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Posted on May 10 at 3:46 p.m.
It looks like Frank has a very good chance at winning when he's up against these Democrats. These Democrats have not been able to elect a full slate in recent SB City Council history.
On Dem Committee Announces Council Race Endorsements
Posted on December 13 at 6:24 p.m.
"...PODER, who argued the injunction wasn’t warranted by existing crime rates..."
Remember when the gang injunction was introduced the crime rate was higher than it is now. In fact I was very concerned about the regular stabbings that were occurring both on the Eastside, Westside AND just off of State Street.
Since then the crime rate has gone down. Maybe a get tough stance isn't a bad thing?
On S.B. Dems Oppose Gang Injunction
Posted on November 14 at 7:20 p.m.
It would have been so much more fun to make that nomination after Peter Adam took office.
On New 3rd District Planning Commissioner Chosen
Posted on July 11 at 12:21 a.m.
Title may relate to the evidence that showed Barber was sending coded messages to associates of the Aryan Brotherhood?
On Alleged White Supremacist Found Guilty in Jailhouse Stabbings
Posted on May 29 at 2:01 p.m.
Quick google search finds: Seattle-area Section 8 recipients win $250,000 settlement http://www.fairhousing.com/index.cfm?...Hopefully the landlord will read this. And I'm not even a lawyer.
On Evicted Low-Income Tenants Look for New Homes
Posted on May 23 at 8:24 p.m.
I wish she hadn't given up. Those neighbors could have learned a thing or two. As neighbors I'd take women in recovery over drunk college kids any day of the week.
On Mesa Residents Block Sober Living House for Women
Posted on May 17 at 9:01 p.m.
Really BettyBoop? You can't read Nick's sarcasm? That makes me sad.
On Think Like a Dog
Posted on May 11 at 12:41 a.m.
So County Executive Chandra Wallar is telling the City how to plan and budget? I seem to remember that the City of Santa Barbara is a much better financial position than the County.
On Dividing the Redevelopment Spoils
Posted on April 25 at 9:15 a.m.
If this tax passes I want libraries back to regular hours, funding for restorative policing and we should rehire some park maintenance staff to clean up our parks. I will go to the City Council and tell them this is what I want (or I will at least send them an email). That's how government works. I think at least 50% of City voters will agree on some reasonable expenditures to make our city cleaner, safer and smarter.
On Revenues for Revenues' Sake
Posted on April 7 at 12:40 p.m.
This type of pension reform makes sense to me. Employees paying their fair share in order to save the very system they benefit from is only fair. And I'm willing to tax myself to make sure we have enough money to keep are parks clean and our streets safe. If these initiatives only require 50% I will put $$$ on the fact that they will pass. Thank you Madam Mayor for getting something done.
On Mayor Gets Mixed Messages on Initiative Package