|Jeff Clark And Anybody Who Messes With His Wave|
From the story written by Bill Siverfarb of the DJ:
But others, such as Mavericks pioneer Jeff Clark, said Brennan had attempted to “obstruct his livelihood” and that she “meddled in his business.”
“I hate being here listening to everyone who drank your Kool-Aid,” Clark said about Brennan’s supporters.
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According Jeff Clark and his posse, THEY are the issue. Not beach access, not charter boats, not the media, not the public. THEY are the issue and it THEY who are to be consulted with on anything that has to do with THEIR wave.
If I were Mr. Clark, I'd let the twenty something blond who was wearing the really tight yoga pants at last night's meeting do his talking for him. Calling supporters of Sabrina Brennan Kool Aid Drinkers hardly reflects well on him, his entourage, and his desire to score big from the wave he acts like he owns.
Ms. Yoga Pants, as you are a spokesperson for Cartel, an out of town company, maybe you should respond to the following questions:
1) Why was the permit paid for two weeks late?
2) Why was the required insurance for the event not purchased until four weeks after the event window was officially opened?
3) Why was the fee for the event permit credited back to Cartel/Mavericks on February 27th?
4)In past years, the CCC issued a CDP for the one day closure of access to a public beach. Last year the CCC did not issue a CDP for Mavericks. Did Cartel obtain the required CDP in order to deny folks who are not on his list from accessing his beach on his day?
These are simple questions. Nobody will respond to them.
Surfers, are you aware that there was no legal way to hold the contest until the insurance was purchased on January 27th? Are you aware that Cartel/Mavericks had the permit fee credited back to them on February 27th which effectively closed the contest window?