River Forest is gonna kill bambi and its mother in the latest public relations snafu for the village’s partner in crime. Instead of capturing the deer and possibly releasing them elsewhere we will have a bunch of Rambos shooting them to death. Of course, there are no normal predators to eliminate the excess deer but there is no need to kill them, right? Capture and release sounds like a bleeding-heart alternative but think of it as making sure that a population does not become stagnant due to knee jerk relations of short-sighted administrations.
Funny how the decision goes straight to killing when property values are at stake, which in the end is the moral fortitude of these two villages connected together, just plain pitiful. Money as become the motivator behind every decision that the administrations of these two villages make. All the while operating under guise of some beaming light on the hill, above all reproach, with some type of superhero moral center that cannot be compromised. But when property is damaged then these villages go on the warpath ready to eliminate anyone or anything that stands in the way of making a buck or increase property values.
Now, that is not to say that getting rich, nor increase or maintaining property values is a bad thing. At this point it seems like it is now the only thing that matters. Regression of moral standards making the villages just other bunch of organizations moneygrubbing for more cash to grab up, willing to do the extreme if its cost effective and morally bankrupt. River Forest and Oak Park go hand in hand with their ability to look the other way, making both less than what they are. Now, being just “another community” with this issue and instead of maintaining the moral high ground it likes to espouse these Bonnie and Clyde villages will wallow in the muck while saving a buck.