You’re wondering how we could be so irresponsible to take a vacation when we’re supposed to be keeping an eye (or, in our case, eyes) out for civic horseplay.
The results are scheduled to be certified today.
Rampant runoffs, candidate parties (with a varying degree of enthusiasm), Measure A teetering in the balance and plenty of social-media sniping in this week’s The Backroom.
Technical issues plagued polling sites throughout California as people turned out in droves, taxing a system meant to make voting easier with new technology, same-day registration and centralized vote centers in some counties.
What a week: Elections, closed sessions, city managers and more than a few disturbingly detailed attacks on the Post’s coverage.
The sale of Cindy Allen’s firm remains clouded in uncertainties. The buyer acknowledges that he has failed to follow through on financial commitments and Allen says she may need to hire a lawyer to sort out the mess.
Newsom took the unusual step of devoting most of his State of the State speech to just two related issues: affordable housing shortfalls and homelessness.
The bill would require corporations to build, manage and finance waste recycling systems.
Other colleagues of Al Austin described him as one of the most respectful councilman they’ve worked with. The dispute stems in part from Austin’s vote on hotel worker protections.