My two cents on the 5/18 letter to the editor “Solving the State Deficit” (“path to responsibility”) whereby we would pay off our $16 billion state debt with a water and gasoline tax: What would that accomplish and what would we learn from it? Sadly, not much.
By Olivier Canler What’s the best way to make sure your controversial plan gets approved? Have a committee of handpicked people review it. That’s what appears to be happening in Encinitas. The General Plan Update, the roadmap for land-use zoning that will change the character of our city, has met with public outcry. This flawed [...]