they should add at the end of the non-apology something like, "nothing will ever be good enough for the haters who consider themselves the arbiters of good and evil." It worked so well for Dan Johnson!
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service banned lead ammo for waterfowl hunting in 1991. Which is a good thing: less lead in lakes and wetlands is a good thing for everyone, human and wildlife.
Aren't people able to trade in lead ammo for non-lead ammo now? Would be good to get the word out about that.
In other words, Caltrans needs to come up with a plan that is consistent with the Coastal Act, provides bike/ped access, and plans for sea level rise.
these guys are some of the looniest whackadoodles in Humboldt County. They've wasted thougsands of hours of public agency staff time on utter nonsense, all because they want to ride their horses anywhere they please. Some places allow horses, some places don't. Get over it.
I can't see any more need for WalMart than I have for KMart. Every time I've tried to save gas by going to KMart, they don't even have what I'm after. When they didn't have champagne glasses on New Year's, I gave it up for good--waste of time. Plus I hate supporting those kind of stores, even if it saves gas. And their clothes are cheap crap that fall apart after 3 washes.
As long as they aren't building on an environmentally sensitive spot, whatever. The Bayshore Mall used to be coastal marsh but is not likely to be again anytime soon. Condos or apartments would be a better use for the land--maybe someday.
so much hate and vitriol, no wonder nothing positive ever gets done around here.
According to a post above, "From a planning perspective, one mechanism for streamlining development is to create business and industrial parks."
See Arcata for a local success story. Eureka may want to take note. All the whining about environmentalists blocking economic development is rather absurd when you compare Eureka and Arcata in terms of expansion of business in recent years. Not to mention property values.
PS--Baykeeper has filed two lawsuits in its entire 6 years in existence. Two. Both successful.
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