Letter writer Jan Vandersloot (Sept. 6) again misses the mark in his carping about the Signal Landmark plan for the largest wetlands restoration project ever attempted on the West Coast.
He misunderstands state Sen. Marian Bergeson's legislation, SB 1517, that would form a Bolsa bay harbor and conservation district to provide a bonding and federal funding repayment mechanism.
Signal Landmark as the principal property owner at Bolsa Chica is investing millions of dollars in environmental assurances to expand the Bolsa Chica wetlands restoration area by three times its existing size.
Instead of carping, Vandersloot and other critics should join in the effort to make this congressionally designated demonstration project a success.
WAYNE A. CLARK
Clark is a public relations consultant for Signal Landmark.