Doug Stevens 
Member since Nov 2, 2017

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Re: “SLO city deciding between two Broad Street bike boulevard options

I really doesn't make any difference what the citizens and users of the affected streets want. The City will impose either the broken arm or the broken leg - because it is good for us. Go figure.

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Posted by Doug Stevens on 01/05/2018 at 12:59 PM

Re: “For bike's sake: New bike facilities are coming to SLO, concerning some residents and commuters

I'm 70+ years old. My bike riding days are in the rear view mirror. The Bike Boulevards are simply very expensive and for a limited audience.
Net-zero Emissions Status is fine. We all need to do what we can to protect our globe. But then to use those words and at the same time not vigorously support Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant is the height of hypocrisy. Nuclear power must be included in the zero-emissions mix if we are truly going to go forward to a cleaner environmental future. And our communities will be devastated when the plants close in 2024 and 2025 - while still paying for the effects of a Bike Boulevard mentality.

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Posted by Doug Stevens on 11/02/2017 at 12:18 PM

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