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Nelson concert still ‘tentative’ says promoter

By Dan Tucker GAZETTE PUBLISHER

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For heaven sakes. Its only

For heaven sakes. Its only music in a cow pasture. BOS needs to get over themselves already. If it were any of the good ole boys a permit wouldn't even be needed. They will make sure that coyote springs does not get the venue. Why is the head of planning sticking his nose in a concert in a cow pasture. I don't see any building or development going on there. Kris Schenk always has an agenda of his own.

It does not take a rocket

It does not take a rocket scientist to know why permits are needed!! And when you are dealing with crowds of people even MORE permits and insuance are required! Since you are defending them I am going to guess you are one of the few that have never been "bamboozled" by them! Do things by the book and there are no issues. Oh, that's right. They don't know how to do that.

If Willie Nelson signs a

If Willie Nelson signs a contract with Ken Baker, Teresa Castaldi, et al, he better get his money upfront before he performs. These people have broken many promises in the past.

You're dealing with

You're dealing with unscrupulous people Willie. Check them out before doing business with them.

AGREE!!! Once a snake ALWAYS

AGREE!!! Once a snake ALWAYS a snake!

Only in Mariposa would this

Only in Mariposa would this reaction happen: John Q. Citizen: "Let's bring a wonderful event to the community. It will be a family event, and it will raise much-needed tax revenue!" County Officials and DA: "Isn't that illegal? It has to be illegal. If it isn't illegal, let's keep the red tape spinning, and use the Sheriff's Department to intimidate the outsiders who want to dare to come to our perfect community. If the process is long enough and difficult enough, and we throw in enough wrenches, eventually someone will break some law or other." The Mariposa power base knows only one way to raise money -- through fines.

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