(The bomb threat was directed at multiple Boys & Girls Clubs on the Peninsula. Fortunately, it was found to be false. Police are investigating.)
Anna Boothe of Pacificans United to Defeat the Library Tax has filed a lawsuit in Superior Court asking to have Measure N removed from the November ballot. Click the complaint link above for details. To see the complete court file on the lawsuit, including the notice of hearing next Thursday, October 27, input 16CIV01731 at this link: Superior Court
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Realtor group manipulates and interferes with Pacifica city government.
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Alan Wald wonders what will happen locally if Proposition 64 passes November 8, legalizing marijuana in California. One possibility floated by enterprising pot farmers is to grow weed in Rockaway Quarry, assuming of course that Measure W loses at the polls and quarry owner Paul Heule rides his eenhoorn (Dutch for unicorn) back to Michigan. Meanwhile, Alan says Pacifica palindrome lovers have wasted no time registering "To Pacifica Pot" as the pot farm's name, just in case their dreams come true in the election.
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An official complaint was filed in June, but still no action.
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