Comments by adischi
Wonderful story. Glad you shared it with us all.
So I don't think the arguments made about "taxpayer money" are off the mark. I am under the impression that it costs money -- at least minimally in administrative costs, time and overhead, etc. -- in order to make a resolution, binding or not. My objection to the proposal doesn't stem from the backing of Feng Shui as the vehicle for a pleasant work environment -- it is that I particularly don't think it's a good idea to pitch an idea out that costs us money and time that is, from the start, non-binding.…
I'll share why I don't support Leland Yee. In a time when California has been hit by one of the worst budget crises he supported spending taxpayer money on arranging the state’s buildings in accordance with “feng shui” concepts. http://www.cnn.com/2004/US/West/01/31/offbeat.feng.shui.ap/ http://www.nbc11.com/news/2795125/detail.html While I do appreciate his interest in the Coastside, this isn't the kind of leadership we need. While environmental issues matter, so does fiscal and legislative…
I think I was unclear...sorry. I don't think it's the merging that makes the traffic jam.
When traffic's moving, the merging seems to happen pretty darn seamlessly (at least at 5:30 - 6 in the morning).
Agreeing with GraceAnn here. Perhaps Ms. Auker should keep her passive-aggressive comments to herself in the future.
That said, installing that stoplight to curtail the right-hand turn seems like really the wrong thing to do. The real bottlenecks are taking place at the turn from 1 south onto 92 and on 1 around El Granada.
20 minutes from Montara to El Granada this morning at 5:37 am.
What part of defeated four times already have we missed here?