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Letter: Let's prevent nightmare of pollution for our kids

Published January 4, 2014 1:01 am
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I had a terrible dream last night. I saw the whole Salt Lake Valley under some kind of tent, covering every house, school, church and building, and I heard a child talking to his father.

"Daddy, was there really a time when a little boy could run and play outside?" "Yes, son, I've heard of that time."

"And Daddy what was the color of the sky?" "Why, son, I've heard it was blue, a gorgeous blue."

"Well Daddy, why didn't somebody do something to keep it that way?"

Jacqueline Roblez





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