Saturday, May 18, 2013
Howdy Patricia, Coral
You point out what an entangled situation this is and yet you have only scratched the surface. Coral, can you address the situation of a fully valid same sex married couple, one remains in California to protect their full married rights especially in the area of community property and the spouse moves to a DOMA state say Florida, Oklahoma, to follow their employment? What if divorce, death, and or illness including things say dementia of either spouse becomes an issue. Is it easy to get an accurate idea of what could be involved. Is there anything that can be done to prepare for this? Any idea what kind of legal fees could be involved?
Yes Patricia, it is sometimes it is "easier to just kiss and make up!" - in one form or another.
With a lot of trial and error and for many same sex couples the help of some sort of counseling sort out what it means to be a couple following life changes and yes lets kiss and makeup and figure out how we remain a couple is the more productive route as it is for many opposite sex marrieds.
During the current legal quagmire kiss and make up may be the smart thing to do. We have now gone from the days of the quickie divorce states to the gay divorce/no gay divorce states.
If there was a shred of vision with the Sacramento city government this would have been a wonderful park. The orchard the developers ripped out could be replanted. The property could be used as a teaching center for ag.and horticulture.
That would at least limit the exposure to the very high pollution to working hours.
Would any intelligent parent want to raise children in such a polluted environment?
It is just those punch through tunnels that create the major concerns for East Sac. One is the increased flood risk. The other is while the Union Pacific parks its trains across the 28th Street crossing the only way in and out for any sort of vehicle will be through Elvis. Since no one knows when or how long the tracks will be blocked safe bet is go through East Sac, especially if headed to the Alhambra shopping district. CapCity at a standstill over the river? MicKinley village will make a great go around.
Just as civic engagement is hitting one of its lowest points in Sacramento “Centrage” raises its ugly head. "Centrage" gives the Curtis Park Railyards project a run for its money as the project in the last decade or more to create the most civic engagement by the impacted residents.
In fact, the last stab at “Centrage” created several associations between both East Sac/Midtown and Curtis Park groups that opposed part or all of both plans.
Maybe fighting the latest round of “Centrage” will take Midtowner's minds off who is going to be assaulted and robbed next.
There will definitely be another companion dog in my life soon but I doubt that there will be another as special as Sheila.
I am looking for another female Black and Tan Australian Cattle Dog or their close relative the Australian Kelpie or a ACD/Kelpie mix
Thank you so much Janice.
Everyone always told us the Sheila was incredibly lucky for us to have adopted her and they always add how incredibly lucky to have found her. I certainly experienced the latter Sheila's whole live with us. And I always knew in my heart the former.
There is no money at SacPress to defend a 4th amendment lawsuit, especially in such a huge gray area as news blog. A disclaimer is free way to try to hold off a lawsuit, but how effective in the age of lawsuits mixed with the intenet?
Very good for the neighborhood. Glad they could stay close by.
Really ment to title it: Verizon to Gay and Lesbian Sacramento employees: Forget your marriage.
Jared, can you give the detail of what SacPress is going to charge contributors to attend their party?
Allison, you state the philosophy of SacPress. Can you tell the readers what the mission statement of SacPress Corp. is?
"When we do have incidents, we notice it," said Councilman Steve Hansen Woulld Steve please explain who "we" is and is there more than one "we?"
Well done Mary! Great photos Kati. Well layed out.
Casey has the electronic version of Mr. Ortner's document. I hope that it can be posted pretty much as he published it. It is doubtful that all the individuals taged in the article have seen it but it is also a good bet that a number of them have given the wide circulation and Ortner's own efforts to have them read. All these individuals with the exception of Supervisor Peters have been very quiet about all this.
I have send you the original doc. I wanted to post them in a way that did not alter them. They would not come in directly from the source to paste-up in SacramentoPress with out altering their format,
Thank you so much for making my point George! As you point out two unsustainable bar/restaurants have gone out of business and how many years has been since we challenged the over-concentration of liquor licenses in the area? Ironically it was the same time period that the MSNA board found out that you had accepted a large financial gift from one of the properties on the 2700 block of J. You admitted it on SacPress but defended it as "that was a long long time ago." So since I have moved when HAS the board of MSNEPNA even questioned the conditions of a liquor permit or business license, i.e.. Bar West, in the neighborhood. Other than fighting parking relief what has the board done except plan social events?
Third murder in a decade. Last was someone sitting in their car at the gas pumps at the Arco. Before that it was a woman that had left the Blue Cue that was shot and killed behind the drivers seat at a stop light a few blocks down 28th. There was also the shooting on the patio of Harlows with 13 plus shots fired, several hitting cars across J. Amazingly there was only a wounding with that incident. That combined with the armed robbery of two women at 17th and J that had just left Harlows brought security patrols to the neighborhood. The bars stopped the security as soon as they felt the surbanites felt safe again. We through up our hands and moved out. And yes Advocate, since then the officers of the Marshall School New Era Park Neighborhood association have done nothing but encourage more bars and nightclubs.
More research: It was Bill Edgar and Bob Thomas. It is amazing that even the relatively honest former managers would pimp for waste management and stick to their fellow residents so badly. Oh, does anyone know if they live in the city and are subject to the deal they negotiated?
Why are we not seeing who these former city managers are? Are their names being withheld to protect the gulty? By any chance Would this be Ray Kerridge? The amount of bribery, graft and coruption that took place during Kerridge's unfortunate run as city manager (Thank you Mark Freedman) knew no bounds. The illegal building permits in Natomas are just the tip of the iceburg.
REI was founded in Seattle and continues to be headquarted in the Seattle suburb of Kent. They did build a flagship store in Denver probably to take advantage of the huge amount of outdoor activity. Their first flagship store is in the Cascade neighborhood of Seattle which replaced the original store in the Capitol Hill section of Seattle.
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