For the transcript of the exchange between Bruce Gibson and Martha Goldin, click here to view The ROCK article.
When Los Osos retired judge Martha Goldin protested abuse of due process (and breach of the County’s process) during her three-minute public comment at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Gibson pulled the plug on her. On the . . . → Read More: Gibson’s Gag Order Is Not on the Agenda
I haven’t been a resident of Los Osos for 30 years. I haven’t been here since the controversy surrounding the wastewater project began, but after taking a big step back to look at the history and how we ended up in this situation today, I find that the abundance of hostility of residents has turned a . . . → Read More: Los Osos Animosity
CNN.com has an article called, “My bullied son’s last day on Earth:”
Jaheem was hanging by his belt in the closet.
“I always used to see these things on TV, dead people on the news,” says Bermudez. “I saw somebody die and to see this dead person is your son, hanging there, a young boy. … To hang . . . → Read More: Bullying and Responsibility
Yesterday’s SLO Planning Commission meeting was excruciatingly long and tedious. Many people spoke about the proposed plan for the Los Osos wastewater project (with permit approval) including representatives from state agencies that are involved in the process and concerned citizens. Ultimately, many of the comments made by the public were repetitive, mediocre and uninspiring. No new, . . . → Read More: March 23, 2009 Planning Commission Meeting
After reading all the articles included in Chopra’s “gospel” according to FOX NEWS, I can safely say that FOX NEWS isn’t really news. After watching their excessive coverage of the “tea party” protests, it becomes more and more apparent to me that puts their ideological, holier-than-thou agenda up and over the truth for what it is . . . → Read More: Huffington Post: The Gospel According to Fox News
Since Barack Obama became President of the United States on January 20th 2009, conservatives have shifted to full throttle on criticism over his policies and conduct. Not even 100 days into his presidency, right-wing fanatics started kicking and screaming over his economic stimulus package, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Criticism over the bill would evolve . . . → Read More: The Wrath of Conservatism
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So, to those driveway creepers who picked The Rock out of driveways to keep free speech from being free, getting up early or staying up late to chase our home deliveries will no longer do you any good.
Unless you pull their cable, your neighbors will now find out the facts about . . . → Read More: THE ROCK is out … and there’s not a darn thing you can do about it!
Today, The Tribune has an article by Bob Cuddy about the Board of Supervisors limiting public comment time regarding Los Osos during regular meetings without the Los Osos wastewater project update on the agenda.
Technically, the board reserves the right to reduce the amount of time of public comment under the powers granted in the California Brown . . . → Read More: Board of Supervisors Invoke Speaking Limits for Los Osos
Ed added his two comments. I’ll wrap up the discussion with mine.
I will not vote for Bruce Gibson.
A few people have said, “He’s done a remarkable job of moving the project forward.” Anybody can move the project forward. It’s about how you move it forward. When the County assumed responsibility for the Los Osos wastewater project . . . → Read More: Would you vote for this guy? Part III
In yet one more body slam against Los Osos speakers at SLO County Board of Supervisors’ Tuesday meetings, Chairman Gibson has reduced Los Osos comments to a total of 10 minutes. Gibson claimed numbers of Los Osos speakers clog County business and dwell on matters that have been resolved by board vote. That means that speakers . . . → Read More: Would you vote for this guy? Part II