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Whither Carpinteria?


Does anyone know what will happen to this nice vacation town if this stench is allowed any longer? Or do people care? Business will die from lack of vacationers. Property values will go down. I won’t move here. Headaches and constant stench of the skunk weed being openly grown in this area is going to be the downfall of Carp.

Yes, I use to smoke years ago, and the skunkier the better the weed. But to have it growing in the town where I work is terrible. Our whole plant stinks of weed. Just because it’s allowed now does not mean growers can infringe on everybody’s rights. Got that, liberals! Make the growers shut it down now. This is disgusting.

Another sick day for me.

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