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The woman who leads the White House Council on Environmental Quality was in Bend Wednesday. Nancy Sutley was at Sunnyside Sports Wednesday morning hearing from people in the recreation business, how the government could help improve business. Co-owner Don Dunleet says he gave Sutley some advice on making it easier to put in mountain bike trails. “I'm a long time environmentalist and these don't do any damage, not motorcycles or ATV. So streamline it, get it going, trials close to big cities. It’ll help.” Dunleet says the forest service can put up a lot of road blocks to building these trails, that he says attract people to Central Oregon.

 

 

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