A Small-Town Affair 

Carnelian Cove was a fiction, but she just knew there was something truly Humboldt about it!

The environmentalists were at it again. Complaining that the waterfront project was going to ruin their town. That the environmental impact studies were flawed. That the whole process was corrupt. The project proponents just didn't get it. Why wouldn't people want such…

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