Before we go, we will paste a comment from the robust discussion at the Weber County Forum on the matter. It is time for Phase II, as the author of this post so eloquently recommends.
Here it is:
Before the county held their ground and said the town council needed to be fair, the foes of Powderville created a strategy to bankrupt the perpetrators. This all went dormant as the courts did their thing, and now it is time to launch the next phase of the strategy which is legal, focused and deadly. Generally speaking, we expected this outcome and our plans are now timely.It is time for all activists to stand up for our Powderville neighbors!!!
We have all been quiet for awhile, but expect the activists to re-emerge.
Update 6/17/09 2:34 pm: Check out Weber County Forum's latest (6/17/09) post on this topic, which offers a totally different (and slightly more optimistic) spin:
Powder Mountain Update: Powder Mountain Dispute Isn't Even Close to Being Over Yet
Powderville citizens have no reason to bring out the "crying towels" yet.
"It's not over until it's over." - Yogi Berra