For those of you that don't get The Columbian in print or online, here is the article from yesterday's paper.
County commissioners voted 3-0 on Tuesday to approve the Lower Daybreak Regional Park master plan, acknowledging that there’s no funding in sight but recognizing that formally adopting the plan opens up the possibility of receiving grants for the project.
This is a victory for the horse community in that extensive equine facilities are planned for the area. Clark County Executive Horse Council and interested individuals have worked for may years to get the county to ok something like this. There is no money to accomplish the plan right now but just having it ok'd is a start.
Many thanks to Butch Reynolds, president of the Clark County Executive Horse Council for getting this passed. It is a good thing............