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It is proposed that a quarry be built not far from Castroville, and that the quarry company be given the right of eminent domain the power to buy the land of others, against the owners' will, for the "good of the public" which translates "company's own financial gain" (in this case, right of way for a rail spur). The "good" also would include more than 100 new jobs and perhaps a half-million dollars per year in tax revenue.
The Castroville/Quihi area doesn't have local Talk radio or its own local newspaper, so regular citizens have no place to air opinions about the issue, which is why I offer my KTSA program for their use. The airing of the story of the Vulcan Materials quest for the power to condemn other people's land begins today after our 1 p.m. news. Many sides of the issue can be aired in the coming days, if the people of Medina county care to avail themselves of the opportunity. This is one of the core reasons why I love and respect local radio, wherever it is community service. What a concept, huh!
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