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Posted on February 12 at 11:08 p.m.
As a Seal Watch volunteer, I was informed of this incident 2 or 3 weeks ago (we are kept up to date of any disturbances that occur) and was also told that the owner refused to put a leash on the dog when asked. And regardless, dog owners are responsible for making sure they are in control, properly equipped, and that their dogs can't "get loose". If a dog goes down on the closed area of the beach, by freak accident or negligence, it is still in violation of the city ordinance. I believe that falls under "reason and rule of law."
On Seal Worshippers
Posted on June 7 at 1:53 p.m.
Or, No on J means no to the destruction of jobs, tourism revenue, environmental damage, and death of thousands of animals going on in the Gulf Coast. No on J means we acknowledge that we cannot continue our dependency on oil and recognizes the need for new forms of cleaner, renewable energy.
Considering that the maximum amount of oil that could be extracted from the Paredon oil field is enough to run the United States for ONE DAY, I'm sure voting Yes on J is really going to reduce our dependency on foreign oil and end our wars and killing in the Middle East.
On Carp Residents Protest Measure J