Slide sends silty slug down Bayside's Jacoby Creek; agencies say la...

Full story: Eureka Times Standard

Earlier this week, Jacoby Creek turned the color of chocolate milk. While there has been a lot of rain recently, old-timers who live in the watershed said they've never seen it run so muddy.

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porkchop

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Jun 6, 2010
 
Porkchop wrote:
Front page news?
"Agent David Reilly said that there are thousands of sites like this around the county, remnants of decades-old forest practices for which the current landowners aren't to blame."
Mark Andre & the city attorney are targeting George Bush for this atrocity. A lawsuit will filed Monday morning.
Not the original porkchop. I am. Never would I be so presumptious to us a capital P. Just because I haven't been around is no reason to steal my handle.
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Jun 6, 2010
 
jim hunter wrote:
ah, the days of sitting on the banks of jacoby creek, eating pecan pie, sipping sweet tea. good times, good times.
Jacoby Creek in Northern California, not Southern Mississippi. If you were at all familiar with the area, you would know how much we used to failue our time spent loging in salmon and gulping down slugs of buttermilk.
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Jun 6, 2010
 
Julia Butterfly wrote:
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You mean alliteration?
Yeah that.

Now I need to get back to slugging Bernard.
Tom Araya

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Jun 6, 2010
 
Middle of the road wrote:
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Hoping you're not a troll so here's a serious question. Where do your "rights" end and mine begin?
Not disrespecting your rights. I'm arguing the financial aspect. I'm all for protecting the salmon and the spirit of the environmental law as it stands.
The problem is the open-ended cost of hiring council, contractors and satisfying a myriad of subjective permits which will likely bankrupt a small landowner, in a process that may never end. Therefore, it only makes financial sense for the state and large corporations (whomever can afford a large legal team,) to own land near waterways.
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Jun 6, 2010
 
The ATTACK OF THE SILTY BANANA SLUGS IS UNDERWAY!!
Everyone living in the Jacoby Creek watershed, even the Old Timers, will be covered in silty slime by the Monday!! Beware of silty SLUG! If you see them they are big long and yellow with brown spots like a ripe banana. It is important to surround your walks and house perimeter with a line of rock salt to kill them if they try and attack you and your family. Thanks for the warning Times-Sub-Standard.
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Jun 6, 2010
 
silty slimy slugs summarily salted
salute
Middle of the road

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Jun 6, 2010
 
Tom Araya wrote:
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Not disrespecting your rights. I'm arguing the financial aspect. I'm all for protecting the salmon and the spirit of the environmental law as it stands.
The problem is the open-ended cost of hiring council, contractors and satisfying a myriad of subjective permits which will likely bankrupt a small landowner, in a process that may never end. Therefore, it only makes financial sense for the state and large corporations (whomever can afford a large legal team,) to own land near waterways.
I respectuflly disagree. Owning property is not too expensive for the small guy if said person doesn't try to rape the land (system). Everything is "relavent". Getting a permit to harvest one tree will cost you the same or less than it'll cost sierra pacific to harvest that one tree. We as a society won't benefit from you cutting that one tree while if sierra pacific does it right we as a society will benefit.

It's all relevent.....
Fousting at Windmills

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Jun 8, 2010
 
Is there any agency that wasn't called in to investigate? GASP....a landslide on a historic landslide after a good rain. Don't these people have anything better to do than call out every agency?
Harry

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Jun 9, 2010
 
Silty slugs sliding down local streams. Sounds like a horror flick!
Curious

Eureka, CA

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Jun 10, 2010
 
Is this Faust the same nutcase that lives up Graham Rd?
Reality Checker

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Jun 11, 2010
 
super slippery sliding slug sludge schleps slowly to the seashore.

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