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November 8, 1988 | MARK A. STEIN, Times Staff Writer
When loggers started buying up old-growth forests near this Humboldt County hamlet, about 80 local residents--that is, nearly everyone in town--huddled anxiously in the schoolhouse. They had spent a decade restoring the Mattole River as a fishery, repairing salmon spawning areas ruined by earlier logging and building. They feared that more logging would wipe that out--and take with it not only the ancient trees themselves but also the animals that need them to survive.
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November 8, 1988 | MARK A. STEIN, Times Staff Writer
When loggers started buying up old-growth forests near this Humboldt County hamlet, about 80 local residents--that is, nearly everyone in town--huddled anxiously in the schoolhouse. They had spent a decade restoring the Mattole River as a fishery, repairing salmon spawning areas ruined by earlier logging and building. They feared that more logging would wipe that out--and take with it not only the ancient trees themselves but also the animals that need them to survive.
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OPINION
December 30, 1990
If you could get Gov.-elect Pete Wilson's ear long enough to tell him one thing that you think he needs to do, what would it be? We put exactly that proposition to leading Californians of all political perspectives and backgrounds--educators, business people, community leaders, advocates. In return, we promised to forward their "memos" to the governor-elect--and to you. Here are the edited highlights. GOVERNING New Governor Must Explain Budget Realities to the State . . .
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