Monday, April 30, 2007

A1: "Developer pressing Chino on projects"

From Doug Cook we learn the litany of complaints from a rich developer, and it's certainly not outside the bounds of possibility that Chino Valley is doing him dirty, but I don't see that Doug went to town officials for the other side of the story on why they're demanding so much. What's up with that?

Again, Doug, it's 'leaching,' not "leeching." You need verb agreement in the subhead too.


leftturnclyde said...

oh no ...he has to put in heart bleeds for him

Steven Ayres said...

But it's worthwhile asking why CV wants him to build it and then turn over ownership to the town. If it's specifically to handle waste from his development, why does CV want it, and if it's to handle more than that, why does he have to pay for all of it?