Is the employee's name Susan by any chance, since that's the name that closes the e-mail?
I hope Skvarla, Gillespie and the GA leadership take defections like these to heart. But it's doubtful that in between luncheons at the ideologically uniform John Locke Foundation and palling around with the likes of Art Pope, any shred of conscience they have left gets any love.
If you're reading this Susan, or whatever your name is, thanks for not simply grabbing your loincloth and heading for the do. To address the incompetence of the North Carolina legislature and state regulatory agencies, citizens, public and private employees, need to make sure they understand the consequences for their actions.
But the author of the letter is right ... "when the hot summers and the drought years come back, and we get fish kills again, and maybe there's fracking going on in the sandhills - it will be the fine folks at DENR who will get blamed for the chaos. The politicians and their appointees, that did the dismantling and created the chaos, will be long gone. We know the drill."
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