John Moorlach, County Board of Supes Chairman, Goes Toe to Toes on the Nose with Surfrider Over Trestles Landmark Designation
Both revelations are found in a Moorlach blog posted Friday.
You can read the full post at jmpostings.posterous.com, but the supervisor essentially begins by laying out his knowledge and fondness of state and national historical landmarks, calls himself a longtime preservationist and then confides he has "a tough time swallowing the request to make Trestles a member of this effort to preserve national treasures."
Moorlach says his "cynical side" informs him the Surfrider proposal is not really aimed at glorifying the famous surf breaks and nearby lovely terrain but a "cute move" to further thwart the 241 toll road extension the board chairman and much of Orange County's establishment wants to carve into the Trestles area and the San Diego County border area.
Whaddya think? Should it be?
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