Category: Opinion

Age of Morro Rock and the Bible

In regards to Jim Dunlap’s letter in the recent Estero Bay News (July 15, 2021) about Morro Rock being 23 millions old, or 26 million years old at the Morro Bay Natural History Museum, is to me complete nonsense in geological...

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Use Adults for Dispensary Ads

I note the full page Natural Health Center ad on the back page of the current (July, 15, 2021) Estero Bay News edition. I have no objections to the dispensary, or the dispensary advertising its wares. However, the use of what...

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Keep the Stacks

I was born and raised in Atascadero in 1954. Whenever mom and dad would take us kids to eat fish and chips in Morro Bay, the smokestacks along with the rock and the ocean were always there. Many times over the years I would gaze...

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Mourning Bill Lee

This is to the Lee family, Bill Lee’s descendants. We are heartbroken by his passing April 5th 2021. We mourn his loss to his family and friends.We here in Baywood / Los Osos feel his loss. The revitalization and beautification...

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Keep the Stacks

This is in regards to Armand Bayer’s letter about Take Down the Stacks, of the old PG&E power plant (July 1, 2021). As a weather observer of my own weather station office and service, I use the old power plant stacks for...

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Take Down the Stacks Now

As a kid form Paso Robles, we would come to the ocean at Morro Bay to play on the beach and have fish & chips, and sometimes even abalone & chips. We did not come to see the one tall smokestack, or even the incredible...

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Letter Writer Got it Wrong

Did Mr. Martin (Estero Bay News 4/8/21) miss the point of Ms. Winholtz’s letter regarding the City’s poor stewardship of our urban forest?City residents, in 1989, sought to enhance our urban forest by becoming a Tree City, USA,...

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Gas Tax Should Maintain Freeways

I am an antique road and street map collector from E-bay and the former www.20centurymaps.com, as well as a Facebook group member of the Freeways of Los Angeles Facebook group. I have been doing my research into the development...

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Morro Bay is Still a Tree City

In response to a letter to the editor by Betty Winholtz (Vol. 3, Issue 4) regarding tree removal in Morro Bay, Betty painted an inaccurate picture. She forgot to add why these particular trees were removed. In the case of the 14...

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