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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • I read "Raising a stink" with great interest as I live in Mountain View Estates near Mountain View Paving. Notwithstanding the labyrinth of regulations and codes which often smother common sense, it's simply inappropriate for a polluting, smelly and noisy operation like it to be located near residences and next to Bear Creek where endangered salmon spawn.
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  • I read "Raising a stink" with great interest as I live in Mountain View Estates near Mountain View Paving. Notwithstanding the labyrinth of regulations and codes which often smother common sense, it's simply inappropriate for a polluting, smelly and noisy operation like it to be located near residences and next to Bear Creek where endangered salmon spawn.
    If "its existing operation does not comply with county regulations," why is it permitted to operate while the county decides whether to grant nonconforming-use permits allowing its nonconformity to be "legal"? If I get caught driving without a license, I'm not be permitted to drive while authorities decide whether to grant me one.
    Twelve years of putting up with this operation is long enough! — Richard Keleshian, Talent
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