Mayor Gilmore and City Council members, I’m writing with concerns about the Prioritized Transportation Project list being presented at the City Council meeting on Tuesday night The list’s methodology is opaque, and the listed projects themselves are unknown and have…
At that moment, City Manager Ann Marie Gallant summed up the difference as “the problem is the intent and the initiative language are two different things, and we opted to go with what the initiative language says.”
Mayor Johnson’s waffling on the Alameda Point issue was hardly a big secret. Just about everybody in town was talking about it weeks before last Tuesday’s press release. What was surprising, and strange, and possibly worrisome, is how it rolled out.
Happy new year everyone. It’s been a quiet month at SD&R, mainly because I’ve been out of town and decided to take a little time off from things Alameda. 2009 promises to be an interesting year and will probably go…
Measure P looks to be passing, incumbents removed from the School Board and other interesting info.
On Election day, we look back at Elections past and forward with election predictions from the SD&R 2008 Election poll
AC Transit has a parcel Tax on the Ballot. Vote yes, it needs your support.
With the national election seeming to be over as far as California’s concerned (does anyone think Obama or Stark aren’t going to be elected from California?) Let’s not foget that there are a number of state and local races that are incredibly important
And on Sunday (10/5), you’re invited to come to a party in support of Marie Gilmore’s re-election campaign co-hosted by your truly. (for privacy reasons, I’m not printing the address here, just email me for the info if you want to come).
The Council’s OSH decision has been much talked about this week, I’ve received emails about it from friends, the blogs have continued to expound theories, letters to the editor have looked very much like the blogs and it occurred to me that we have a very simple solution to sales tax conundrum caused by the Auto dealerships leaving. Don’t let them leave.