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Posted on June 2 at 12:40 p.m.
The irony here is that taxi cabs have been infringing on tour companies by conducting wine tours/city tours on a per fare basis. Which is completely illegal unless they have a Public Utilities Commission(PUC) Transportation Carrier Permit(TCP). The city won't regulate this infringement because as long as the meter in the cab is running and they don't charge over the meter or get complaints they won't enforce. The PUC says they cannot enforce these illegal cab tour companies because it lies outside their jurisdiction. The city has allowed too many cab companies and it is ruining the more than just their industry.
On Cabbies Take Uber Drivers to Task
Posted on August 21 at 1:01 a.m.
+80k was spent on the lookout at Arroyo Burro beach. Although it is nice, was it really necessary. As far as fees for access, I think it is entirely wrong to charge. It is discriminatory against the people who need it the most. There is not adequate public transportation to these beach sites. It is also a double tax, we already pay property taxes to fund these parks.The impact to the surrounding communities will be bigger than anyone can imagine.How about we only charge people who drive luxury cars to the beach? (Oh, they don't go to public beaches, they have gated ones to visit). The beach is owned by the citizens. Keep it Free.
On Major Resistance to Beach Parking Fees