Week of June 19, 2024


I live near the Food Bin and can’t imagine any more congestion on Mission Street during the construction project and in the future. Most people have a car out of necessity—has anyone really heard of going to pick up your grandkids on the bus? It’s complex enough even with your own car! So, more cars on the street.

I also recommend that they reconsider all the expansion of the University—it is currently out of control and the traffic on Mission Street is sometimes backed up all the way to PAMF with at least a 30-minute wait to get to the intersection to get on the freeway.

I don’t think any of this construction going on which is mandated by the state is leaning toward an environmentally friendly future.

Sue Andre


Wow, thanks for the great story about Sandy Stone. Incredible. I just made my transition from clueless to mindblown.

Steven Robins | Felton


It’s official: After making secret hush money payments to an adult film star 11 days before the 2016 election and falsifying official filings to hide the truth from the public, Donald Trump has been found guilty by a New York jury.

Trump’s conviction in New York should remind us all that no one—including a former president—is above the law. It should also remind us of the danger that Trump still poses to our democracy.

In the final weeks of the 2016 election, Trump covered up his affair with Stormy Daniels to dupe voters and improve his chances of winning the election. As it turns out, this would only be his first foray into undermining our elections. The New York trial may be over, but Donald Trump still faces three additional indictments and 54 criminal charges for a litany of crimes, including federal charges for his efforts to incite violence and overturn the will of voters after he knew he’d lost the 2020 election.

This is a pattern. The jury has done their job to hold Trump accountable. Now, it’s time for the American people to do our part and hold him accountable at the ballot box.

Richard Gallo


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