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Why This, Not That?

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  • tim posted at 7:32 pm on Fri, Jun 7, 2019.

    tim Posts: 4

    I think the assertion that by joining the lawsuit, Coronado gains negotiating power is completely true. The "nice guy" approach has gotten us nowhere. I am beginning to wonder if there isn't a more hidden agenda that the Coronado Council is following. I can only come-up with two reasons to pursue the "nice guy" approach. 1. To make friends in Washington for later runs at more elevated political positions. 2. To keep Coronado's name off most (all) publications that are talking about polluted water (Coronado is not a part of the lawsuit, so the polluted water must not be reaching their beaches). Whatever the reason Coronado is not joining the lawsuit, we should be ashamed of ourselves. Even if polluted water doesn't bother us personally, we should join with our neighbors because it is the "right" thing to do. We should join for our kids, and our grand kids...