(Los Alamitos, 4/4/2013) Like the gophers in Little Cottonwood Park, just when we think we’ve got the “recycling” problem solved at the Base, it pops up again, as a “mulching” and transportation problem. Less garbage smell, same nasty trucks speeding by Los Al backyards on dusty dirt roads.
Trucks to the North of Carrier Row, trucks to the East of the Highlands!
Highlands’ Guy’s research focuses in on one more Los Al quality of life issue that, as he points out, actually affects us all:
By Highlands Guy: I am a staunch supporter of our JFTB. Always have been, probably always will.
The short time I was based there in the olden days, it was a positive experience. For as long as I have been a Los Al resident, they have been a good neighbor.
To be honest, I sure hope they avoid the fall out from any future BRAC actions. I much prefer the open space it sits on, rather than another inevitable mall or housing project.
Just as an aside, if they ever do close up shop, the responsibility for the clean-up of the subterranean toxic waste will be in the courts for the next 25 years.
But I digress. The focus today is the much misunderstood mulching project that is being supported by the JFTB. Recently I heard about the an entire street in the Highlands neighborhood that is constantly bombarded with noise, a nasty Read the rest of this entry →