Re: "A crowning moment for Crystal Cove," (Editorial, July 3): It is hard for me to celebrate evicting more than 300 residents from their homes to build a another phony Disneyland park while destroying one of the most unique sites along the California coast where people lived, raised their children and were part of a tight-knit community.
The public employees, the Irvine Co., the Sierra Club, the Surfrider Foundation and all the people that said nothing and did nothing should feel nothing but shame.
Or at least a little guilt, if that is possible.
Then possibly it is just me who thinks that homes, especially low-cost housing, are more important than creating more public employee jobs, new accommodations on the beach for the public employees and creating a tax liability vs. a tax base. And, what makes this an even more despicable act by the public employees is that they could have done what they wanted without harming the residents in any way, save for some construction noise.