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Please visit the Mountain Voices Alliance webpage: http://www.mvalliance.net/

Mountain Voices works to preserve and protect the environment, including the natural beauty, abundant resources, quality of life and cultural heritage of our communities. They achieve their goals by working with local governments, developers, organizations and individuals to encourage responsible and sustainable development that is in the best interest of citizens, visitors, and future generations.

Here are videos from their website:

====>Click to view "Save Our Slopes"

Save Our Slopes TV ads - 3-07

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====>Click to view "Save Our Slopes"

Save Our Slopes TV ad - 2-07

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====>Click to view "Developer Threatens Resident with Lawsuit"

Developer Threatens Resident with Lawsuit - WLOS Newscast - 2-07
UPDATE: Beth Woody did not succumb to the developers threat and as of 3/28/07 has not heard a word form him.

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====>Click to view "Erosion video from Rivercrest Subdivision"

A developer's unbridled lust for gold takes some of the peace and tranquility out of a retired couple's golden years. The newly adopted Storm Water Ordinance by Buncombe County comes too late for this couple and many more citizens like them. The court system is our best hope for now. Citizens should rally in support of each lawsuit against a developer. Only when predatory developers realize that citizens are not afraid to use the court system and that ill-gotten gains are at risk will this problem end. This video requires Quicktime. For a free download of QuickTime 7 for Windows, go to www.apple.com/quicktime/win.html.

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====>Click to view "CIBO TV Attack ad #1 - 1-07"

CIBO TV Attack ad #1 - 1-07

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====>Click to view "CIBO TV Attack ad #2 - 3-07"

CIBO TV Attack ad #2 - 3-07

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====>Click to view "Bunkum: New video from "WNCNN" - April 2007"

Bunkum: New video from "WNCNN" - April 2007

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