Defund the DCR, especially H3332, historical parkways, to protect the animals and trees of our world.
The belligerently irresponsible Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation includes among the policies in its sanctified Charles River Master Plan, the goal of killing off or driving away all resident animals in the Charles River Basin or whatever it can get away with.
This includes heartless abuse including deliberate starvation tactics and deliberate destruction of environment.
The Charles River White Geese are only the most visible victims of this anti-animal pogrom.
The corrupt practices used by the Cambridge Machine to keep or expand the DCR’s destructive behavior show dramatically just how out of touch the DCR and Cambridge are with responsible environmental behavior, not just on the Charles River, but in the ongoing destruction of the irreplaceable Alewife reservation as well.
This is a rotten bureaucracy which has routinely lied about its own behavior and the belligerent corruption of its supporters says everything.
The DCR should be destroyed and its responsibilities split up among responsible agencies.
If the DCR cannot be destroyed, the Massachusetts Legislature's House Bill H3332's section concerning historical parkways should be struck inasmuch as this destroys hundreds of healthy trees between the BU Bridge and the Longfellow Bridge. The DCR used flat out lying of “disease” in 2009 when they sought Obama funds for the same destruction.
The proven destroyers with their record of corrupt tactics to sucker in well meaning folks, are supporting the following amendments to the House Budget: Amendment #648: DCR State Parks & Recreation, Amendment #780: DCR Seasonal Staffing