Category: Opinion

Letters to The Editor 9-22-2022

Meteorologist or Religion In regards to Scott Presnal’s letter (Vol.4, Issue 17) in the most recent issue of Estero Bay News: Mr. Presnal, please briefly explain the relationship between your claim to be a meteorologist, which...

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Salvation Over Fear

Politics should be taken out of the science of what was known as global warming, now climate change, without scarring people with fear.  I say this because of how the subject has been handled in our past and present from the...

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Vote ‘No’ on Harbor Tax

When I first moved to Morro Bay in 1999 the Harbor Dept. was financially very well off.   Now they are saying they are broke and need money badly for repairs.  Where did all that money go?   Why weren’t they repairing...

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Council Contract – Conflict Concerns

The Aug. 23 Morro Bay City Council meeting, my public comment was interrupted by Mayor John Headding. Ironically, my public comment spoke to the City’s lack of transparency in their public process. Had I not been interrupted or...

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What’s the Deal M.B. Council?

How much poor behavior can one Morro Bay City Council meeting produce (8/24/22)? Let me single out one item: an appeal of a super-small, 2-story house on a substandard bluff top lot. The Planning Commission denied the permit...

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Beware Offshore Wind Money

In the August 11 (Vol. 4, Issue 15) edition of the Estero Bay News, on page 18, one will find interesting comments regarding a voter approved initiative authored by Ed Ewing and Joe Giannini, and passed by a vote of Morro Bay...

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Minor, Sex Trafficking Victim

Publishing the name and photo of a minor, sex trafficking victim, Alilianna Trujillo, is in poor taste, serving no redeeming value (VOL. 4, Issue 13). It is counter to journalism ethics of minimizing harm with no long-term...

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