Kudos to Robyn Grannis for informing us about the shady tactics
Reading that options are continuing to be studied as to what to
Twelve months and 78,200 jobs.
A previous editorial chided local government for its lack of effort at marketing the Pinnacles National Park and that the “economic behemoth” that is our nation's newest national park is being neglected, under advertised and generally ignored by the business sector and government. The reality is that benign neglect would be preferable to what may be in store for the park if the development of oil and gas resources is allowed in San Benito County. Over 100 years ago, the Pinnacles gained protection from miners and resource interests intent on despoiling this priceless natural wonder. The park, with its host of unique rock formations and species, is once again in danger but this time the danger is posed by an external threat.
What if we lived in a country with mad government disease;
SBC Planning Commission Made Right Decision on Hotel
After reading the recent articles in your paper covering fracking, I wanted to share my recent experience with you regarding the anti-fracking group, Aromas Cares For the Environment. I did not want what I consider their extremist one-sided views to go unchallenged. Please read my comments below and at least consider that there is a side to the story that you will not hear listening only to members of "Aromas Cares for the Environment". I am sure I would be hoping for to much to wish for you to place my comments in the editorial section of your paper, but I think they would serve the community well to read them.
In his recent commentary in the Free Lance, (Feb. 26-28), Paul
I ask for and accept dissenting views and constructive criticism