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Posted on August 7 at 6:28 p.m.
We need a real fix.. Not just more money to Das's union friends.
On Funding Our Future
Posted on August 7 at 6:23 p.m.
I work for a company that does events bringing 100-400 people into town. The current hotel tax has madeus consider going elsewhere, 12.5% will help drive us out. 8% sales tax and 12.5% hotel tax, drives up cost considerably when talking about 100+ rooms.
On Supes Spar Over Hotel Tax Increase
Posted on August 2 at 4:02 p.m.
I think there needs to be a none ..
On Of the 30 electric vehicle charging stations nearby, which public one do you use the most?
Posted on July 28 at 6:01 p.m.
He seems like a great replacement for Capps.
On Meeting Congressional Candidate Chris Mitchum
Posted on June 22 at 11:21 a.m.
With only 44.5% in the primary I am praying that there is enough people that will vote for 'anyone but Capps' we can finally get someone that will represent us instead giving Nancy her every vote.
On A Real Victory
Posted on June 13 at 8:26 a.m.
The real issue the county needs to deal with is their bloated labor, benifits, and pension cost. Fix those issues and there will be plenty of money for infrastiurecture.But do not hold your breath .. This group will never do it.
On County Approves Budget over Adam's Objections
Posted on May 29 at 6:59 p.m.
If Capps needs more vote, the democrats will create whatever is needed and stuff the IV box.
On Congress Candidates Money Count
Posted on May 25 at 12:57 p.m.
Sadly the Indy endorsements are the way voters in this town vote. Imagine Capps for another 2 years? We should save expenses, leave her at home and just give her vote to Pelosi. The spend, tax and union front still running the city and county. I am still waiting for SB to wake up!
On Endorsements: Measure M and 2nd District Supervisor and Sheriff
Posted on May 17 at 9:55 a.m.
I have to side with foo on this. If you make a list of everywhere our tax dollars should go -- adult ed has to be near the bottom. Maybe Ken should take on pension reform to free up tons of money for lots of projects -- safety, mental health, infrastructure, healthy food, k-12 education., college education, preschool education. With pension reform we could do so much more!
On One Year into Lifelong Learning
Posted on May 16 at 2:16 p.m.
Das, yes let's invest more in education. Let's do it by reducing what we spend on pensions. Start by Working to get all the original Brown pension reform points passed as a starter. Then go deeper.
Free up 20% of the budget (without the extra short term taxes) and then let's invest in higher education.
On Reinvest in Higher Education