Does this individual not realize this is not the Kootenay image we are trying to portray? Homeowners who take pride in their homes do not want to live beside a junkyard, which also attracts unwanted animals.
We live in such a beautiful area. Why do some people feel it is okay to junk it up with garbage and old vehicles? My question is: do some people feel it is a status symbol to have junk on their properties? “Kootenay image,” I think not.
Ron Snyder, Nelson