Is it time to return to the days of yesteryear when the California Legislature was a part-time affair?
On the southwest corner of our property, just inside the tan brick wall that separates our office from the mad rush of downtown Stockton activity, stands a still tall sentinel of a tree. With broad leaves expanding wide, it shields us from harsh afternoon sunlight and the endless drone of cross-town traffic.
Just how safe is it being a pedestrian in Manteca?
People who play golf in Manteca realize they have a very good golf course to play because we who deal with the public on a daily basis hear it all the time. Golfers tell us our rates are very reasonable, the condition of the course is consistently good, it's an enjoyable layout, and customers are treated well.
San Francisco Supervisor David Campos is an All American success story.
Graffiti tagging is a wanton act of vandalism.
Now – more than ever - it is essential one spends their money wisely.
Thank God for people like Quincy McClain and the dedicated volunteers who have devoted their Friday evenings this summer to mentoring kids.
I like bicycling, especially going downhill at 45 mph.
Caltrans is toying with an idea to allow advertising on the hundreds of electronic message signs along California freeways such as those along the Highway 120 Bypass.
The folks who are hell-bent on pursuing what would be a national takeover of your healthcare are now turning their guns on insurance companies.
It is time to revisit East Yosemite Avenue traffic flow.
Several years ago, a young mother stood directly behind me at the check-out line at the grocery store.
Grandmother thought it was a sign of the end of civilization when women started wearing hair curlers in public.
It was a defining moment.
Just how thin is the thin blue line?
While serving as Chairman of the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors this past year, I've witnessed many challenges facing our region, as well as tremendous progress and significant achievements. The Board has taken numerous actions over the past year to set San Joaquin County on an exciting path toward continuing financial stability, cutting-edge innovation, and becoming a magnet for economic development and new jobs.