Apples to oranges? The only thing the Alton interchange has in common with Richardson Grove is that Caltrans is improving the highway. How many more people needed to die while Hanson held out for more money for two acres of land he had polluted with toxic waste?
The way I heard it, from an old time Fortuna resident, is the land Caltrans needed had previously been home to an un-permitted junk yard, and was polluted with oil and other automotive fluids. With that in mind the offer from Caltrans seems VERY generous.
So, try again to sneak in a swipe at Caltrans for Richardson Grove. That is the REAL reason for this letter, right?
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Sep 29, 2016
vol XXVII issue 39
The Last Days of the Budget Motel
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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