April 1, 2015
Airport expansion project gone awry or Aztec-inspired sacrificial?
The mayors of the Monterey Peninsula admitted today that the mammoth cinder block monument rising menacingly skyward along the side of Highway 68 is not really related to airport expansion, but is instead a modern sacrificial meant to propitiate the gods of the State Water Resources Control Board. Read the rest of this entry »
August 4, 2011
Humans aren’t the only fishermen hoping to see the Carmel River steelhead population recover.
As everyone knows, it’s absolutely imperative that we support the current operating agreements for Marina Coast Water District’s Regional Desal Plant regardless of how bad a deal they may be for the ratepayers of the Monterey Peninsula, and regardless of whether the project will actually result in any benefit to the Carmel River, BECAUSE IF WE DON’T THE STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL BOARD WILL CUT OFF OUR WATER AND BRING OUR ECONOMY TO ITS KNEES! Read the rest of this entry »
June 21, 2008
It started out as an unremarkable walk at Soberanes. Just a bit warmer than usual … Read the rest of this entry »