Yesterday's Daily Post had an article about the State Assembly candidates seeking Rich Gordon's seat. It focussed on their commentary about the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and how they set "housing quotas". It is a pretty good article getting most of the candidates on the record as being critical of the agency, how it calculates the housing quotas, and how they are currently implemented (i.e. city by city which is ironic for something called "ABAG"). These candidates are not in our district so I don't need to get into who said what as much as what the main themes were. I'll just quote one of the best parts from Seelum Reddy
"We cannot live with their quotas," Reddy said. "We do not have room for more construction".
In 21 column inches they hit on most of the main points: the cost of the studies, the lack of incentives, etc, but they missed the Big One. Altogether now people, "Where will the water come from????"