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I Warned You This Would Happen

If you were against Measure J, YOU can still help !??

We need your help NOW !??

Citizens for Planning Responsibly? (CPR), acting in the public interest, is filing a lawsuit against the County for allowing an illegal initiative on the county ballot. We have retained an expert land-use attorney who has determined we have a solid case.?

Measure J Initiative overturns County law, namely the County General Plan, prohibits the normal public participation in project review, provides inadequate mitigation for severe problems such as traffic and air pollution, and passes the extra infrastructure costs to the taxpayers.??????

The State of California has provided that for citizens acting in the public interest challenging a governing body (which they put into office to protect their laws), if the citizens prevail in court, they may be reimbursed their attorney fees.?

In order to meet the filing deadline, we need?to raise?the remaining $30,000 cost of litigation by February 13, 2007! ?If we do not raise that amount, your donation will be refunded.

Please consider sending a check for whatever you feel you can afford.? Checks must be mailed by Monday, February 12.? Or, after that date, call us at 544-8365 for a pick-up. You can donate anonymously if you wish. Please call or email for further information or a flyer to share with others.
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Thank you for your help!

Rosemary Wilvert (President) ? (805) 544-8365? rwilvert@sbcglobal.net

Michael Sullivan (Secretary) ? (805) 545-9614? mcsgday@yahoo.com

Citizens for Planning Responsibly (CPR), P.O. Box 712, San Luis Obispo, CA 93406


  1. Anonymous
    February 12, 2007 at 10:30 pm

    $30,000…That is chump change to Clint Pearce. He probably has that in the seat cushion of his truck.

  2. golfingslo
    February 12, 2007 at 10:42 pm

    Where was CPR when Kelly Gearhart was developing his project next to Dalidio or when Froom Ranch was being planned? Oh I forgot, Save SLO or CPR or whatever they are calling themselves was paid for their silence from the Gearhart’s and Pearce’s and other developers whose projects are being built. CPR should have looked at the HUGH project being built on county land across Hwy. 227 from the airport. So wonder who paid them off for their silence on that project. A project on a gateway into the city.

  3. Brett
    February 12, 2007 at 11:41 pm

    “Oh I forgot, Save SLO or CPR or whatever they are calling themselves was paid for their silence from the Gearhart’s and Pearce’s and other developers whose projects are being built.”

    Where’s your proof because I’d love to see it.

  4. JerryDinAZ
    February 13, 2007 at 1:44 am





  5. Brett
    February 13, 2007 at 1:59 am


    Say that to my face next time you are in town. Talking tough on a blog is one thing, face to face is another. You’re such a pussy I’m certain you’d run the other way if we ran into each other in town. And it’s Brett, B-R-E-T-T. Two “T”‘s no “N”.

  6. Anonymous
    February 13, 2007 at 4:53 pm

    Brett, I have two words for you: Anger management.

  7. golfingslo
    February 13, 2007 at 5:19 pm

    Brett, the proof is in the asking the group the question of why they did not oppose these projects and they can not give a creditable answer. One must conclude then either they have a personal grudge against Dalidio or they were paid off or they would be consistent in the opposition. It is that lack of consistency that is damning to their argument.

  8. Bob from San Luis
    February 13, 2007 at 6:11 pm

    This seems pretty straight forward; a group of citizens who did not like the results of a county wide vote are attempting to mount a legal challenge to the result of the vote. Sour grapes? That is one way to put it, but, as citizens it is their right to work to change what they don’t like. I am not saying that I agree with what they are trying to do or how they are going about it, but they have the “right” to attempt this. I am certainly no lawyer but I do find their point to be interesting. I also wonder if the Copelands will make any “anonymous” donations to the cause. Because I have a small business downtown, my opposition to both of Ernie Dalidio’s projects are viewed by most as an opposition to competition; not so. A project that gets built outside of downtown somewhat alleviates the push for higher rents downtown because there is less competition for the existing spaces. My initial opposition to the Dalidio projects has been about following the existing guidelines for development, having the project pay for its impact on the streets, freeway access, traffic, police and fire protection, providing for the water supply demands and the increased output going to the existing sewer plant. I always thought that it was a shame that Mr. Dalidio seems to be focused only in maximizing his potential income with no regard for what the community that lives here would prefer. Most of those who tout “Property Rights!” will have a few choice words about that, but what is wrong with being considerate? Many have suggested that anyone who does not like what Mr. Dalidio wants to do should buy the property, but Mr. Dalidio has steadfastly refused to put a price on the parcel. It will be interesting to see if this group can come up with the money that they need to mount this legal challenge.

  9. Brett
    February 13, 2007 at 8:56 pm

    “Anonymous said…
    Brett, I have two words for you: Anger management.”

    There’s a lot of tough talking going on here but the truth is that whatever is being said wouldn’t be said one on one. Jerry being a prime exampel. I’m just pointing that out.

  10. Anonymous
    February 13, 2007 at 10:56 pm

    Seems like someone woke up on the wrong side of the rock!

  11. Rich from Paso
    February 14, 2007 at 12:22 am

    I don’t know Brett. You may be very mistaken if you believe that JERRY wouldn’t have the guts to call you a putz to your face. He sounds like the kind of guy that would do it just to piss you off, just like the all caps thing. You all show him what buttons to push and he gets great amusement out of pushing them. You may be underestimating the lengths he would go to just to make you mad.

  12. brett
    February 14, 2007 at 1:38 am

    golfingslo said:

    “Oh I forgot, Save SLO or CPR or whatever they are calling themselves was paid for their silence from the Gearhart’s and Pearce’s and other developers whose projects are being built.”

    “One must conclude then either they have a personal grudge against Dalidio or they were paid off or they would be consistent in the opposition.”

    Hold on here. You first said that Save SLO or CRP was PAID off by their silence by Gearhart and Pearce. Now you are saying that CRP or Save SLO was either paid off or the have a person grudge against Dalidio. You’re starting to waffle.

    The accusation your discribing against Save SLO, which was a campaign committee formed to oppose Measures A, B, and C, is certainly a criminal act. So where is your proof.

    Actually why don’t you describe to me how Gearhart paid off the campaign and then made it clear to those working on the campaign to remain silent on Gearhart’s project. You might as well describe Pearce’s involvement as well.

    If you have proof I will go to the District Attorney’s office and file a complaint.

  13. pissed off slo person
    February 14, 2007 at 6:54 am

    Mrs. Wilvert! What the hell is she! Last I heard, she was a very mousy and scared teachers aid in my second grade class at Los Ranchos School. As a second grader, I remember her speaking very very softly and didn’t seem to do much for the class. How sad that she feels the need to try and change a project that most people want. If this group was so sincere, why in the f don’t they put together their money, and hire a lawyer to start negotiating an offer to buy this precious land or lease it at a comparable rate to Mr. Dalidio renting it out. PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR FAT ASSES SIT YOUR PIECE OF SHIT PEOPLE!

  14. funny news so called
    February 14, 2007 at 6:57 am

    Apparently, in an attempt to recruit new blogger, the democrats have failed!

    LONDON – Give an infinite number of monkeys an infinite number of typewriters, the theory goes, and they will eventually produce the works of Shakespeare.

    Researchers at Plymouth University in England reported this week that primates left alone with a computer attacked the machine and failed to produce a single word.

    A group of faculty and students in the university’s media program left a computer in the monkey enclosure at Paignton Zoo in southwest England, home to six Sulawesi crested macaques. Then, they waited.

    At first, said researcher Mike Phillips, “the lead male got a stone and started bashing the hell out of it.

    “Another thing they were interested in was in defecating and urinating all over the keyboard,” added Phillips, who runs the university’s Institute of Digital Arts and Technologies.

    Eventually, monkeys Elmo, Gum, Heather, Holly, Mistletoe and Rowan produced five pages of text, composed primarily of the letter S. Later, the letters A, J, L and M crept in — not quite literature.

    The notion that monkeys typing at random will eventually produce literature is often attributed to Thomas Huxley, a 19th-century scientist who supported Charles Darwin’s theories of evolution. Mathematicians have also used it to illustrate concepts of chance.

    The Plymouth experiment was part of the Vivaria Project, which plans to install computers in zoos across Europe to study differences between animal and artificial life.

    “They were quite interested in the screen, and they saw that when they typed a letter, something happened. There was a level of intention there.”

  15. Wayne Newton
    February 14, 2007 at 6:59 am

    Many might not know this, but Cynthia Walsh lives at the same property that Mr. Newton used to live at part time. Greengate Farms in Edna. Cynthia’s maiden name was Stream…Jay Stream’s daughter. Perhaps she got her animals loving from growing up around Wayne?

    LAS VEGAS – Wayne Newton’s wallaby escaped from the performer’s home Thursday morning, leading police, animal control officers and an urban cowboy on a two-mile chase through south Las Vegas.

    The female adult wallaby, a marsupial with clawed fingers and powerful legs, first was seen about 6:30 a.m. running down a busy street near Newton’s walled compound, said Joe Boteilho of Clark County Animal Control.

    About the same time, Harry Sullard, 49, got a call from his oldest son, who said there was a kangaroo on the loose.

    “I asked him what he had been smoking,” Sullard recalled.

    But Sullard, a self-described redneck and cowboy, grabbed a lasso from his truck and took off on foot after the hopping wallaby, named Priscilla.

    The chase lasted nearly two miles, Sullard said, as he hoped the animal would tire. When she did, Sullard pounced with his authentic rodeo rope.

    “I’m not very good because I missed him the first two times,” he said. “But I got him the third time. She started kicking but calmed down.”

    An animal control officer snared Priscilla about 6:50 a.m. and got the animal secured in an officer’s truck. Boteilho said Priscilla was returned unharmed to Newton.

    Newton’s publicist, Tricia McCrone, said investigators were trying to determine how Priscilla got out of the compound

  16. Phil Hendrie wannabe
    February 14, 2007 at 7:18 am

    I forgot to ask you Dave,

    Was the guy from Chicago on, Dewine’s aid, really Michelle from San Jose? They both have the same voice. Very suspicious.

  17. Dave Congalton
    February 14, 2007 at 8:33 am

    Hey Phil Hendrie Wannabe,

    Thanks for taking the cheap shot at Charlie from today’s show. He spent more than ten years working on Capitol Hill and was in Gingrich’s inner circle before the Newtser screwed up. He’s sharp, insightful and knows where all the bodies are buried.

    But it fair to mention him and Michele in the same breath. They’re both smart and they’re usually right and they can withstand chickenshit anonymous shots.

  18. JerryDinAZ
    February 14, 2007 at 5:12 pm


  19. Anonymous
    February 14, 2007 at 11:21 pm

    anyone have some cheese to go with jerry’s whine?

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