Pacifica Mayor John Keener summarizes City Council meetings for Riptide. Click each link above to read his council meeting notes.
Pacifica takes the lead in San Mateo County cannabis commercialization.
Agriculture and bike/pedestrian committees have openings.
Whichever epithet Donald Trump used in referring to Haiti and African nations, the intent is the same: racism.
The Marijuana Moratorium is suing San Mateo County to block its regulations allowing cannabis-growing operations in unincorporated areas of the county.
Caltrans has decertified the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the Calera Parkway/Highway 1 Widening Project and vacated the project. This marks the end of the road for the widening project. In the letter (click PDF link below) from Caltrans to the State Clearinghouse Office of Planning and Research, Caltrans says that it "decertified the FEIR and vacated the project approval on December 26, 2017.” This action is based on the City of Pacifica’s resolution requesting that Caltrans "abandon the proposed widening of Highway 1 and remove it from further consideration" and "the City’s clear communication that it will not be proceeding with sponsoring the Calera Parkway Project.” One of the alternatives that was strongly supported by widening opponents, the In-Sync intelligent traffic signal system (ITS), has recently been implemented.
Todd resurrects the Battle Creek solution for filling potholes. And Alan Wald has his own idea for "pot" holes (see below).
State Senate Leader Kevin de Leon, with Senators Jerry Hill and Ben Allen, introduce legislation to protect California taxpayers from Trump's so-called "tax reform."
When the state legislature reconvened January 3, State Senator Jerry Hill introduced legislation requiring free credit freezes for California consumers to protect themselves from recent data breaches at Equifax credit bureau and other financial institutions.
This legislation would prevent electric utilities from dumping their negligence penalties on ratepayers.