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Re: “Roads and Redwoods

Today, 11:34 a.m. I too attended the Richardson Grove forum held at the Bayside Grange. The main reason for my attendance was to educate myself on the proposed project. Prior to the forum, (which was more like a rally), I had read information that was on the SRG web site, opinions, newspaper articles, and listen open mindedly to business concerns. This blog has managed to take the Cal Trans project and turn it in to a fight between the enviromentalist and the business many of whom are one in the same. My question is this: have you ever sat down with the local businesses to discuss their needs (like the NCJ did)? It seems that while you claim to be doing your homework regarding STAA trucks that you'd look at the project from both sides (because you've managed to turn this into a them vs. us situation)instead of wasting time spreading rumors-- host a real "forum" or roundtable discussion with the local businesses and the environmentalist to discuss needs and concerns of our community instead of relying on information or in this case misinformation of content located here in this blog. Quit spreading ingornance and hate through this blog and taking pot shots at your neighbors.

Posted by dfb on 04/19/2010 at 11:51 AM

Re: “Et Tu, Grovie?

I too attended the Richardson Grove forum held at the Bayside Grange. The main reason for my attendance was to educate myself on the proposed project. Prior to the forum, (which was more like a rally), I had read information that was on the SRG web site, opinions, newspaper articles, and listen open mindedly to business concerns. This blog and the one under Cristina's well written article, have managed to take the Cal Trans project and turn it in to a fight between the enviromentalist and the business many of whom are one in the same. My question is this: have you ever sat down with the local businesses to discuss their needs (like the NCJ did)? It seems that while you claim to be doing your homework regarding STAA trucks that you'd look at the project from both sides (because you've managed to turn this into a them vs. us situation)instead of wasting time spreading rumors-- host a real "forum" or roundtable discussion with the local businesses and the environmentalist to discuss needs and concerns of our community instead of relying on information or in this case misinformation of content located here in this blog. Quit spreading ingornance and hate through this blog and taking pot shots at your neighbors.

Posted by dfb on 04/19/2010 at 11:34 AM

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