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By Robert W. Sternfels | December 5, 2008
Good job on reporting details on the construction of the RV park at Crystal Cove State Park. ?Campground raises new concerns,? Nov. 21). I live just down the road, less than two miles, have been RVing since 1981, have traveled all over the U.S. many times and know of the problems in many of the parks. I am surprised to read that the spaces will be adjacent to the school?s recreation area as this will present problems for both the school children and the people who are assigned the spaces.
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By: | August 27, 2005
ON THE AGENDA Here are a few of the issues the council will consider Tuesday night. HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDS The City Council will consider approving $236,758 in State Homeland Security Grant Program funds for the Fire and Police departments. WHAT TO EXPECT If the council approves the funding, it will be used for emergency prevention, preparedness and to recover from terrorism events. Materials that could be procured by the city include radios for first responders, hazardous materials training course and monitoring equipment.
BUSINESS
January 4, 2008
Wheelbase Communications Half car/truck from Australia in the pipeline for North America: Remember the Chevrolet El Camino, basically a two-door Chevelle with a truck bed in place of a trunk and a rear seat? It seems that General Motors will sell a rebadged/reworked version of the Holden VE Commodore Ute in North America, which emulates the El Camino at least in spirit. GM is already planning to import 50,000 Commodore sedans, which will be North Americanized and sold here as the Pontiac G8. The new Pontiac trucklet will be named the G8 ST for Sport Truck and will only be available with the 6.1-liter V8, which is the G8 sedan’s optional engine.
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By Jeff MelnychukWheelbase Communications | January 4, 2008
The silence is deafening. The high-decibel roaring, screaming, vibrating and wall shaking ended only moments before. Happily, there's no gushing fluid, no smoke and no parts spit onto the floor or slung into the walls, parts that are supposed to stay on the inside of the engine. And happily, the dynamometer — the horsepower-o-meter — shows 915 ponies and 830 lb-ft. of torque, with plenty of tuning left to do. “It's still got lots left in it,” reassures the man at the controls of this fuel-injected and supercharged 7.3-liter Chrysler V8. “Probably 200 more horsepower.
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By Billy Fried | September 6, 2013
The weekend before it began my van was packed so full of gear I had to buy a roof rack to accommodate more. Plus there were the four bikes hitched to the back. I was headed to Burning Man for the fourth time, that annual pilgrimage in the parched Black Rock desert northeast of Reno known for its public nudity, radical exhibitionism and all-night drug- and sex-filled parties. It's all of that, of course, but much more. Even with the past experiences, it never seems to get easier.
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By Robert W. Sternfels | December 5, 2008
Good job on reporting details on the construction of the RV park at Crystal Cove State Park. ?Campground raises new concerns,? Nov. 21). I live just down the road, less than two miles, have been RVing since 1981, have traveled all over the U.S. many times and know of the problems in many of the parks. I am surprised to read that the spaces will be adjacent to the school?s recreation area as this will present problems for both the school children and the people who are assigned the spaces.
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