I’d like to respond to Paul Scrivano’s Nov. 30 letter “Wildlife bridge is dangerous, a waste of money.”
If only this statement referred to the writer himself: “Typically, civilization works best when it is devoid of the wild, bloodthirsty, nocturnal predators that get in its way.”
As with so many issues today, broad rhetorical statements make headlines but not sense. The open space surrounding Agoura, so dark and scary at night, conjures the perception of a threat that is grossly overstated.
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