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Doesn’t it always come down to money? We worry about our next paycheck, paying mounting bills, affording the necessities, providing our children with a chance to receive higher education, having enough money to retire. With the Obama administration’s new stimulus package, The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, communities throughout the United States have waited with bated breath to find out how much of the economic pie they will receive.Whether a critic or supporter of the economic plan, the plan is billed as a strategic step to dig our way out of economic peril that is compared to the next Great Depression. Some buy it and some don’t.As the Obama administration introduced the plan, local governments wondered how it would be distributed, and average citizens questioned how it would help us again believe in the American dream. Fortunately, El Paso County has been given a share of the lot, some of which will filter down to Falcon and eastern El Paso County. In this issue of The New Falcon Herald, Natalie Gowen reports about how big Falcon’s slice of the pie will be.Kathleen Wallace delves into conservation easement trust programs, which strive to put money back into the pockets of ranchers and farmers in the form of tax credits. Not everyone is happy with the program, though.Jerry Maguire couldn’t have said it better: Show me the money!– Stefani, Michelle and the NFH team

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