It has become apparent that there is a lot of confusion surrounding SunCal’s map in the sea-level rise section of their master plan which is being read by many as depicting solely sea level rise.
At Wednesday’s ARRA meeting, something miraculous happened. A councilmember decided to take a real leadership role in the Alameda Point project. After years of moving the Alameda Point project forward while trying to keep a respectful distance from it, someone on the council stepped up to the plate and took a full-fledged position.
Right after the November 2006 election, AP&T General Manager, Girish Balachandran, held meetings with 50 to 60 people to talk to about the Telecom and the overwhelming feedback from the attendees was “get out, get out before it’s too late.”
The election is over…well not over, there are still ballots being counted, and Measure P is too close to call and all, but the city council race is done. And what are the lessons to be learned?
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.
A five year financial retrospective of city General Fund financing shows why voting against Measure P might not be the best option. Also: Election Survey results so far.
Apparently while houses in Northern California create traffic, therefore we should only build commercial properties, in Southern California, commercial development brings traffic.
Alamedan Eric Ladenburg headed to Wasilla Alaska to help document the political life and times of soon to be former VP candidate Sarah Palin. Check out the Wasilla Project.
Newspapers and blogs lit up with commentary about the Measure P campaign. Questions remain as to where the money for the “no on P” campaign comes from.