Comments by Mike McCall
Brian, Robert, all.... I know this doesn't help, but there is a, not to make a pun, light at the end of the tunnel... Three and a half months roughly....10 or 11 weeks, give or take one or two. This nasty period will just be a memory that we, as neighbors, can chat about with a smile as we sip a glass of wine in our back yard. No more hellish commutes, just the normal miserable traffic all of the bay area has to deal with. The difference being, when most people go home, they're not going to a wonderful,…
Anyone who would associate himself with "Suss", the third-rate weatherman turned brainless right-wing mouthpiece, gets the policital fallout that is coming to him.
Suss, in case anyone cares, calls everyone who isn't a Christ-fearing conservative a "Libby", is as about as accurate in his rants as he was as his weather reports years ago. And that's not very good.
Politicians, if they hope to be successful, need to be careful of the company they keep....
Brian, Thanks for your efforts. It must have been very difficult for you, so once again, thanks..... Okay, this is mildly related, but I thought I would throw it out there... During the 60's/70's, my family and I would drive 152 (Pacheco Pass) all the time. A very nasty, two lane, well traveled road with lots of big rigs, this place had fatal accidents all the time. So much so that coming out of Gilroy, you would see a sign that read "Welcome to State Route 152, 160 people have died on this road.…
That intersection has been an accident waiting to happen, and unfortunatley, this time someone lost their life. Very sad. My solution: Traffic sign prohibiting left hand turns into the Montara Light House.
Either that or create a turn lane.
How many people need to be injured or killed before a solution is at least proposed?
oops... That should read "poison oak".
And these days, wear full-body armour to keep the poison okay off.
1800 s.f deck? Damn, I knew my house was small, but it could actually fit on the deck of this house! My backyard could fit there, too!
Come on, guys... It's not April 1st yet. What? This is real??? I didn't really expect the realtors to adopt anythning other than a pro-growth agenda, but come on! What next, housing on the face of Devil's slide? The north end of Devil's slide through the POST land next Montara is an area of the coast that shouldn't be touched for any reason. Housing is an very important issue, not only in San Mateo County, but throughout California. We need to find creative ways to offer lowercost housing, but disrupting…