Letters to the Editor

May 21, 2014 7:21 AM

Priority project

I want to thank Morro Bay Mayor Jamie Irons for his leadership, which is responsible for the Coastal Commission’s recent action waiving permit fees for the bridge and extension of the Morro Bay Harbor Walk. It was Irons’ efforts in improving the city’s previously dismal relationship with the commission that made this victory possible. Instead of fighting the commission, Irons has worked hard to build credibility with our coastal partners to find collaborative solutions to the challenges facing Morro Bay.

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