Joel Anderson met with Alpine business leaders and concerned citizens
Fri November 23, 2012 08:58pm
Mr. Anderson said California is facing great challenges; we need to increase revenue and put people back to work. Those are the areas that are most important at this time. In the last election a new State Board was seated. He then opened the floor for questions from the audience.
There are many car owners across the country who simply love the way their car looks, drives and feels, and they want to keep it forever. When serious engine trouble strikes, installing a remanufactured/rebuilt engine is an ideal way to economically extend your vehicle’s life so you can keep the “coolest” car around.
With the average price of gas in America hovering around $3.50 per gallon for regular unleaded, it costs more than $50 to fill a typical car's 15-gallon tank.
But why does gas cost so much?
You may blame high gas prices on rich oil company executives or greedy gas station owners. But the truth is, governments rake in a larger profit than anyone at the pump -- and with gas taxes on the rise in many parts of the country, there's no relief in sight.
To whom it may concern. Our community which borders the Cleveland National Forest is in imminent danger to catastrophic wildfire. Your crews in 2005 masticated native brush at a distance of least 300 feet from our property lines into the bordering Cleveland National Forest.
Now the brush is fully grown back and put us in grave danger to catastrophic wildfire. In addition the Sunrise Power Link’s transmission towers and cables have been erected and will now inhibit Cal Fire’s ability to control seasonal wildfires.