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A Delargo July 21, 2014 at 07:54 am
In case you're not aware, the land parcel carries rights as it has been kept intact since theRead More original land grants long ago, legally that predates any Coastal commission edicts. The Coastal Commission rules do not apply, and that has been upheld in court.
A Delargo July 21, 2014 at 07:58 am
I have the solution !! open a Pit Bull defense training facility on the property. With postedRead More warning signs the owner would not be liable when the dogs chew up the trespassers. Win - Win for everyone. Maybe a wounded rattle snake hospital, hopefully none would escape, but warning signs would limit liability here too. Ha !
A Delargo July 21, 2014 at 08:04 am
As far as Hawaii is concerned, there are many property parcels that have unique land rights thatRead More prevent trespass to the beach or some adjoining property. In this case the beach is not in question, only access through this person's private property.
Rusty Hopewell July 9, 2014 at 07:25 am
Please leave these predators in place. The deer population can use a little pressure.
B July 9, 2014 at 07:49 am
This article was remiss in its omission of bicyclists. A fast bicycle going down a trail canRead More trigger a prey drive in a big cat - and should not be allowed in areas where these predators make their home. I see bicyclists all the time at dusk in these open space areas. Why would a wildlife issue be the purview of the police department? - I often think the police respond inappropriately and too aggressively in these situations; not because they mean to, but because they are not wildlife experts. How about using some common sense and calling in people with training and experience who can come up with solutions that don't involve anyone - including the mountain lion- getting hurt.
Screenshot via NBC Bay Area.
Bob Winters July 8, 2014 at 07:51 am
"Dead Mountain Lion Found This Weekend After Sighting in San Mateo Highlands" Do you evenRead More read your own story before you write the headline? Dead Mountain Lion Found?????
Jim Clifford July 8, 2014 at 08:33 am
Bob: Embarrassing. This happens when news is tech driven. Good report on this in Monday's DailyRead More Post, which is not on line.
Thomas Friedberg July 8, 2014 at 12:18 pm
I swear to God--this is an epidemic! Journalism is dead when you can't even get The 5 W's right!
Patch file photo of a mountain lion.
Rusty Hopewell July 2, 2014 at 09:18 am
Awesome!
Steven Eischen July 2, 2014 at 08:52 pm
That would have been an amazing thing to witness! "Police officers responding to the sceneRead More found the deer carcass but did not locate the mountain lion. " Hahaha! I'd like to know who call the cops on the cat! What were they supposed to do? Arrest the mountain lion for murder?
Timothy singleton July 24, 2014 at 04:37 am
Wow..!!! it is very nice.. I am really interested with it… thankyou so much…<aRead More href="http://www.job-shack.com/">Construction leads</a>
Goats chow down on vegetation near San Francisco International Airport.  Photo courtesy: Robert Riechel
Renee Schiavone June 12, 2014 at 10:40 am
Thanks for letting us know the goats are back!
Leda June 15, 2014 at 11:33 am
Love it! No poisons or weed killers! This is the way to go for sure!
Julian B Duron June 15, 2014 at 12:47 pm
This concept really works. While working for the City of Los Angeles (30 yrs) a lot of propertyRead More owners (vacant land lots) used goats on empty lots for removal of overgrowth of grass and weeds. (City or County would fine them for overgrowth) A few weeks of feeding and company picked up goats and moved on to next lot.
California Chrome. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.
Michael John Torrey June 9, 2014 at 04:09 pm
Attn: Mr. R. Terry Date: Monday June 09, 2014 It is because of gamblingRead More that some horses and bulls lose their lives. When horses continue to have a losing streak the owner is not making any cash off that horse, it is off to the Glue Factory with that horse. If a horse breaks it's leg in the race it is off to the Glue Factory with that horse. Bulls will die automatically in a Bull Fight after the Matador sticks both swords in the bull's throat from the left and right side of the bull. So don't tell me gambling has nothing to do with your comment. I understood what you were saying. But these animals are going to be killed if there is no money to be made that is all there is to it. I don't like it anymore than you do. But it seems that way the ball bounces and one of us is going to have to catch and stop that ball from bouncing. The best. Michael John Torrey E-Mail-mjohntorrey54@yahoo.com Alameda, CA. 94501-1875
Michael John Torrey June 9, 2014 at 04:26 pm
Attn: Mr. Mrs. Ms. R. Terry Date: Monday June 09, 2014 It is because ofRead More gambling that some horses and bulls lose their lives. When horses continue to have a losing streak the owner is not making any cash off that horse, it is off to the Glue Factory with that horse. If a horse breaks It's leg in the race it is off to the Glue Factory with that horse. Bulls will die automatically after the Matador sticks both swords in the bull's throat on the left and right sides of the bull. So don't tell me gambling does not have anything to do with your comment. I understood what you were saying. These animals are going to be killed if there is no money to be made that is all there is to it. I don't like it anymore than you do. But it seems to me that is the way the ball bounces and one of us is going to have to catch and stop that ball from bouncing in that direction. The best. Michael John Torrey E-Mail-mjohntorrey54@yahoo.com Alameda, CA. 94501-1875
Michael John Torrey June 9, 2014 at 04:27 pm
No comment
Rick Fraites June 3, 2014 at 12:43 pm
The NRA and its gun loving clones are absolutely disgusting.
Craig Marston June 3, 2014 at 01:35 pm
Let's not loose our heads with this terrible tragedy and jump on the gun control bandwagon. TheRead More first three were killed with a knife. In a perfect land of no guns I belive these killings would have continued. Once again reconizing mental illness was the key.
Vito Spago June 3, 2014 at 01:37 pm
What did the NRA do. I do not think the NRA has made any comment on the IV killings.
Screenshot via NBC Bay Area News.
A Delargo May 22, 2014 at 06:06 pm
A couple thoughts on this article.... Can someone simply tow the poor thing a few more miles out,Read More lance it to relieve the gas and let it sink to it's rest. "several agencies to assess the whale's status and determine how to respond" -- Good lord, I think a homeless person washing up would get much less attention. And who is paying for all this ? All the animal rights people out there have no issue with multiple agencies dissecting and eviscerating this poor thing.
silvio modena May 23, 2014 at 07:38 am
i agree
Laurie L May 23, 2014 at 05:59 pm
The whale has been ashore since yesterday afternoon - someone should get down here and remove it andRead More do the testing. It smells awful, and people are driving from nearby towns to look at it, thus affecting traffic. It is a sad sad sight and it would be great to know if it died of natural causes or was hit by a boater. I have called numerous times regarding seals etc and no one ever comes - the body is left on the beach to decay for weeks.
"Crookedest Street in World" - Lombard Street in San Francisco. Credit: Wikimedia.
MadMonkey May 22, 2014 at 11:44 am
San Franciscans are ruining their own city. Do you really want to take actions to curb tourism?Read More Tourism that provides valuable tax revenue, income to thousands of people, pumping millions into our economy. I feel the same way about blocking buses in Alamo Square. These people consciously moved to a tourist location and then want to ban the tourists? Get a grip on reality and what those tourists bring to the city. Just like the whole "techies are evil", block tech busses and being against tech firms and residence. People can't get through their heads that these people provide tax revenue and pump millions of dollars into our local economy. The more people of SF do things like block major tourist destinations and combat businesses the faster they are going to move to the Detroit model of city planning.
Geo Kitta May 22, 2014 at 12:11 pm
I hear you loud and clear MM but in the same breath careful what you wish for as some of thoseRead More "techies" are the very ones likely to push this kind of libertarian attitude. Tech booms come and go and change is inevitable but as you say SF's tourism industry is a constant and will always be of economic importance. If people don't like the congestion in these long-standing tourist areas - they should move away from it.
JKS May 23, 2014 at 11:43 am
In the area I live, not so famous as SF, people move next to a school or an open space preserve andRead More then lobby to get restrictions on the street in front of their house like resident only parking, no right turn from the main street to their street and no drop off zones. It's disgusting that this can happen when the taxpayers are paying to maintain these (not their) streets. Also, those destinations were there when they purchased their house and they bought it at a market price when those restrictions didn't exist.
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