The rains are less frequent. The mercury is inching up toward 70 degrees. And the gopher mounds are popping up more often than Meg Whitman for governor TV commercials.
It is time to revisit the 3.9 percent growth cap.
Michael Quilici is in the process of bringing his neighbors together to form a Neighborhood Watch group.
Redevelopment agencies can indeed be great tools to stimulate economic growth and fight blight.
It is always entertaining listening to teen-age guys talk as if they've got the stronger sex - not the weaker sex as they believe - figured out.
If you live in Manteca, you pay property taxes to support the Manteca Fire Department.
Remember what it was like to "Walk Like a Man-tee-kan"?
Roundabouts aren't new inventions.
Affordable housing is all the rage. Politicians want it. Builders want it. Home buyers want it.
One of the few vehicles that travel South Powers Avenue between Marin Street and Yosemite Avenue at the posted 25 mph speed limit are Manteca fire engines even when they are responding to an emergency with red lights and sirens.
Americans no longer have the concept of shame nor community responsibility.
Sacramento is no longer practicing voodoo budgeting.
When I was buying the house that I call home I knew little about the people who first lived there.
Would it be worth it to you for the city to spend upwards of $3 million so you can shave 45 seconds off a trip through downtown Manteca on Main Street at peak traffic hours?
prejudice • n 1. preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience; unjust behavior formed on such a basis.
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