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Thread: Pet Cemetery

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    Pet Cemetery

    https://www.change.org/p/prime-minis...o-pet-cemetery

    when i first heard of the development, the first thing i thought of was the pet cemetery.

    i am not asking anyone to sign the petition.
    i would never do that.

    this place is sacred ground to so many pet owners.
    i hope the aruba citizens do not allow this cemetery to be disrupted.

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    That is so sad. I hope they don't relocate the pet cemetery. For many of us our pets are a huge part of our family.
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    Horrible
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    I was surprised at the amount of development occurring from last year's visit to this year (no difference prior. Hotel plans across Rogers B, Rte 1, road work in Saventa and more beach front hotels. Also, the old area at the Aruba Port Authority seemed to have moved to Barcadera as if to be spiff up the area. Could just be me but it seemed as if Park tour traffic has doubled too (due to the bands I've seen worn, possiblycruise booking)


    Never got around to taking a picture of it, but near Frenchman's Pass (and somewhere near Noord) there was a large (maybe 6' x 9') sign proudly expressing Aruba's energy sustainable capacity which snapshots an artist's depiction of what it would look like.


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