It went on, and on, and on, like the subject just always seems to do.
At most Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission meetings the portion that gives the public a chance to comment on topics not on the day’s agenda takes four or five minutes. Sometimes there’s not a comment made.
But Thursday afternoon about 30 people attending the meeting in Topeka endured a grueling 45 minutes of chat on a topic of little real importance before the commission could get down to real business.
The topic that didn’t want to die on Thursday is the one that hasn’t wanted to die for decades.
You guessed it – Kansas mountain lions. This time the request and following debate was on the immediate need for a no-holds-barred open season on the creatures.
More to come on Sunday’s outdoors page.