ARTICLE. The Attractiveness Principle There were three things that happened at the last MCC meeting, and they were all the same – though you may not have noticed it. One hundred people showed up, most to protest the County’s intransigence in not allowing a home-built bicycle “pump track” to remain in use. A bunch showed […]
VIDEO. A resolution. Harbor Commissioner, Sabrina Brennan, requests equity in professional athletic competitions within the City of HMB that award prize money. Brennan is Co-founder of Committee for Equity of Women Surfing and Founder of Sport Equity. City Manager, Bob Nisbet, explains and asks Council to pass the resolution.
VIDEO. Public Service Announcement from Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside (SAM). SAM Director, Rick Lohman, speaks to the “flushable wipes” problem. They are flushable, BUT THEY ARE NOT DISSOLVABLE. It costs SAM a lot of labor hours fixing machine parts that are built for dissolvable Toilet Paper. Read below about AB 1672 which will redefine the marketing […]
PODCAST. “Harold and the Purple Crayon was one of my favorite books as a kid. I loved the idea of creating your own world. Something I think is really important today. Create the world you want to see and be the person you would want to be friends with.” Patty Sherin 10/24/17. Artist and native […]
VIDEO. Granda Community Services District Director, Barbara Dye, reports (she is also the GCSD representative on the SAM board). Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside consists of: 2 board members from Granada Community Services District (GCSD) Barbar 2 board members Montara Sewer and Water District (MSWD) 2 board member from the City Council of Half Moon Bay SAM […]
VIDEO. Cabrillo Unified School District’s (CUSD) Superintendent, Sean McPhetridge, summarizes the current state of their crisis budget negotiations. CUSD still needs to cut $2.6 million. The teacher’s union got a zero raise contract, so far, and are very disappointed. They want a fair contract now. The $2.6 cuts need to be identified, the State funds […]
SCHEDULE. Attached is the GCSD Parks & Recreation’s January Newsletter recapping the Fall programs of both Parks & Recreation and the Parks Advisory Committee (PAC) events. Also included is the Winter/Spring Class and course schedule. We are featuring four community walks, including Birds of Pillar Point, The Harbor- Early Residents and Marine History, Quarry Park- Mixed Habitats […]