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Re: “Dianne Feinstein's War

Feinstein is a hero, standing up to the environmentlaist fanaticism that has polorized and plagued the West Marin Community over this one issue. Many would-be and former supporters of local environment groups, such as the EAC(Environmental Action Committee of West Marin) and the local chapter of the Sierra Club, have been totally turned off and disgusted by thier rather rigid and one dimentional appoach to the Drakes Estero Controversy. When the idea of Pt. Reyes National Seashore was being sold to the residents of Marin County in the 1960s, the continued operation of the last oyster cannary in the State of California was never in question. I look forward to a return to common sense enviromentalism that is inclusive of many points of view and builds consensus within the communtiy, rather than years of stalemate.

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Posted by Peter Martinelli on 06/23/2012 at 8:07 AM

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