Events Page

To watch the video: “The Framing of an Oyster Farm”,  click the link or copy and paste it into your web browser: http://vimeo.com/52331881

 

07/28/14 Injunction hearing set for September, Shack & canning closes Thursday, 7-31-14

Shack and canning closes Thursday, 4:30PM, 7-31-14

Harvesting continues at least 30 more days

Both lawsuits ARE STILL PENDING

Injunction hearing (TBOC et al v DOI et al) set for September.

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ALSA, Faber & DBOC vs California Coastal Commission

Location: Marin Superior Court

Date: 04-16-14

Time: 8:30 AM

Judge: Chernus

Dept: B

If  you were planning on attending tomorrow’s court case (DBOC, ALSA and Faber vs. California Coastal Commission) at Marin Superior Court, there have been some changes:

Time: 8:30 AM

Judge: Chernus

Dept: B

 

CHANGE TIME TO 8:30 AM

CHANGE JUDGE TO: CHERNUS

CHANGE DEPARTMENT TO: B

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03-11-14 Faber, ALSA, and DBOC vs. California Coastal Commission, Marin Sup Court 3-11-14, 8:30 AM

MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF DRAKES BAY OYSTER COMPANY’S MOTION FOR PEREMPTORY WRIT OF MANDATE

HEARING DATE:      March 11, 2014

TIME:                           8:30 a.m.

DEPARTMENT:         B

JUDGE:                        Honorable CHERNUS

EXCERPTS FROM THE BRIEF: (regarding the actions of the CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION against DRAKES BAY OYSTER COMPANY)

…. the “wholesale disqualification” of a party’s experts violates due process as a matter of law, ….

the exclusion of a “credible and substantial” expert report violates due process.

the Commission violated due process by not allowing for cross-examination, and that the Commission’s decision was not supported by competent evidence.

This due-process violation, alone, is enough to invalidate the Orders.

The Commission thereby concedes the issue, and the motion. 

In the quasi-judicial proceeding at issue, the Commission

  • did not act as an impartial judge
  • was too happy to embrace criticisms of the oyster farm,
  • was too hostile to any evidence that favored the farm,
  • was too quick to dismiss evidence that rebutted the staff report.
  • Its behavior demonstrated a desire to win at any cost, and no respect for the truth.

                             VII.     CONCLUSION

This Court should issue an order declaring the Orders invalid, and issue a writ of mandate.

For the full reply to the CCC brief, click on or copy and paste the link below into your web browser:

03-04-14 Reply Brief ISO DBOC’s Motion for Peremptory Writ of Mandate

For the original Brief:

2014-14-02Memorandum in Support of Motion for Peremptory Writ of Mandate

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12-07-2013 TUNE IN TO SEDONA DREAMS TONIGHT AT 9:00 PM

George Whitehurst Berry will host

  • ELECTED MEMBER, NAS Dr. Corey Goodman (who uncovered the scientific misconduct of the PRNS)

  • COLLEGE OF MARIN PROF. Joe Mueller (who disagrees with Dr. Goodman)

Both have been on Sedona Dreams Radio previously but separately.

Both are invited for tonight’s 9:00 PM hour to discuss / debate the science behind the DBOC situation (see emails between George and Joe below – NOTE: Dr. Goodman has already committed to being on the show tonight)

Listeners can simply go to truthfrequencyradio.com & click on the “listen live” link on the home page when my show comes on. Listeners can also click on the “schedule” link on the home page to see when the Sedona Dreams show begins. You may also call one of the numbers listed below.

For more on this click on or copy and paste the below link into your web browser:

 https://oysterzone.wordpress.com/2013/12/07/12-07-13-dr-goodman-prof-joe-mueller-debate-dboc-on-sedona-dreams-radio-tonight/

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Revised Evite for McEvoy Event

09-15-13 from 3:30 – 7:00 PM

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Dinner by a host of Bay Area Restaurants

including

Mandarin Oriental S.F., Hayes Street Grill, Waterbar,

Swan Oyster Depot, Straus Family Creamery, Emporio Rulli,

Della Fattoria Bakery, and more…

September 15th 3:30- 7PM

5935 Red Hill Road, Petaluma

Special Guests

John Burton, Chairman of the California Democratic Party

Pete McCloskey, Former California Congress member

Bill Bagley, Former California Assembly member

Tolar Nolley, Founder, Oyster Company of Virginia, “Oysters for Life”

Music by Hot Club of Marin

RSVP and more information 415-669-9728

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07-15-13: RALLY IN SF TO SAVE DRAKES BAY OYSTER FARM 2-4 PM

RALLY IN SF TO SAVE DRAKES BAY OYSTER FARM

MONDAY 7-15-13

2-4 PM

PIER 7 – WATERFRONT RESTAURANT & CAFE

For more about this event, click on, or copy and paste the link below into your web browser:

https://oysterzone.wordpress.com/2013/07/11/07-15-13-rally-in-sf-to-save-drakes-bay-oyster-farm-2-4-pm/

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06-02-13 DBOC Float in Western Weekend Parade in Point Reyes, come join the Sea of Supporters!

Please come join Drakes Bay Oyster Farm this Sunday! June 2nd at noon with “NolaFornia Brass Band“!

Wear your Drakes Bay Oyster Company T-shirt (or your own blue shirt)

You will represent the

“Sea of Supporters”

Dancing in the street with farm supporters to the

“NolaFornia Brass Band”

with Tim Eschleman*.

Let the “Saints Go Marchin’ In”

Be proud of one of the best floats in the parade!

 

Bring your happy feet to join the Dixieland parade-within-a-parade!

DBOC has a beautiful float for this year’s Western Weekend Parade!

 

The parade starts at noon on Sunday June 2nd; we have secured the coveted last place in the parade!

We’ll all gather near at 7th & C Street in Point Reyes Station at noon

 

Planning to ride another beautiful float? No problem.

Walk back and join us at the end! Or, watch most of parade and join us when we get to you!

Can’t wait to see you!

DBOC float committee & the Lunny’s

[Please forward this email to DBOC supporters]

*

Performing credits include many recordings including the Nick-Lowe produced album, “Rush Hour” by The Moonlighters, various Commander Cody projects and a part in the 2010 Grammy-nominated CD, “Maria Muldaur’s Garden of Joy” as well as numerous le engagements with the likes of Etta James, Bo Diddley, Big Joe Turner, Johnnie Johnson, Jesse “Colin” Young, Frankie Ford, Earl King, Robert Ward, and New Orleans rock & roll sax innovator Lee Allen.

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05-14-2013 APPEAL FOR INJUNCTION

WHEN:  Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 9:00am Pacific Time

WHERE:  U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit,  Courtroom 1, 95 Seventh Street, SF, CA 94103

Overflow Locations (with live feed): Courtroom 4 & the Courthouse Cafe

TAKE THE DBOC CARE-A-VAN by Thunderstar – a 56 passenger capacity bus

DBOC BUS LEAVING SMITH RANCH ROAD/LUCAS VALLEY ROAD PARK AND RIDE AT 6:20 AM – ARRIVE AT 6:10 AM!!!

OVERFLOW RIDERS CAN CARPOOL.

Be on time, bus and car pools leaving at 6:20 AM.

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You Are Invited to The

Quaff a Few, Shuck a Few Benefit

to Save Drakes Bay Oyster Company

04-01-2013

6 – 9  PM

Lagunitas Beer Sanctuary

1280 N. McDowell, Petaluma California

Good Food, Great Friends, Fabulous Music

NO HOST BAR, SILENT AUCTION, TICKETS AT THE DOOR

Donation includes 2 tickets

Half-Shell $50

Rockerfeller $250

Cultured Pearl $500

String of Pearls $1,000

All proceeds go to save Drakes Bay Oyster Farm

RSVP 415-662-9848

Or Purchase Tickets online at:

dboc-benefit.bpt.me

Events Quaff and Shuck 04-01-13

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