Byron Kitchens: Eyesores depend |

Byron Kitchens: Eyesores depend

My name is Byron Kitchens. I was born in the Hayden Hospital on Dec. 31, 1951. I have lived in this valley most of my life, and I plan to die right here.

I just want to say that I’m not pointing a finger at anyone. I think there is way too much of that in our society today anyway. There was an article written a few days back about Ike’s Transmission being an eyesore, and I agree that to some people it might be, but if you’re looking for a car you are restoring, it may be real pretty.

But while we’re on the subject of eyesores, I want to offer my opinion. Since I’ve been here, I’ve seen wild animal farms spring up here, and some of them are real nice and the animals aren’t even aware of their confinement. But I’ve seen others where the animals have no shade, no natural foliage and very little space to roam. To me that’s an eyesore.


Byron Kitchens

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