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Letters, Sept. 30, 2014: Drivers must think about benefit-consequence

Published Sep 30




UCSC failing on housing

Drivers must think about benefit-consequence…

Drivers must think about benefit-consequence…


«However, last spring at the Sustainable Santa Cruz community workshop in Live Oak,…»
Nontheless, despite how discourteous a cyclist may be on a narrow road — Casserly, for example — if the driver becomes impatient, crosses the double-yellow line on a blind curve and hits an oncoming car, causing many injuries to all parties, the driver is still at fault. Drivers may want to rethink how and when they pass a cyclist. We try to teach our kids the process of decision making with risks, benefits and consequences. I feel this skill is largely lacking in a lot of people behind the wheel.

Don’t overlook value of entry-level jobs…


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