Local guru of good taste, Swami Umami visualizes a small-business group focused on products and services not related to real estate and development. This includes one-man/one-woman operations, mom-and-pop shops, creative artists, writers, musicians, printers, chefs, craft workers, consultants, entrepreneurs, and freelancers seeking an independent, progressive organization to represent their unique needs and interests. If you are interested, email your contact information to mayburrito at goofbuster.com and we will transmit it to the swami. Don't worry about your privacy; the swami has absolutely zero connections with the Trump administration.
Pacifica peace activist Michele Coxon calls on coastside progressives to take on the Trump administration.
State Senator Jerry Hill introduces legislation mandating that the California Public Utilities Commission do its job of protecting public safety from utility companies like PG&E.
We hope the suspects get long community-service sentences, but see Alan Wald's comment (below) about a more appropriate punishment.
Engineer/environmentalist Bob Battalio shares these documents to educate coastsiders on coastal erosion and sea-level rise.
Apparently, PG&E's streetlight contractor installed the wrong kind of LED lights in Montara, Moss Beach, and El Granada. The County of San Mateo is working with PG&E to replace the bulbs.
Photos by Dan Stegink, Pacifica.city
The following links provide background leading up to the City Council vote to demolish 310 Esplanade: