Uh-Oh, The Rock Is Loose!
The following e-mail notice from Ed Ochs. Posted with permission.
Warning: The Rock is out and The Jig is up ... online at http://www.rockofthecoast.com.New in-depth articles of particular interest to Los Osos sewerologists, cash-strapped PZ taxpayers and all-around justice-seekers include two powerful, must-read views of Montgomery Watson Harza that you won't find anywhere else in the world but on The Rock: "MWH IN LOS OSOS -- UNANSWERED QUESTIONS" and "MWH BUSINESS PRACTICES HAUNT FLORIDA PROJECT"Those who missed the April 7th Board of Supervisors meeting where the Gibson-Ogren tag team knocked STEP collection, the last alternative standing, out of the cost-competition, breaking a repeated promise to PZ homeowners, we offer an in-depth account of the "courtroom drama" in "LOS OSOS GOES GRAVITY AS COUNTY RENEGES ON PROMISES TO LET CHEAPER ALTERNATIVES COMPETE IN SEWER SWEEPSTAKES"For those 70 speakers from Los Osos who suffered through the April 7th STEP "trial," the article will serve as a souvenir from hell.Other articles also related to the April 7th meeting: "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."Finally, those who think 10 minutes of total time for ALL speakers combined to talk about Los Osos at Tuesday BOS public comment isn't enough (minutes down to seconds), you might like my execution of the "two-minute drill" last Tuesday in "Rock Publisher to BOS: 'You gave us the most expensive sewer in the country.'" Tip: The shorter the time, the faster you speak, the louder you get, the madder you sound.To twist a popular Gibson-Ogren slogan of late, "The benefits of reading The Rock far outweigh its uncertainties and risks" -- the risks of knowing too much compared to the risks of knowing nothing at all.Ed