Today is March 1: the beginning of a revolution that will sweep across the Central Coast. After six wonderful years, The ROCK has officially relaunched and we are now a news experience — not just a newspaper. From time to time, Razor Online columns will be featured on The ROCK. . . . → Read More: The ROCK Re-Launches
LOS OSOS GROUP LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE SEEKING FEDERAL ACTION TO STOP COUNTY SEWER
A group of Los Osos citizens have launched a new online publication, The Los Osos Sentinel, to stop the County’s plan to build a central sewer system in Los Osos. The new website (http://www.lososossentinel.com) is on a mission not only to better inform the community on the deep roots of the Los Osos central sewer project — but to rally the community to fight back in federal court. Click here to read the article.
ARE YOU HAVING SEWER PROBLEMS??
You are not alone. You are just the latest victim of the State Water Board’s “Scam of the Century.” Read about the test case of tortured Los Osos and how other small towns up and down the coast are suffering from septic shock, as rogue Regional Water Boards statewide cry pollution without proof so they can replace working septic tanks with spill-prone, unnecessary and excessively expensive central sewers — and force a select group of homeowners to pay for it. Don’t be fooled. Open your eyes and learn the facts before you find yourself paying $500 a month to fix a “problem” that never really existed in the first place — or has been falsely and conveniently attributed to all septics. The whole story of the “Sewer Scam,” how it works and what’s happening today is so incredible that unless you start reading The ROCK right now it will be far, far too late to do anything about it in time.
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This Thanksgiving, let’s take a break from the mud-slinging and give thanks to those who deserve it this year.
As Los Osos residents, let’s be thankful for keeping the beauty of our town’s coastal environment unspoiled. The peaceful, cloudy Los Osos bay and the windy, scenic drive around the cliffs on Montana De Oro remind us that . . . → Read More: Thanks for Not Giving Up