Remove from office those who have harmed the valley
"All the clause says is that the developer is to ‘give highest priority to increase the distance.' So long as the developer says ‘well, we tried, but this is the best we can do' there is no way to move forward on an enforcement action because the developer has satisfied all that the clause requires. Simply speaking, the clause the governor added sounds good, but means virtually nothing."
August 15, 2010
by Wayne Bell
in Daily Record
To all the Editors at the Daily Record, to the minority of other KVWPP supporters and to the majority of those like me who were against it, know now our governor's word is meaningless.
Those who believed her, like me, have all been duped by her meaningless mandate. Our governor led us all to believe that she actually cared about protecting us from foreign companies that would do us harm. I quote below from our deputy prosecutor, Neil Caulkins, who describes the legal reality of the governor's word, when responding on behalf of our county prosecutor, Greg Zempel, when I... [continue via Web link]