I notice you speak a lot about fairness and equality in your writing. Let's talk about that.
The name of this publication indicates that it is a news source for the entirety of Monterey COUNTY. Why is it that every article on this site pertains only to happenings on the Monterey Penninsula and in Salinas? Did the county line move north without me knowing it?
Here's a quote from your site's "About" section:
With a growing state university (CSU Monterey Bay), expanding marine science exploration in the Monterey Bay, and regional impacts from Silicon Valley, the county is in an explosive time of growth and transformation.
What about the transformative changes taking place in our beautiful county's most important industry - agriculture? Where's mention of the amazingly innovative things those fine people are doing?
Where's the love for the nearly 70,000 people who reside in South Monterey County? I realize that us "Southerners" may be too Podunk for you and your political agenda. That's fine, we're used to being ignored. But let me ask you this; what thoughtful, provocative and engaging about ignoring an entire area of your supposed circulation. Are you afraid that our conservative, pro-business ideas might somehow discredit you? What gives?
Last login: Friday, July 1, 2011
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