Re: Battery fun at Cali ports
Author: Another non-Californian
Date: 11-23-2022 - 13:13

Non-Californian Wrote:
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> Time to get those Inland Rail Ports in Yuma,
> Kingman, Las Vegas, Sparks, Klamath Falls and
> Medford built,

????

How does a container ship get to any of these places.

The REAL inland ports are in Buffalo, Cleveland, Ashtabula (OH), Toledo, Northwestern Indiana/Southeastern Chicago, Milwaukee, and Duluth.

If someone has "hurt feelings" (to use Trigger's terms) about California's requirements for electric trucks for port areas, then ports in Vancouver, BC; Seattle, WA; or Portland (appropriately enough), OR can be used.

Until then, the best way to show that environmentalists, public health officials, and pollution abatement agency staff are being unreasonable is to move to a house along a road used by huge numbers of diesel trucks.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Battery fun at Cali ports w 11-23-2022 - 12:17
  Re: Battery fun at Cali ports Non-Californian 11-23-2022 - 12:36
  Re: Battery fun at Cali ports Another non-Californian 11-23-2022 - 13:13
  Re: Battery fun at Cali ports Non-Californian 11-23-2022 - 13:30
  New California ports (eventually) Commenter 11-23-2022 - 14:20
  Re: Battery fun at Cali ports John 11-24-2022 - 10:13
  Re: Battery fun at Cali ports Roxie 11-23-2022 - 17:15
  Re: Battery fun at Cali ports E.H. Harriman 11-24-2022 - 12:44
  Re: Battery fun at Cali ports Hey Nostradamus 11-24-2022 - 20:37


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