high and dry? It makes me so upset that I can't even think clearly.
But we don't need to lose any more recreational space for families
from Costa Mesa.
Well, if you want the fair to die and everything else, sticking it
way out there in the boonies, all you have to do is look at a map and
see that it's absolutely impossible.
They're having enough trouble getting people to come to the fair
as it is. And besides, the marketplace on weekends has been part of
Costa Mesa forever, and I think everyone here would miss it,
especially at Christmas time.
And if the state wants $230 million, all they have to do is
somehow get the airport back at El Toro and, between industry and
cargo planes, they'd have their $230 million over and over and over
again. I mean, the whole thing is so ridiculous that a few people who
moved to the El Toro area when it was an airport already were able to
hire enough publicity people to convince all of Orange County that
there should not be an airport at El Toro. It's where it belongs.
And it's the only place, if you look at a map, that there's room,
with big cargo planes and industry. We're all going to become
poverty-stricken in Orange County -- and this whole part of
California -- if industry doesn't keep coming here. We need the money
so badly. They keep hotels from being built at the Back Bay when they
need commercial money there so badly. The place is becoming a dump
because there isn't the money there to keep it up nicely. And the
only way to have things nice is to have money for it, and you have to
have a way of earning that money.
What I'm saying has been said by many. I've read the same thing in
letters to the Daily Pilot, and no one pays any attention to logic
anymore. It's just totally ridiculous.