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    Scoreboard solution

    Blah, blah, blah.

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    Adult center needed

    Your recent article on the difficulty finding appropriate care for children also could apply to adults in this area, (Facility faces state scrutiny, Aug. 16). A long-term treatment program is needed, such as is available in Ventura. Adults are discharged after 72 hours without follow-up assistance...

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    End the season

    Memo to Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong: Turn off the scoreboard; cancel the rest of the season.

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    Try this at home

    OK, with no water solution we agree on in Cambria, we’ve all got to do what we can at home. Here are a few suggestions:

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    Nuclear foolishness

    The Napa earthquake should serve as a wake-up call to immediately rescind the license for Diablo Canyon Power Plant.

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    Close Diablo Canyon

    Let me get this straight — The former chief Nuclear Regulatory Commission inspector for our nuclear reactor, Michael Peck, files a report , twice, recommending that, because the plant is potentially so dangerous, it should be shut down until proven safe from seismic activity from a newly discovered...

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    Forgo the water hose

    There is only one problem with Brittany’s suggestion of trying to live on 5 gallons of water per day, (“A reason to dump the ice bucket challenge,” Aug. 27). She filled her bucket from the hose! Every store I have been in there are tags on the hoses to the effect of: This ...

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    Time for AG to move on

    The Tribune’s opinion on the investigation involving two Arroyo Grande city staff members was exceptionally well thought out. I agree with its urging the City Council to stand by its employees. It’s pretty sad that an entirely fabricated article could be believed by any thinking ...

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    Baseball coverage a hit

    Thank you for your coverage of the demise of the home-run binge.

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    Capps has good record

    The writer of the letter, “Where’s Lois Capps?” (Aug. 27) should have checked his facts before submitting it to The Tribune. Rep. Capps has one of the best records for number of days spent with her constituency. I think she also has the record for number of Viewpoints published...

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