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Re: “Open letter to AG, Grover

I was curious about that No Right Turn on Red sign, too. I wondered if there was a high number of accidents at that intersection caused by people turning right on red into through traffic. Or did they just have some extra signs laying around?

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Posted by Latte2Party on 09/02/2021 at 9:48 AM

Re: “Diablo Canyon already produces clean energy

Mark my words Henry, your information is not supportable by actual facts and sounds like pure industry puffery. More nuke plants are closing than opening. Why? Too expensive, uninsurable (except by the taxpayers) and still no place to put the deadliest toxic material ever generated by humankind. Nice try, though.

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Posted by Latte2Party on 05/09/2019 at 10:39 AM

Re: “Do your homework

Thirty-four percent of 2018 retail electricity sales in California were served by renewable energy such as wind, solar, geothermal, biomass and small hydroelectric power. Without the socialist, government insurance bailouts, no nuclear plants could have operated in the U.S. Private industry won't touch them. And, least we forget, Washington State's imploded nuclear program was a financial disaster second only to the Great Depression.

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Posted by Cliff Stepp on 04/25/2019 at 11:35 AM

Re: “Getting connected: A look inside the efforts to bridge SLO County's digital divide

Yes, we live two miles from US 101 and three miles from Walmart, but internet-wise you'd think we were in the hinterlands of Alaska. Thank goodness for Peak WiFi. And now you know why Elon Musk has begun to launch a global broadband flock of 7.500 satellites.

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Posted by Cliff Stepp on 12/13/2018 at 11:32 AM

Re: “AG's Brisco Road interchange project continues crawling toward a resolution in 2018

It was so cool the way the city and county let WalMart build a giant shopping center and then a year later went, "Gosh, there's a big traffic problem at an intersection never designed to handle the load." Was there ever a "traffic mitigation study?" Do companies and developers get to build huge complexes and then pass the traffic problem and the bill for billions of $$ on to the taxpayers. Not to mention years of traffic aggravation and fender benders.

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Posted by Cliff Stepp on 01/04/2018 at 10:10 AM

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