As You See It, Feb. 19, 2014: Get the...

As You See It, Feb. 19, 2014: Get the clock fixed

There are 3 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Feb 18, 2014, titled As You See It, Feb. 19, 2014: Get the clock fixed. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

Tempus fugit. ... time flies ... time stands still ... time is no more. Santa Cruz is not the same without its landmark Town Clock fully operational.

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BigotLetterExamp le

Oakland, CA

#1 Feb 18, 2014
Lots of issues with Town Clock

In regard to William Anguiano's comment about the Town Clock's hands missing, I'd say it's much more than the hands on our Town Clock that are missing. Gaze down from the clock and you will find a mini-sanctuary camp. We are missing an opportunity to clean up our city. "Does anyone know what time it is?" Indeed.

Janet Fardette, Santa Cruz
Gaze this

Santa Cruz, CA

#2 Feb 19, 2014
BigotLetterExample wrote:
Lots of issues with Town Clock
In regard to William Anguiano's comment about the Town Clock's hands missing, I'd say it's much more than the hands on our Town Clock that are missing. Gaze down from the clock and you will find a mini-sanctuary camp. We are missing an opportunity to clean up our city. "Does anyone know what time it is?" Indeed.
Janet Fardette, Santa Cruz
Gaze down from the town clock late afternoons and you'll find a bunch of assholes threatening to fight each other and alternatively coughing and choking as they pass their pipes around attempting to get high but ultimately failing even at that. Throw in a couple of dogs they can't afford to care for and the bikes they ride kamikaze-style against traffic and if that's your sanctuary camp, you can have it.

Since: May 08

Santa Cruz, CA

#3 Feb 19, 2014
BigotLetterExample wrote:
Lots of issues with Town Clock
In regard to William Anguiano's comment about the Town Clock's hands missing, I'd say it's much more than the hands on our Town Clock that are missing. Gaze down from the clock and you will find a mini-sanctuary camp. We are missing an opportunity to clean up our city. "Does anyone know what time it is?" Indeed.
Janet Fardette, Santa Cruz
Well-written letter!

So much of Santa Cruz has become off-limits to law abiding citizens. Not just San Lorenzo Park and the levee anymore - now also Evergreen Cemetery, Harvey West,(especially Friendship Park), the area around the wharf - taken over by drunken/drugged miscreants.

Instead of providing these jerks handouts and services, we should provide them nothing but scorn until they get clean. Too many do-gooders "helping" these folks creates more of them.

The whole of Santa Cruz is becoming a sanctuary camp.

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