Well Bob in my opinion you should of just stopped writing. Sooner or later someone is going to get really ticked off that you keep going to sources that you know haven't got it right in the past. It's either that or you have some kind of private agenda here to help the Dimmick Ranch along. Or maybe you are just lazy. I have heard your sympathies personally. You have a right to those but you should keep them out of your reports to the public. Do the work of looking up the source documents. Quit thinking about your freebies if you are. You never sat through the other 17 days of the hearing yet you still write like you did. You still don't know the entire story. And now you aren't doing a great job of covering the aftermath. The public deserves better. The owners of the NorthCoast Journal deserve better. The Mateel deserved better. The Community of Southern Humboldt deserves better. You are Humboldt's version of Fox News. By the way Mr. Dimmick was aware months in advance of the economic crisis that this bill would have to be paid yet didn't have the funds available to pay it? Why would anyone enter into a settlement like that not knowing they'd have to pay it. The judge finally had to rule to get him to pay it. Great guy that you apparently think him to be. I'd disagree with you. As far as I know the Mateel has never discussed taking Reggae on the River to the Community Park but thanks for stirring up that pot which also can be considered to benefit the Dimmick Ranch. Just because you don't Mateel people who try to focus on the responsibility and integrity of your journalism doesn't mean you have to use your publishing power to make the Mateel's burden greater.
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In Print This Week:
Sep 29, 2016
vol XXVII issue 39
The Last Days of the Budget Motel
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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