here ya' go

“They are not consistent with the coastal feeling the council has worked toward,” Rarback said.

The coastal feeling of frustration with miles of stopped traffic all weekend? Maybe the sign at Seymour (the only VMS planned in Half Moon Bay) can have a little pumpkin on it.

"I understand that it is not totally safe, but it is much more beneficial to be here than to be at home, which is not an appropriate place for a kid to be studying,” Barron said.

^^^^Well said! I hope the CUSD Board is listening. Best of luck to all of the students this year.

Process?? So you mean to tell me that what is going on now is the result of careful consideration and planning??!! Well, glad they didn’t just wing it. Pffft

I can remember our pediatrician asking at each visit about how many hours per day was our kid looking at a screen. The recommendation was always 2 hours or less. It wasn’t easy, but we managed to do it with lots of reading, trips to the library, going to the park or beach, playing soccer,…

So then you think there’s a chance I won’t have to report to the basement in RWC for jury duty next week? Please, please, please, please...

here ya' go commented on Pump track delayed due to coronavirus

“the project was sidelined due to the COVID-19 pandemic“

I have two toilets I need to replace here at the homestead. When they ask me, “So when do you see that happening?” I’ll give em the ol’, “The project was sidelined due to the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Give it a rest. The library is awesome. It’s so much more than books on shelves. And the whole community can use and benefit from its existence - unlike the empty properties the City of Half Moon Bay has been collecting over the last couple of years.

Today’s letter from the Superintendent states, “We are exploring how increased technology access and connectivity can be provided to students in the fall, pending available funding from both state and federal governments.”

Waiting is a mistake. I heard lots of talk during the meetin…

I wonder if the Governor’s mandate of remote learning will receive equally “rigorous” financial support from the State so the school districts can implement the infrastructure required to reach ALL students.