I'm afraid Mr Stellohs needs to come off his high horse. The MOCA group is all volunteers from completely diverse interests trying to reach agreement on a highly controversial issue. They have done quite well, and Mr Stelloh's need to inject some controversy to the story is just self serving. Just trying to sell the story - not report it.
And speaking of high horse's: Ms Savages comments were completely inappropriate. Ms. Savage is a very well paid representative of a major environmental organization, but has done nothing to help us organize in this process - even though she's one of the only one's being compensated.
The least Ms Savage could do to help the process would be to shut up and not make it worse.
It so easy to point fingers at everyone else. High and mighty is easy. Try getting down in the trenches with the people.
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Jan 19, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 3
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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