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Friday 11/09/2018
Migrants
Posted: November 09, 2018

The Honduran migrant situation was bugging me. My first reaction was, hell no, we don’t want them in our country. They’re useless people who would be more of a drain on our resources. They don’t respect the border. They’re a bit lawless.

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Politics Is A Dirty Business
Posted: November 09, 2018

Politics is a dirty business. Candidates always try to dig up dirt or make up false accusations about their opponents.

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Don’t Fog Up Our Commute
Posted: November 09, 2018

Gentle reminder, reverse commuters: If you drive east over the bridge at sunrise, be a responsible driver and defog your windshield before you start the commute. If you don’t, the sun will blind you, you’ll slow down, and you’ll cause a pileup. It’s common sense: if you can’t see through the windshield, you shouldn’t be driving the car.

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Monday 10/29/2018
Dear South Bay Parents, Guardians And Community Members
Posted: October 29, 2018

On Friday, Oct. 5, South Bay hosted an Active Shooter Drill at Imperial Beach Charter School. Over 150 administrators, staff, and community partners participated in the morning’s activities, which included two drills of a realistic scenario and an opportunity to ask questions and debrief with law enforcement.

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It’s Time For New Leadership
Posted: October 29, 2018

Since 2015 when Serge Dedina took office, he stated that he was to be the mayor of transparency to the voters of Imperial Beach. Over the years, I’ve noted numerous denials of his conflicts of interest with the San Diego Foundation, his Wildcoast group and his relationships with numerous foreign partners in Mexico and Cuba. The lack of transparency with IB residents not knowing about the relationships with the Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR), San Diego City politicians Toni Atkins, Todd Gloria, Congressman Juan Vargas, and National public figures like Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel and Senator Cory Booker from New Jersey. Certainly these are a lot of outside power hitters for our small little beach town of four square miles and 28K people.

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An Open Letter To The City Of Imperial Beach And Its Residents
Posted: October 29, 2018

A geography lesson in controlling polluted flows

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Vote For The Candidates Who Will Represent Us
Posted: October 29, 2018

This is a historical election, given the fact that due to districting, this will be the last time we elect council members at large. After this year they will be elected by districts.

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Housing Crisis In California: NIMBY Off The Rails
Posted: October 29, 2018

Some politicians have resorted to failed soviet era solutions like SB 827, Planning and Zoning: Transit Rich Housing Bonus. While in 2017, Sergey Sobyanin, the mayor of Moscow, announced “an ambitious effort to demolish 8,000 Soviet-era public five story housing blocks, known as Khrushchyovkas,” our representatives in Sacramento are proposing the same type of high density multi-floored residences along transit routes. The slippery slope of roadway jurisdictions has provided a loophole that includes limiting cities from stopping this type of housing. 

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