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December 02, 2021



Like I said a few years ago on this blog: Take a fifth-grade class to Coyote Point and measure the sea level on a rock each year at the same tide. When it gets foot higher then you can start planning on changes to the levee or building codes.

For the politicians: Think of the cute photo-ops as you March the kids down to the bayside with their rulers and chisels.

In the meantime: Catch up with the other cities and ban leaf blowers and get some security cameras to protect the health and safety of your voters.


PS- Headlines today is that San Jose is using $250,000 in federal relief funds to buy security cameras. We’ll soon be the last town without moats and alligators and where do you think the vandals will come to pillage?


And right on schedule:

California water officials acknowledged Wednesday that another painful year of drought is likely, and warned the many communities receiving water from the State Water Project that they may get no water at all next year, except in cases of emergency.

The record low 0% water allocation would leave parts of the state, including San Jose, much of the East Bay and Napa County, with significant dents in their water supplies.


You have to wonder how they will handle their RHNA requirements.....nah, know you don't. Just stick head in sand and approve more housing.


A Couple of things.
Cassandra, Cassandra, Cassandra. Whoa.
Sounds like a "Bad Day."
About 10 years ago there was a "push" for a COB Park to be built along the Bay Trail. Is that still under consideration?
Merry Christmas Everyone.
Merry Christmas Cassandra.

uh uh

nother shooting in Shoreview tonight maybe da sea rise will wash da blood offf defund???????


A bit off topic and if there is more, I will start another post, but here is the SMPD report:


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