“1971 Will Be Good Year,”

Says Don Carder, New Chamber of Commerce President; Action On Freeways Is Urged

“1971 will be a good year for Half Moon Bay and the coastside,” said Don Carder, newly-elected president of the Half Moon Bay Chamber of Commerce as he took over the gavel at a Thursday noon luncheon.

“The emphasis should be for quality development and I believe that there will be growth. Controlled growth is better than having no planning to preseve some of the open space.”

–People Will Come–

“There are some who want no more people to come here, but the people will continue to come. I feel that not all the beach frontage should be taken by the county or the state.

“We should try to build better local sewer treatment plants so that we won’t have something like the Kaiser plan. The recreation aspect will be important in our future growth,” Carder added.

Carder was introduced by Ben LaMar, the outgoing president of the chamber, who urged continuation of the efforts to obtain construction of the Rt. 92 freeway from San Mateo and the Devil’s Slide bypass….”

(This 1971 article from the “Half Moon Bay Review” was sent to me by a reader.)