Christine Heinrichs 
Member since Dec 9, 2017

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Re: “Quilters: A Musical by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek

Terrific performances, wonderful singing -- and beautiful quilts. Don't miss it.

Posted by Christine Heinrichs on 08/10/2019 at 4:07 PM

Recent Comments

Re: “Oceano GM will aid Cambria for half a year

This claim of saving $23,655 overlooks the Golden Parachute awarded to terminated general manager Gruber, over $120,000. Cambria is now, in that sense, paying three people to fill one position.

Posted by Christine Heinrichs on 12/21/2018 at 7:57 AM

Re: “Three-story hotel proposed in Cayucos denied

Im grateful to the Coastal Commission, but disappointed that our County Planning Department and Board of Supervisors are not willing to protect our communities.

3 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by Christine Heinrichs on 02/17/2018 at 7:24 AM

Re: “Cluck yeah!

So glad to hear youve got the message on chickens! You need a chicken book, perhaps my How to Raise Chickens as a primer, or the Backyard Field Guide to Chickens, to enrich your understanding of breeds. You may want to go beyond chickens to other poultry with my How to Raise Poultry. Imagine if you will, the delight of ducks, the grandeur of geese, the treat of turkeys. The two How to Raise books are in the Future Farmers of America Livestock Series.…

Central Coast Feather Fanciers, the local poultry group, members raise chicks to the point of lay and sell them for $15 each as their annual fundraiser. They have Australorps, Ameraucanas, Wesummers, Red Sex Links, Gold Laced Wyandottes and a few Whiting True Blues chicks they are already raising for the March 3 sale at Templeton Feed. A great way to get healthy chickens and connect with the Central Coast chicken community.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Christine Heinrichs on 01/11/2018 at 7:42 AM

Re: “Cambria CSD is having a hard time choosing its newest board member

Note: The Emergency Water Facility cannot be operated, per the Cease and Desist Order of the Regional Water Quality Control Board. The RWQCB met in SLO December 7 to approve a plan to decommission the Impoundment Pond intended to dispose of the facilitys brine waste. The pond didnt work and flooded in last winters rains, violating the requirements. When the pond is finally empty, some time in 2018, the facility will comply with RWQCB, but still have no way to dispose of waste. THIS FACILITY IS NOT OPERATING AND CANNOT OPERATE. Millions more will be spent just to close out the pond, which cost millions to construct. This project has an Emergency Permit from the county but no permanent Coastal Development Permit.

2 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Christine Heinrichs on 12/09/2017 at 2:18 PM

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