I’ve read all about the asphalt plant that they want to put in at the top of the valley where I live on Berkesey Drive, parallel to Highway 26. Everything blows down the valley, so no doubt my air will be polluted along with everyone else who lives along this valley. When someone has a burn pile several miles away, we can smell their smoke.

There are probably thousands who live along Highway 26, which means that we will all be affected by this pollution. Wake up, people, and say something to your supervisor. It will affect our lungs and we will all be wearing oxygen masks before long. Also, with all of the additional trucks traveling on our roads, who is going to pay for the maintenance? Our county is broke.

Supervisor Steve Kearney now is saying we are “terrorists” because we want to protect our valley. I think the supervisors who voted for it are the terrorists because they don’t care about our health and our county.

And another thing, why in the world do we need to have marijuana growing all over our county? We have a water shortage, remember? And I’m sure all this marijuana they want to grow is not for medical purposes. We already have acres and acres of grapevines for wine, isn’t that enough? Let’s start taking care of our beautiful county.

Your favorite terrorist,

Sharon Scotto

Valley Springs

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