Letter: Back to the 1950s
To the editor,
I moved here 10 years ago to what looked like a burgeoning town about to be the next Napa. Nothing much has changed since – we still drive on third world roads , restaurants come and go and if you like BBQ, Pizza and sandwiches we are well catered and we do have a lot more wineries.
We did not get the parking structure or the performing arts centre promised in the development of the Hayward Lumber site in town, despite it being part of the original hotel planning application.
Today marks another milestone, as the city are intent on decimating the amount of nightly home rentals allowed in our town.
So if you want to stay in luxe accommodation and be welcomed by a friendly town, fugetaboutit.
We are on the way to being a premier wine destination, but muddled thinking and sloth like ambition is sending us in reverse to dullsville.