Viewpoint - June 1, 2011

Letter: Trash talk has no place in Saltworks discussion

Arizona-based DMB, developer for the Cargill salt ponds, resorts to vulgar mud-slinging in response to a damaging survey against their Saltworks project.

Dave Boyce's article quotes DMB's spokesman Jay Reed as saying, "David Lewis has as much credibility about public opinion in Redwood City as Tiger Woods does talking about marital fidelity."

Trashy talk is common these days. However, it is disrespectful in such a serious discussion. And it only appears to communicate that DMB is getting really desperate.

Gita Dev, Woodside


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