Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Unfair. But maybe marriage isn't all it's cracked up to be...
This project is mixed-income, which will help support affordable rent for artists. The idea, it seems, is that artists do invigorate a city. Sounds civilized to me.
And we are still waiting for substance... what happened to hyper local coverage?
Hmm. Usually reporters take notes on what people said and do timely posts.
WTF people? Voting for someone because of his socks? I was looking for solid info about this debate, especially candidates' responses to questions, but nothing here.
Fernandez, do you never make a mistake or are you just a Droid?
village alchemy -- brilliant
down town get down
The lady brings it on.
Since you do not live in either neighborhood, you do not know what it is like to live next to a mega-billion dollar business -- a business that provides care, but a business none-the-less. UCD Med Center has more than 12,000 people on its 3.4 million square-feet of land. It will grow aggressively in the next 15 years and, as noted, the Med Center is exempt from the City's permit process. People living next to this have a right to speak up about the affect of the Med Center on their lives. This does not constitute "bitching."
That said, it does not justify the shenanigans of City Council on the redistricting issue.
Point taken. I think the problem is match.com. Get out and do things you like to do and you will find someone with whom you truly relate.
Bloody good continuing coverage on this issue.
What a bloody mess. Leave it to Steve Cohn to do something like this.
What can be done is for City Planning to deny the special permit for the drive through. That is an entitlement McD's is asking for with no gain to the community.
Ben, yes neighbors have the right to oppose what goes in their neighborhood, but they need to be balanced in their opposition and not have a narrow view.
I was ready to go today.
hmmm mortality, can I deal with that?
Ms. Corker did a fine job with this article. Her job was to cover what happened at Thursday's planning meeting, and she did that admirably. It is a reporter's job to cover timely news, not waggle through all the political nuances surrounding a situation. That is an analysis and cannot be expected in a straight news article. Writers work on deadline Mr. Robertson, really. The only agenda here is yours.
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