It’s all online now at: http://www.rockofthecoast.com.
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 your favorite global builder, Montgomery Watson Harza, just by clicking on the link and reading, if their already broken hearts can take it, “MWH IN LOS OSOS — UNANSWERED QUESTIONS” and “MWH BUSINESS PRACTICES HAUNT FLORIDA PROJECT”
Or, if killing STEP and any alternative to affordability is your cup of tea, and you get a secret thrill out of waterboarding, you’ll just love the day-long trial and verdict of the BOS kangaroo court in “LOS OSOS GOES GRAVITY AS COUNTY RENEGES ON PROMISES TO LET CHEAPER ALTERNATIVES COMPETE IN SEWER SWEEPSTAKES”
Gibson says the debate is over, but you will want to keep those warm and fuzzy moments of STEP’s fall forever alive in your memory by also reliving other key April 7th meeting highlights in The Rock online: “Community Survey Concerns Raise Questions of Fairness,” “The Vote to End Affordability and Transparency:The Gibson/Mecham Exchange,” and “Ripley Steps Up to the Mic for STEP.”
And, as a bonus for those who think 10 minutes every Tuesday at BOS public comment is too much time to talk about Los Osos, then you will get a charge out of my hilarious standup routine last Tuesday in “Rock Publisher to BOS: ‘You gave us the most expensive sewer in the country’”
For those who miss stealing The Rock and reading it when no one’s around, I understand your pain, and suggest writing and sending your complaints to “Letters to the Editor” of the Sun-Bulletin. Even though they have stopped printing, think of how much better you will feel afterwards!