Well, some of the numbers and names are in so far and it’s pretty clear that the Harbor District race doesn’t exactly break down to the usual “progressive vs. conservative” blocks. The list of contributors breaks down to whether you see the Humboldt as a recreational/biological resource to be treated with a conservation ethic, or you see it as a so called “deep water” port to be exploited for industrial use. The latter group are the same ones that have gone “all in” on the various “crazy train” schemes.
The economic choice seems clear to us; gradual growth of Mariculture and Recreation for a sustainable “green” bay approach or turn the Bay into essentially an industrial toilet like it has been in the past, with no reasonable hope of financial success for anybody except a small hand full of already well heeled folks.
Angeloff and Rotewein claim not to be part of the “crazy train” camp but a look at their donors tells a different story:
On a side note, if you’re going to claim that the timing of the Greg Dale lawsuit isn’t political, then donating to Dale’s opponent looks quite suspicious and……just makes you look dishonest. Mr. Leo Sears, you wear a Volunteer Eureka Police Department uniform and claim to be an honest and upright person. However, your actions appear to put you right in line with any other slimy political operator. That’s a shame Leo.