ARTICLE. Gregg Dieguez (inc bio, where you live, ed, job). goes to the Montara Water and Sewer District (MSWD) board meetings, and is asking a lot of good questions about water storage for fire. 9/12/19 Meeting Cued to Gregg ‘s Comment regarding Big Wave Subdivision Agreement Phase One.
PODCAST from KQED 8/26/19. PG&E Asks CA Legislature for $20 Billion Tax-Exempt Bonds Amidst Rate Increases <<< CLICK TO LISTEN The Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) logo is displayed on a PG&E truck on January 17, 2019 in San Francisco, California. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) PG&E CEO Bill Johnson requested California lawmakers to approve a $20 billion […]
VIDEO. Assistant General Manager, Mary Rogren, reports on how Coastside County Water District is positioning themselves for PG&E safety shut downs for fire emergencies. CCWD has 8 million gallons stored. CCWD usage per day is 1.5 million gallons. 4 million gallons are always reserved for fire fighting response. That means CCWD has a minimum of […]
VIDEO. August 1st, City of HMB was able to payoff the crippling Beechwood bond. In 2008. the City was ordered to buy the 24.7 acre Beechwood property for $41 million. City Manager, Bob Nisbet, reads a proclamation to the city council and public. The payment of $10.9 million was made August 1st. Then Mayor, Farmer […]
VIDEO. Proclamation of Hispanic Heritage month honoring “the countless contributions that Hispanic Americans have made to this nation” ~ Sean McPhetridge, new CUSD Superintendent. CUSD is 51% Hispanic. Hispanic Heritage Month goes from Sept 15th t0 Oct 15th, 2019.
VIDEO. Cabrillo Unified School District Financial Overview and Considerations to Inform Mid-Term Financial Solvency. This is complicated and sad. Please watch (or listen) to the video so you understand how CUSD is funded. The building are irrelevant to the budget, comes from another funding source. Do you know how the state funds schools? Why aren’t […]
PHOTO-ESSAY/ VIDEO/ LINKS. Mussels, clams, and other recreationally harvested mussels in San Mateo County are unsafe to eat. California Department of Public Health has detected elevated levels of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) toxins in mussels in Pacifica. The sample was over the 80g/100g alert level. For your safety, please do not consume any shellfish until […]