That is pretty funny that moving what? Two blocks? is considered "moving into town."
so you got the info for this column, including the supposed name of the committee, from the minutes and the op-ed by the Harbor Working Group, which is not part of the committee...ok.
Rumor has it that Commissioners Ulansey, Morris, Bongio, and McKenny all cancelled this afternoon - exactly what is going on here? Calling a Special Meeting with 24 hours' notice, then cancelling it with 2 hours' notice? This subversion of public process is an absolute outrage.
The GPU "Ad Hoc Working Group" was not appointed - it was a changing group depending on the topic, e.g. the Circulation Element was reviewed by one group, the Economic Development Element by another group - with some overlap. It was convened as a favor to Ryan Sundberg, who wanted to quell the firestorm over the GPU. When the realtors and developers quit the Ad Hoc Working Group, and Lee Ulansey demanded that he be handed the GPU to gut, the firestorm has flared up again. Glad people are paying attention!
they should add at the end of the non-apology something like, "nothing will ever be good enough for the haters who consider themselves the arbiters of good and evil." It worked so well for Dan Johnson!
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service banned lead ammo for waterfowl hunting in 1991. Which is a good thing: less lead in lakes and wetlands is a good thing for everyone, human and wildlife.
Aren't people able to trade in lead ammo for non-lead ammo now? Would be good to get the word out about that.
In other words, Caltrans needs to come up with a plan that is consistent with the Coastal Act, provides bike/ped access, and plans for sea level rise.
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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