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Posted on May 1 at 3:53 a.m.
Pretty strange op-ed for someone not even quoted in the original story! Even more strange to publicly bash nearby businesses and this paper (who did a nice fluff piece on your shop a few years back) while standing up for someone that can clearly defend themselves.
I have no problem visiting Public Market businesses while this plays out, including those owned by Cafarelli, but your whining just took Rori's off my list. By the way, is that Nutella ice cream licensed?
On Bad Decisions, Bad Press
Posted on April 30 at 3:21 p.m.
Looks like a solid hire. Maybe she can teach Bob Williams how to coach?
On Bonnie Henrickson Chosen to Coach UCSB's Women's Basketball Team
Posted on April 16 at 7:28 a.m.
To say Helene is termed out "whether she wins or not" isnt really accurate. Technically she is on her last term, but if she doesnt win there will be no jostling until 2017 (16 or 18 if even year is approved) and no Council appointment at all which is quite a different reality than the inevitable "arm wrestling" scenario laid out above.
Also, it's not Dale or Mitchum who will run on the GOP side but rather Katcho Achadjian.
On Who Would Want This Job?
Posted on April 15 at 8:25 a.m.
Calling Wolf and HBJ Republicans in Dem clothing? If thats the case, I'd love to see your Dem party platform.
On Laura Capps 'Seriously' Pondering Run for Congress
Posted on February 26 at 12:32 p.m.
Cool story, was wondering when this would get floated here. Bike sharing doesn't make sense in every city but it does in SB. I could also see a very small program working in Carp.
My biggest gripe is about the bikes themselves; I know they have to be sturdy but it really detracts from ridership when there are no options other than a 40 pound single speed with a basket. It would be great to see the option of a city hybrid bike in addition to the standard clunker metropolitan. No need for full road bikes but given the elevation changes and the consumer demographics we would need a second option.
The next question is how the idea gels with existing options, particularly along the beachfront. How similar are the options, pricepoints, etc?
On Bike Sharing is Caring
Posted on November 19 at 1:47 p.m.
Luis is an awesome runner and even better person. The event and competitors are no joke either!
On Red Rock 50
Posted on November 6 at 2:02 p.m.
JohnLocke, the Mitchum-Capps race is completely over. As close as it was, Mitchum did not win a single facet of the election, losing both on election day and absentee ballots in SLO, SB, and VTA. There is a zero percent chance that Mitchum somehow wins remaining ballots by a 55-45 margin; instead Lois will extend her lead.
On Capps Survives; Measures P and S Flame Out
Posted on November 6 at 8:41 a.m.
Thanks for nailing it once again Jerry...I need to get back to perusing Calbuzz again.
On Election Day Takeaways
Posted on November 6 at 8:04 a.m.
Nockamixon - you're right that it would be a great park, but they are specifically looking at a $ shortfall. Open space would do nothing but exacerbate that by taking out nearly all of the revenue and retaining most of the expenses. Mulligan's would flip out and there would be no pro shop contract revenue either. A park is a nice idea but the city cannot afford one with that magnitude of maintenance with no revenue.
On Privatizing the Muni Links?
Posted on November 6 at 7:56 a.m.
Foot golf? Seriously? Im pretty sure that would still require maintenance and I'll go out on a limb to say 60,000 plus rounds of foot golf at $20+ a round is not even remotely plausible. When that's an option that's being explored you know we're in trouble.
Mulligans and the pro shop are the only two entities that someone would want but I can't see a smart business packaging a big $ loser in the golf course to gain two small winners. Back to the drawing board, Ms. Rapp.