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Re: “Coastal Commission Gives Conditional Go-Ahead to Caltrans' 101 Corridor Project

Bike trail, YES! Safer merging, big YESS!! Trying to remove my source of income and valuable opportunities for local business to promote themselves and make an honest legal living in this county, NO! Before people continue to spout off their anti-billboard rants please understand that these boards are not all about some mega corporation that kills small seal pups for fun. Many of these boards are owned by 100% local companies, the ones that will most likely be removed as we do not have the legal or finical power to defend our way of business. And the boards that are owned by a large company, they are sold by me, a ten year resident of this community. They are located on property owned by local land owners who receive income from them, they are maintained and worked on using local people and local materials. They may not be the most attractive structures in the world, but lots of things are unsightly, should we tear down the mill at CA redwood and just layoff all its employees so people don't have to look at an industrial operation tucked behind the eucalyptus trees? Fact is this counties small business utilize these boards and depend on these boards, we are the only county in the entire state that is completely sold out and have been for over a year. Further more most markets are 60%-40% national/local business advertising on billboards, Humboldt county is over 90% local business! Sorry for the rant but if these boards go, so does my business, my employees and my family....

Posted by Geoff on 09/18/2013 at 11:27 PM

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