Look, Mommy, Interesting Dots . . .
So, let’s add another weird dot: A regulatory agency declares an “emergency” in the town’s drinking water, high nitrates that will create “blue babies” and sick people, nitrate levels that violate the law and the highest emergency measure -- a building moratorium – is declared. AFTER which over 1,000 new septic permits are issued and signed off by the very regulatory agency that called the “emergency” in the first place and to this day nobody can ‘splain how having “too much” of something is fixed by adding MORE of the same something. Ah, just another one of those mysteries to be found in . . . Chinatown. . .
Los Osos is …“Chinatown”
Asked to reveal the deep, dark secret behind the long-running and strange goings-on inside the Los Osos sewer saga, a few owls in Los Osos have been known to whisper “Chinatown.” Now, “Chinatown” screenwriter Robert Towne sheds light on more than a few historical points in common between LA of the early 1930s and Los Osos today, starting with the water, who owns it, how much it’s really worth – and land grabs. Los Ososans should read Towne’s comments and then see how many chilling similarities they can come up with ...
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