Some of you may complain about the way redevelopment money was spent in Eureka, but having watched the process and then moved and seen what happened to the money where I am now, I must say Eureka really got a terrific bang for the bucks spent!
If some articles are going to include profanity, why not put, ARTICLE INCLUDES EFIN PROFANITY READERS BEWARE at the top. Kind of like a switch on your tv!
just after the last earthquake I installed the u s g s system on my smartphone. within a week the earthquake in haiti came on my screen. I hope for the best for everybody.
I've seen things happen on arts alive night that were questionable. So many people, and no room for cars. Many horses LOVE this sort of work. Cars are the problem, especially on arts alive night.
I can see it now. In fact, really, I CAN see it now. I'm near Tehama county where they have given the large ranches the right to grow much more than a resident. In fact, some residences can't grow at all, based on a 1000 foot "buffer zone" and after this part was voted in, another "registration fee" system voted in, and a "hemp festival law" voted in, ect ect The conservative small goverment folks rubbing their hands in glee as they expand governance. Ranch land is now more valuable than ever.
. I quote:
A proposed medical marijuana ordinance crafted by Tehama County calls for limits on the number of plants that can be grown. The draft can be found online by clicking on "Current issues" at www.co.tehama.ca.us. Under the rules, cultivation of more than the following number of plants, indoor or outdoor, would be considered a public nuisance:
Twenty acres or fewer, no more than 12 mature plants or 24 immature plants.
Greater than 20 acres but fewer than 160 acres, no more than 30 mature plants or 60 immature plants.
One hundred sixty acres or greater, a maximum of 99 plants regardless of size.
Although I do not live there at this time, I must say, the funds spent (and lost) versus funds made really do not show that this would be a viable project. THAT ALONE might be enough normally to kill this project. But, when two apposing parties with strong ideological (or lack of logical) platforms begin to fight, any reasonable thought is thrown out.
Has anyone put up a sheet, showing the financial pros and cons. I can assure you there is little to gain financially ! Especially if you factor in the supposed losses because of the fact that STAA trucks are not allowed at this point, but factor in the losses ALL BUSINESSES had because of the economic downturn.
So, really, does California have the money for this project ? At what expense ? Shut down a few more schools, fire a few more teachers.. it goes on and on.
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Dec 19, 2013
vol XXIV issue 51
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