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.
Republicans can't accept their loss on Trumpcare, and true to form, the president blames it on Democrats. Don't be surprised if you see a tabloid headline about House Speaker Paul Ryan like this: PAUL IS DEAD!
Based on public-records research by Pacifica Progressive Alliance (PPA), Pacifica Tribune staff writer Jane Northrop names names and numbers in this expose on out-of-town real estate interests funding two Pacifica City Council races.
Michele Coxon says President Trump is taking the country in the wrong direction (see her op-ed at the link above), but Pacificans are pushing back. Coastside United for Action (the local arm of Indivisible) meets Monday, April 17, and Monday, May 15 at 6:30 p.m., Pacifica Coastside Museum (Little Brown Church), 1850 Francisco Boulevard, Sharp Park, Pacifica. Email address: CoastsideUnited4Action@gmail.com. Two other resistance groups are forming in Pacifica, and our sources say that all three groups are planning together.
The American Foreign Service Association (AFSA) has issued these guidelines to foreign service officers on how to express their opinions on U.S. foreign policy.
Read it and weep. The Sorceror's Apprentice proposes to gut important national assets like the State Department, EPA, NPR/PBS, and Amtrak, while funneling billions more to the military.
Pacifica.city reports that Pacifica City Manager Lorie Tinfow is leaving her post in March to become Benicia city manager, making a cool quarter-million dollars a year.
See item 14 at the above link.