Friday, May 24, 2013
I missed the deleted conversation, but have to agree that editorial standards seem to be slipping at SacPress. Did you guys get rid of your copyeditor?
Thank you for the clarification, moehong. The article does not state that clearly. Some of us don't have the "insider knowledge" apparently. The article is a bit misleading because it doesn't say that just a few restaurants are opposed--it sounded like it was painting all brick and mortar restaurants with the same brush, which I thought was the inaccurate part. Why don't you name the restaurants and the one city council member who you are mentioning? I'm curious about this.
While I'm a supporter of the food trucks, I think it's grossly inaccurate to portray all brick-and-mortar restaurants as "rich" and "established." It's great that the food truck owners have established their own advocacy group and are working toward changes in the current city ordinances. However, this particular issue is not going to sway my vote one way or another. Frankly, City Council has more serious issues to solve, IMO.
Ugh. How about we all stay out of each other's buying and eating habits? When I go to the Co-op, it is to buy groceries, not have anyone's political agenda shoved in my face.
I don't agree that the unions are the root of all evil; however, I am really outraged at the myopia and mismanagement of the utilities department. I am voting yes on "B" as an expression of my frustration and dissatisfaction, not because I actually like the measure. I hope it sends a message to our city leaders that there is definitely a problem that needs to be fixed.
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