2012-03-22 / Sierra Lifestyles

CarStations connects electric cars to juice

By Erik Skindrud
GAZETTE REPORTER

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THIS IS A FABULOUS STORY

THIS IS A FABULOUS STORY ABOUT HEATHER BERNIKOFF AND DAVID RABOY IN THE MARIPOSA GAZETTE!!! I'm writing from New Orleans. My husband and I have been enjoying your news from Mariposa frequently, because we religiously followed the great articles and coverage by one of our favortie writers who served as a local writer for your paper, Margaret Hartley. "CarStations Connects Electric Cars to Juice" is a wonderful feature story about your local residents (of the surrounding area), Heather Bernikoff and David Raboy, who both seem determined to help change the world for the better, especially in our America as well as in their own community. Erik Skindrud's uplifting coverage about Bernikoff and Raboy's successful efforts with electric cars and charging stations is quite inspirational! His feature is well-written, entertaining and informative. Well-done, Mr. Skindrud! Makes me and my husband want to rush right out and find an electric car to buy too! We saw the film, "Who Killed the Electric Car" when it was first released, and even then were dismayed at the demise of the electric car. So, we are particularly thrilled to realize that your local heroes, Bernikoff and Raboy, appeared in this important and well-done documentary, and that they are going full-speed ahead with their efforts regarding the use of electric cars and charging stations. It's a tremendous accomplishment for these two young adults to have succeeded in forming their company and expanding it as they are doing. CONGRATULATIONS TO HEATHER AND DAVE! And congratulations to the Mariposa Weekly Gazette for having the title of "California's oldest weekly newspaper of continuous publication, since 1854!" To all of you . . . keep up the great work! Patty Lee and Armand St. Martin New Orleans, Louisiana

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