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2015/04/24 00:06
2015/04/24 00:06
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Ice skating healthful, takes less water A recent letter about an ice rink rather than a racetrack hit a sensitive nerve in my body. Some years ago, my husband and I formed the Central Coast Skating...
2015/04/24 00:06
2015/04/24 00:06
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2015/04/21 01:06
2015/04/21 01:06
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The destruction of an entire forest Deforestation of 605 acres of coastal oak forest is going to happen when Monterey Downs is approved. An area the size of Carmel. Monterey Downs is going to remove...
2015/04/20 00:06
2015/04/20 00:06
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By Bill Hood Guest commentary On April 13, Public Water Now invited representatives of Cal Am to give a presentation on the status of its current efforts with a slant well in the Marina area....
2015/04/19 01:06
2015/04/19 01:06
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By Stephanie Locke Guest commentary On April 1, Gov. Jerry Brown issued an executive order mandating that urban water use in the state of California be reduced by 25 percent from 2013 levels. This...
2015/04/18 06:40
2015/04/18 06:40
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When Gov. Jerry Brown laid out his executive order April 1, he demanded a 25 percent water reduction statewide. Saturday, the State Water Resources Control Board will announce what that will mean for...
2015/04/17 01:07
2015/04/17 01:07
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Metering light would help Highway 1 traffic backup Getting a little tired of traffic congestion on Highway 1 north between 3:30 and 6 p.m. every day? You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to see...
2015/04/15 01:06
2015/04/15 01:06
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Saltwater intrusion is the bane of farmers California American Water is attempting to put lipstick on a pig. It is reporting flawless operation of its design, mechanical and electrical test well...
2015/04/11 01:06
2015/04/11 01:06
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... worker ads are unbecoming Is it just me, or are other members of the greater Peninsula sick and tired of the television ads of large corporations PG&E and Cal Am trying to cram down the...
2015/04/10 05:21
2015/04/10 05:21
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SANTA BARBARA -- A mothballed desalination plant sits like a time capsule near Santa Barbara's main tourist beach, a relic of California's last drought to end all droughts. With its control room...
2015/04/10 00:06
2015/04/10 00:06
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Workers aren’t the bad guys at Cal Am The cartoon in the Herald depicting workers of Cal Am as bums was uncalled for. The Herald owes them and their families an apology. They are doing their job...
2015/04/09 00:06
2015/04/09 00:06
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Search on for aquifer valve linked to valley basin Toro-area residents with failing wells can rejoice that the Board of Supervisors has determined the Toro aquifer is connected to the “massive”...
2015/04/08 04:30
2015/04/08 04:30
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SANTA BARBARA -- A mothballed desalination plant sits like a time capsule near Santa Barbara's main tourist beach, a relic of California's last drought to end all droughts. With its control room...
2015/04/05 23:06
2015/04/05 23:06
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Kindness of a generous stranger appreciated It happened again. Once again I was dining with my handicapped son in a lovely restaurant in Monterey (P.F. Chang’s) when out of the blue a very kind...
2015/04/04 01:06
2015/04/04 01:06
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Horse racing can bring many benefits Over the years I have patronized many racetracks in California — Golden Gate Fields, Bay Meadows, Hollywood Park, Santa Anita and Del Mar. I am a lifetime...
2015/04/03 00:06
2015/04/03 00:06
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Monterey Downs is a Trojan horse plan Beware of geeks bearing gifts. The proposed Monterey Downs racetrack-casino-housing complex is a Trojan horse track. In reality, it is no more than a housing...
2015/03/28 00:06
2015/03/28 00:06
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By Bill Hood Guest commentary George Riley’s recent Herald commentary raises important factors with regard to the proposed amendment to the State Water Board’s cease-and-desist order (CDO), issued...
2015/04/24 00:06
2015/04/24 00:06
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