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By Joe Armendariz Former Carpinteria City Councilman and executive director of the Santa Barbara County Taxpayers Association Friday, May 4th, 2018 Are you for building a “resilient infrastructure for tomorrow’s economy”? Me too! Or #MeToo. This new political idea is being fertilized with this dogmatic article of faith: “It is critical we take strong and comprehensive action to protect all Californians from the threat of natural disasters and climate change” – Joint statement of Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, Assembly Republican Leader Brian Dahle, Senate President pro Tem Toni Atkins and Senate Republican Leader Patricia Bates. Here’s the message in a nutshell. Climate Change is bearing down on us with a vengeance, necessitating radical actions including reorienting our entire energy-based economy lest we bequeath our kids and grandkids a fiery ball of CO2, CH4, N2O, 123, ABC, and XYZ. Translation: … [Read more...] about So About that “Tomorrow’s Economy”… :: Fox&Hounds
Candidates for California governor, from top left: Republican Travis Allen, Democrat John Chiang, Republican John Cox, Democrats Delaine Estin, Gavin Newsom and Antonio Villaraigosa. (Photos by CALmatters) Secrets and Seals of Approval in the California Governor’s Race By Laurel Rosenhall | CALmatters What kinds of agreements has the next governor of California made with interest groups that sway decisions in the state Capitol? Voters will never know. The answers lie in a raft of secret questionnaires that candidates complete as they seek endorsements from a range of groups that will lobby them after they’re elected—and remind them of what they committed to before they won. Labor unions, environmentalists and associations that advocate for gay rights, police and charter schools are among the dozens of groups that have endorsed candidates in the governor’s race. Such seals of approval can come with infusions of campaign cash and help politicians raise their … [Read more...] about Daily Business Report-May 1, 2018, San Diego Metro Magazine
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Olinger Pool needs the community's help to stay open and relevant A small nonprofit has launched a crowd-sourcing campaign to raise funds since it's not certain school district will be able to help keep it afloat. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Statesman Journal Published 6:00 a.m. PT April 20, 2018 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE It's looking like users of Salem's Olinger Pool need the community's help to stay afloat. The now-indoor pool, first opened as an outdoor aquatic center in June 1934, … [Read more...] about Olinger Pool needs the community’s help to stay open and relevant
Growing Risk of a "Light-Switch" Spring? According to NOAA data the average date of the first 60-degree high in the Twin Cities is March 23. Right. The latest we've ever gone before savoring 60 degrees? April 29, 1874. The more snow we melt, the faster the sun can start to heat up the air. Although a few stubborn piles of snow will hang around the next 1-2 weeks, much of the snow will be gone by Sunday, when temperatures may brush 60F in the Twin Cities. Birds will chirp, pessimists will exhale, dark moods may finally lift a bit - after the toughest winter in 4 years. Expect a string of dry days until next Tuesday, when rain showers may pop up. Dan Luna at the National Weather Service sees a perfectly orderly snow melt. There's 1-2 inches of liquid water trapped in the snow. Unless we experience a parade of rain storms the next few weeks - we should avoid a worst-case flood scenario. Snowfall Reports. Up to a foot of snow fell over far southern Minnesota Wednesday; just flurries … [Read more...] about Agonizingly Late