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Letters (July 20, 2016)

Brian Hurt of Grist Creek Aggregates is currently negotiating with the Mendocino Air Quality Management District to resume rubberized asphalt production on Outlet Creek in Longvale.…

Letters (July 13, 2016)

I found out late last night that due to a lack of ticket sales and substantial sponsorship our producer Chad Rea is cancelling the Cannabis Country Fair. We apologize for…

Letters (July 6, 2016)

The power elites own the two political parties in the United States. To control the outcome of an election, at the voter level, they deploy two main strategies to motivate…

Letters (Jun 29, 2016)

The giant old-growth stumps still standing within the 300 acres of the new Dogwood Timber Harvest Plan slated for the Gualala River have a story to tell. They are the…

Letters (Jun 22, 2016)

Wow, I was just told of your recent pieces concerning my marriage to county supervisor Dan Hamburg! Your source must be someone very close to Dan, to judge from the…

Letters (Jun 15, 2016)

As an AVA contributing journalist and a Measure V ballot proponent I would like to personally thank the voters who recognized public safety is more important than a lumber company‚Äôs…

Letters (Jun 8, 2016)

A part of the Russian Gulch State Park is imperiled by plans for a new waste transfer station. The Revised Environmental Impact Report for the Central Coast Solid Waste Transfer…

Letters (Jun 1, 2016)

Measure V is a public safety ordinance written and supported by local experienced firefighters and others in our community. Retired CalFire Air Attack Captain Kirk Van Patten is a primary…

Letters (May 25, 2016)

At the Hospital Planning meeting on Tuesday, the proposal was made to close Labor and Delivery at our hospital. If you know younger members of the community, especially our young women,…

Letters (May 18, 2016)

First of all, I'm not against medical marijuana or the eventual legalization of recreational use of such drug. What I am against is the lax zoning ordinances that have permitted…

Letters (May 11, 2016)

Stuart Campbell committed the most egregious breach of ethics I have seen in the over 20 years I have served on various boards and commissions. This is ironic, of course,…

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