The Enforcement Division of the State of California, Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) has cleared Pacifica City Council member Sue Digre. See the letter below for details.
“Tragedies of San Francisco’s Pier 14,” New America Media, August 7, 2015
Pacifica City Council met May 22 and voted 4-1 to direct staff to draft a formal letter to Caltrans and SMCTA requesting that highway funds be redirected to highway-widening alternatives. Staff will present the letter to council at its June 12 meeting.
How the real estate lobby is trying to disrupt the local democratic process.
The above op-eds originally appeared as "My Turn" columns in the Pacifica Tribune, April 19 and March 29, respectively.
Below is SAMCAR's letter to Pacifica residents (referenced in Comments below this post). On April 10, Pacifica City Council passed a temporary rent control ordinance. Council meets May 8 to discuss putting rent control on the November ballot.
Pacifica City Council met in closed session on April 5 to discuss the city's legal affairs. We await word on what was discussed and/or decided at the special meeting. One of our trusty reporters will undoubtedly scout out the details, and look for Jane Northrop's story in next week's Pacifica Tribune. Meanwhile, join the discussion on this topic at the Comments link below this post.
Aggrieved Linda Mar residents question the city's rush to plop a big sewer tank under the Community Center rear parking lot. See Erin Macias' comment in the thread below this post, and sign her petition at the link above.
State Senator Jerry Hill's bill (requiring bus passengers and drivers to buckle up if the bus has seat belts) has passed the Senate Transportation Committee. Read the press release above for details.