We all know that California is facing a major drought situation1. Energy prices have been increasing for a long time, and are expected to continue to do so. None of that is news. But there’s a way you can save money, save resources and demonstrate your commitment to more sustainable
Jeff Maltbie, our City Manager, informed me today that the District’s proposed land swap (which I discussed at length here) will not be on the agenda for the March 24, 2014 Council meeting. At the start of the meeting I will make a request to put the item on the
Last week the San Carlos School District sent a letter to Jeff Maltbie, our City Manager, and me asking that the Council consider entering into a land swap with the District. I am strongly in favor of the Council pursuing this opportunity. If you’d like to learn why, read on.
At our January 27, 2014 meeting a resident asserted his rights were violated because I refused to agendize something. The item in question purported to be an appeal of a Parks, Recreation & Culture Commission decision. I say “purported” because what we have here is a misunderstanding of the right
Senator Hill is a great supporter of San Carlos, whether it’s getting permission from Sacramento for the Chickens Ball to use some state-operated buildings as a staging and work area, or getting PG&E and the California Public Utilities Commission to operate their gas transmission pipelines safely. He’s holding an interactive
Here are responses I received from staff regarding the questions I raised prior to the meeting. The corresponding questions are shown in italics. Since we’re being asked to approve several (modest) increases to the budget it’d be appropriate for staff to comment, in general, on where we stand vis a