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Dibos Attorney At Law 2445 5th Avenue, Suite 420 San Diego, CA 92101 619-235-0307 No Recovery No Fee -- WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed by our contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit their opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance for publication. Letters must include your name and contact information. Letters may be mailed to:Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 email: in person: Julian News Office (in Soundings Complex) 1453 Hollow Glen Road (9am - 3:30pm Mon-Fri) Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue ~.,i~~ MAILED 52 WEEKS - $40.00 , First Class Delivery - $120.00 Mail Subscription To: julian News P.O.Box 639 Julian, CA 92036-0639 ~e PmN'q NAME: N3t~RES,S: Ck~ State TE~PHONE: ( ) Q MASTERcARD CF~ocr C~ID NUMSER: EXPIRATION DATE: PAYMENT METHOD CHECI( C] MONEY ORDER [~ I Z~o+4 Ct H Q SIGNA11JRE: For inform~ion, call (760) 765-2231 en t: Opinion o,~.~ County General Plan Gobbledygook Unmasked (Part 2 of 4) by Fred Schnaubelt San Diego City Councilman from 1977 to 1981. President, Citizens For Private Property Rights The county's new General Plan is riddled with impostor terms and gobbledygook, including terms that are undefined or indefinable. The Overview sets the stage: "GeneraIPlans .... provide a vision of the community's future. They set the philosophy and policies that decide, in general, what's built where ..... how communities will accommodate growth while preserving character and protecting what the community values." Within this plan bureaucrats use all-inclusive and collective terms such as community, community's future, community values, preserving community character, as well as other terms in official documents such as: the public, public interest, public good, public benefit, good of society or the people. Much like "Hope and Change" these terms are designed to confuse and mislead, meaning different things to different people with each consigning their own peculiar subjective definition. For instance, the term "the community" in actuality means every man, woman and child within the same region. "Community values," as used in the General Plan legitimately can only mean the combined values of every man, woman and child. It's stupid to assume that every man, woman and child actually share the same values, goals and ideas. It's more correct to assume that the "planners" or bureaucrats envision all of these "community values, etc." to reflect their personal notions to create a sustainable and green utopia. Law professor and property rights authority Bernard Siegan has written, "Planners must consider questions of compatibility, economic feasibility, property values, existing uses, adjoining and nearby uses, traffic, topography, utilities, schools, future growth, conservations and environment for each parcel of land. Just to determine the feasibility of one use for one site at one time would require a market survey costing possibly thousands of dollars." Yet the new General Plan claims to know the most desirable use for most if not all the land in the county's unincorporated area, 800,000 acres, for the next 20-years or so. Ludicrous! Whenever other impostor terms such as "growth, growth management and growth controls" are used they actually mean people control. In other words they are dictating where and how we will live including our life styles. These are government determinations now backed up by police power as so designated in the triangle chart (see above). So it's easy to see that the bureaucracy uses the term "growth control" because using terms such as "controlling people or people control" conjures up negatively charged images that would be highly offensive to most people. A major guiding principle of the County General Plan is "Sustainability;" Guiding Principle 7. A generally accepted definition states: "sustainability meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." (Quote from the United Nations on County General Plan Page 2-12). Introducing sustainability as a way to screw rural landowners and take property without compensation is led by people who call themselves environmentalists. These are people who would never steal anything themselves, but who have no compunction about demanding that the supervisors do the stealing in their behalf. These are people who actually should buy the land they covet with their own money, but who won't. They seem to relish controlling other people and their property and making them suffer financially. Instead of increasing wealth they wish to redistribute it from present owners to future owners. Sustainability or sustainable development sounds nice and is another imposter-term sprinkled throughout the General Plan designed to confuse and mislead. It implies that rights belong not to individuals, but to indefinable groups, i.e., "future generations," which means people not yet born. When they are born they no longer are part of a future generation because they obviously become part of the current generation. Thus, according to the new General Plan, as soon as they pop out of the womb they relinquish all rights to the resources conserved for future, generations. Sustainability is misleading because the present residents of the county are being required by the government's use of Police Power to sacrifice their well-being today for future generations that can never come into being because resources must always be conserved for successive unborn ]enerations. Gobbledygook for sure! July 21, 2010 "If jou haven% tried one jou're migging out on the exciting, mouth watering, ta e in town[" COFFEE HOUSE The Grazing Gourmet 2718 B ,5 1003 / i:noa r-isn-lac0s us-1 2018 Main Street 760 765 4600 Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... 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