The last month’s letters to the editor, not sorted in any particular order.
I will re-establish a true environmental crimes unit that addresses real issues and doesn’t waste our time or your money on vanity cases and political grandstanding.
The problem is that Measure Q includes some highly questionable – and expensive – projects.
On the other hand, when a band of arrogant and self-serving lawyers comes to the village and essentially threatens our volunteers that they will sue us if we attempt to protect ourselves by weed whacking the tall grass and non native invasive species growing between the tracks in the middle of our village – this is where a thinking man in the hills of California is challenged to action.
Caitlin, Jake and Nick
EPIC should be careful of what it has stepped into. EPIC cannot deny that its over-the-top vehemence toward our self-generated and honestly executed clean-up plan is nothing more than a bully tactic to stop any activity on the railroad, except what they command their local political minions to carry out.
If you believe as I do, that we actually create our own future, then the most important issue in any election is really the character of the candidates as leaders. After our decades of culture wars, I submit that character is far more important than political prosecutions. I urge everyone to look beyond canned rhetoric and shrewd tactics.
The Arcata Eye, Arcata Chamber of Commerce and KHSU 90.5 FM, in cooperation with the City of Arcata, will co-sponsor a City Council Candidate Forum Thursday, Thursday, Oct. 7 from 7 to 9 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
I loved Arcata for 74 years, but I think the romance is over, however I like the Arcata Eye and will continue taking it.
Vote. Party on. Repeat.