Re "Japanese to Pay $100 Million in Dana Point Deal" (Nov. 10): I was angered to see that, in a decade of gridlock, diminishing untouched land and overdevelopment, California is in danger of losing yet more land to development.
Monarch Bay currently is one of few coastal areas not crammed full of buildings.
During the materialistic, careless '80s, plans were approved plans to bulldoze and develop the land. Now, by chance, the Dana Point City Council has been given another chance to rethink that decision.
Let the new decision reflect a new awareness and concern of the '90s, and keep foreign companies like Nippon Shinpan from destroying California's native beauty by overdeveloping.
Re "Some Fear Development in Dana Point" (Nov. 5): I hope this wakes up the residents and business owners of this wonderful city to get involved.