!

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BillandEllen Deyoung
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BillandEllen Deyoung

I can still breathe while shoveling snow. Can’t say the same for the Smokey summers.

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Connie Gehring
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Connie Gehring

Its harder on your lungs.

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Amber Wallender-Phillips
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Amber Wallender-Phillips

Smoke is the worst you cant breathe. Snow is alot of work to remove but at least is smells wonderful

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Randy Kerr
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Randy Kerr

When it snows the air is clean. Not so with fire.

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Richard Head
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Richard Head

I can't stand the smoke. Snow is awesome and shoveling just crushes calories. Then I don't feel guilty for enjoying a beer or three.

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Gerry Demuth
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Gerry Demuth

I can breathe while I’m shoveling snow but I can’t when it’s a hot smoky summer

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Matthew Carter
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Matthew Carter

I can at least go outside and breath when there is a few feet of snow on the ground.

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Phillip Lipin
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Phillip Lipin

Playing outside in the smoke is terrible. You can play in the snow wherever you are and make winter more fun. Summer gets ruined with smoke

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Have your views on masks changed in the recent months?

Have your views on masks changed in the recent months?

Yes they've had!

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No, my views haven't changed!

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Yes they've had!

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No, my views haven't changed!

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Greg Moore
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Greg Moore

I have never believed in mask mandates, so my views have not changed. Wear one if you want, and leave everyone else alone. Wear one around those at high-risk, otherwise they are pointless. How anyone supports mask mandates is beyond me.

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Have you ever had mail stolen?

Yes

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No

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Yes

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No

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