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Posted on September 11 at 12:54 p.m.
These comments are all coming from insider baseball people. The word needs to get out to the community at large. My view is a general mirror of Mickey Flacks. I'm not necessarily advocating for affordable housing, just housing. The current 1% vacancy factor in SB rental housing, according to internal City analysis, can be attributed in large part to City College's failure to provide ANY housing: students, staff, professors.. .. none. I support bond measures for education but my trouble, deep trouble, is that the SBCC Board is not a community thinker in the broad sense. They only think about their campus and money. I've been to several meetings and listened to discussions that could be about a campus on the moon. No real planning thoughts, about the big picture of how the City at-large is affected. I am actively against the measure until I can see a more inclusive understanding by the Board. Telling me they need to fix old buildings, that simply is not enough, by a mile.
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Posted on July 9 at 8:51 a.m.
So, tell us more about his story.
On Ponzi King Reed Slatkin Freed
Posted on July 3 at 10:08 a.m.
Say wha-a-a? This is an explanation?
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