During a campaign, it sure is nice to have the media help with political propaganda.
I have heard no one that is against the purchase of the 16 acres. Go back and watch the public comment at the District meetings.
Some had questions, but there was no opposition to them purchasing the property.
Even Mr Ulancey has never been against the purchase of the 16 acres, he just wanted them to play the same rules, everyone else does. He found out later that since they are a state commission, they get to play buy different rules.
You spend a lot time in your article bashing Ulasey, but then site two others for giving donations to Angleoff's campaign.
After Dale stated he thinks shipping doesn't work on Humboldt Bay, you seem amazed that a terminal owner and a business man would support his opponent.
Here are the real issues in this campaign.
Dale is for competing with the all ready struggling business parks in Arcata and Eureka, and raising oysters for the company he works for.
Angleoff sees Humboldt Bay as an economic engine that will help pull Humboldt County out of the economic hole we are in. Not only does he believe in aquaculture, and recreation, but he believes that the real way to bring back living wage jobs is to revitalize the deep water port.
More living wage jobs, means more taxes, which means everyone's taxes go down.
If you like Brown act violations, go to a Harbor District meeting. Its scary how much goes on behind closed doors around there. Oh yea, guess who is heading the new AHHA committee, yup Mike Wilson.
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Apr 27, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 17
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