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What should be done with the De Groot Home?

Leave it alone; they do good work there.
If they’re violating health laws, they should be brought into compliance.
The situation should be dealt with, but handled delicately because of how unique they are.
Would it help if I dumped some water on my head?

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The following article was posted on March 26th, 2014, in the New Times - Volume 28, Issue 35 [ Submit a Story ]
The following articles were printed from New Times [newtimesslo.com] - Volume 28, Issue 35

Something is rotten in Paso

Richard Holmes - Paso Robles

Current residents need look no further to find the rotten “eggs” in the city of Paso Robles (“Rotten in Paso,” The Tribune, March 26) than the city manager and the city mayor (“Paso Poised for Growth”, The Tribune, March 26). Both are so set on “green” dollar signs that they have ignored current residents’ concerns about continued city expansion, new hotels and homes without adequate water, city services, and overcrowded roads and schools now, not to mention additional fire, police, and emergency services that would be required. At least we (current residents) can get rid of one “rotten egg” come next election, and then maybe the other one.