OWN VOICE ARTICLE. I wish Gilda Radner were still alive, because I’d love to hear Rosanne Rosannadanna’s take on the five (5) roundabouts proposed in the new Coastside Transportation Management Plan (aka: the CTMP), which I dubbed “Dis-Connect The Coastside”. I can hear her now: “What’s all this I hear about ROUNDABOUTS?!? Don’t you […]
VIDEO. Difficult topic, respectfully discussed. CONVERSION FROM AN AT-LARGE ELECTORAL SYSTEM FOR ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO ONE BASED ON FIVE (5) ZONES PURSUANT TO THE CALIFORNIA VOTING RIGHTS ACT Tuesday, February 11, 2020 – 6:00 p.m. Staff Report and Maps
LINKS. The Spring CERT 2020 session can accommodate 60 people in two parallel courses. Please read the prerequisite information below about IS-317. Please choose Option 1 Wednesday + Saturdays – OR – Option 2 Wednesday + Sundays. All 60 people will attend Day 1 (Wednesday class). Options 1 and 2 divide folks into Saturday or […]
OWN VOICE ARTICLE. I didn’t agree with Ronald Reagan on many things, but he had a great line: “I’m from the Government and I’m here to help.” … and that line – and the fear it inspires – is relevant again today. San Mateo County has proposed a $150 million Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan (CTMP) […]
VIDEO. Mary Rogren, General Manager of Coastside County Water District (CCWD), presents a major capital improvement to the CCWD board. They will be replacing the pipe underneath the creek.
LINKS. All over the United States, government agencies use FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) Incident Command System (ICS). Located within the Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is responsible for coordinating the federal government’s response to natural and manmade disasters. … The federal government has provided disaster relief in one form […]
EDITORIAL. By coastal local Gregg Dieguez. A couple of hundred people showed up at the HMB Library on Jan. 22nd to register opinions on the proposed LCP amendment which would grease the skids for the Mid-Pen Cypress Point Affordable Housing Project. It was not a pleasant gathering. Here’s a summary of what I heard […]