Wednesday, November 18, 2020
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Wednesday, October 28, 2020
I read Half Moon Bay City Councilwoman Debra Ruddock’s comment on the intertie at SAM’s plant not benefiting Half Moon Bay with amazement. It could have been written by Damn-the-logic, History and Agreements Lindsey Graham. Plus, she must have one heck of a case of amnesia.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, San Mateo County residents have been using our beaches more than ever. That’s a wonderful development. But while we all appreciate having this beautiful natural resource in our community, the reality is that we are all responsible for helping to keep our coast clean and nourished.
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Picture this scene please:
Dead rats in the ceiling and a live rat on a classroom bookshelf. Holes in the old linoleum floors and ancient, battered furniture. Stained and leaking ceilings. No, this is not a ghetto — this describes an elementary classroom in the Cabrillo Unified School District. Contrast that to the district office, with its second makeover in the past five years, including new carpet and furniture.
I want to congratulate the editorial board of the Review in its decision to endorse Joaquin Jimenez for a seat on the Half Moon Bay City Council. While I supported Adam Eisen in the last election, I agree with the Review that it is time for a change.
Every weekend the Coastside is completely inundated with visitors. Cars are pouring into our neighborhoods, because there are no parking structures. Highway 1 turns into a parking lot as people try to park along the road and cross the street, bringing our only road to a complete standstill.
My husband, TJ. Glauthier, and I are glad to see the Half Moon Bay Review endorsement of Joaquin Jimenez for City Council District 3 (Review, Oct. 7). While we live in Moss Beach and can’t vote in this election, all of us on the Coastside are affected by the Half Moon Bay City Council, the new library being one example. We urge those in District 3 to vote for Mr. Jimenez.