Ab805 Is Not The Solution To Sandag

by Don Greene - 3/17/2017

If you have ever attended a SANDAG meeting, you can see merit in something Assembly Member Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher said in a statement published in a Voice of San Diego story. She says, "I’ve never been impressed by SANDAG. It’s a staff-driven organization that thinks its purpose is to build roads. I think a regional agency should do more than that."

To say SANDAG is a staff-driven organization is an understatment. The behemoth entity which controls the use of Transnet funds (the county gasoline tax used for transportation ...
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Issa Just Won The 49th Congressional District And Nobody Notices

by Don Greene - 3/11/2017

On Saturday, March 11th, Darrel Issa held his first Town Hall in Oceanside, CA. It is estimated by those inside the Junior Seau Recreation Center, a crowd of approximately 500 people heard the Congressman answer questions...
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Dems Running Out Of Foot To Shoot

by Don Greene - 3/3/2017

With the election of Tom Perez as new Democratic National Committee Chair, the Democrats demonstrate their desire to double down on the failed strategies of the last four decades, since the loss of George...
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The Who, What, Why, When, Where And How Of Sandag Prop A

by Don Greene - 2/26/2017

At the February 24th meeting of SANDAG, the San Diego Association of Governments, the Board of Directors comprised of the 18 jurisdictions of San Diego County, heard an explanation of the bad forecast used to anticipate...
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The Age Of Fear And Hiding In North County San Diego

by Don Greene - 2/25/2017

On February 20th, the Department of...
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Gaslight District Alive And Well In Escondido

by Don Greene - 2/14/2017

In January, the Escondido City Council heard an appeal of the Planning Commission's approval of a Membrane Filtration Reverse Osmosis (MFRO) treatment plant. The appeal was to address concerns of a...
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