Editorial: Hands off open government laws
Original post made on Jun 26, 2013
Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, June 26, 2013, 12:00 AM
on Jun 26, 2013 at 1:05 pm
Kudos to Tom Gibboney. He is spot on in this editorial. Dave Price wrote a similar editorial on Monday in the Daily Post. Rich Gordon (D AD24) voted for this monstrosity. Gordon does what he is told by the Party leaders in Sacramento without question. So where is our representation in our Assembly District when the Democratic Party leadership is calling all the shots?
George Yang, Gordon's Challenger, in 2012 would have never gone along with such a preposterous rider. The people who live in AD 24 deserve better representation.
Rich Gordon is also the genius who forced the Bulb-out at the intersection of Alameda de las Pulgas and Avy causing people to detour off the main Alameda artery on to Alschul where children play. Rich, Thank you for having such concern for children's safety. Perhaps you will one day learn that main arteries are for carrying traffic and that restricting them diverts traffic into neighborhoods.
Gordon also supports One Bay Area Plan, Agenda 21, and ABAG. According to USA today. the newspaper with the largest circulation in the United States, the Bay area is the third densest metropolitan area in the United States only behind New York and Los Angeles. So the Democratic party leadership, along with an obsequious Rich Gordon wants to force more housing density on the Bay area.
All 20 cities and towns in San Mateo County should quit ABAG and send Sacramento two messages:
1) We are full up on the Peninsula, and
2) We are fed up with Sacramento.
on Jun 26, 2013 at 2:19 pm
Political Observer, everything you say must be true. We all benefit from your hours of fact checking and unbiassed coverage. Thank you for having the courage to speak out.
on Jun 26, 2013 at 2:39 pm
the great 'bulb-out' of 2003?
Well, if USA Today says it, it must be true! Especially since it's "the newspaper with the largest circulation in the United States"
Except for those newspapers with larger circulation. Web Link
Anyone ever actually subscribe to USA Today, at home? I always got it in my room when traveling, or picked up a discarded section in a coffee shop....