David Greenwald

David Greenwald founded and maintains the political blog The People's Vanguard of Davis.

Web Site: http://davisvanguard.org/


My View: City’s Innovation Park Strategy and Peripheral Parks

Oct 25, 2014
My View: City’s Innovation Park Strategy and Peripheral Parks

Last week at the Vanguard Innovation Park Forum, Michael Bisch, the President of the Davis Downtown stated, “Let’s be clear, we’re not talking about one innovation park. We’re not talking about one physical location. The strategy that the city council adopted based on the work by Studio 30 was the dispersed strategy where you...

Senders Wines to Host Wine Release Party in El Macero on November 2nd

Oct 25, 2014

Senders Wines will be hosting its Harvest Release party Sunday, November 2nd at the El Macero Country Club, selling artisan wine to benefit global cleft lip and cleft palate repair worldwide. With another Harvest (and an earthquake!) behind us comes the release of small lot, barrel aged wines. Senders Wines will be releasing two...

Cunningham Engineering Celebrates 30 Years and Promotes from Within

Oct 25, 2014

Dan Fenocchio Named President, Steve Greenfield Vice President Launched by Chuck Cunningham in 1984, Cunningham Engineering celebrates 30 years in business by welcoming Dan Fenocchio into the role of president. When Fenocchio joined the firm 24 years ago as a student intern, he never dreamed of being president. Cunningham continues to help guide the...

Meet and Greet for Davis School Board Candidate Bob Poppenga This Friday

Oct 24, 2014

Davis residents are invited to meet Davis school board candidate Bob Poppenga at a gathering this Friday evening. Craig and Lori Kibbe will be hosting the event at 4221 Vista Way, from 5-7 pm.  Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to thekibbes@sbcglobal.net. Poppenga is a parent of two, an active parent volunteer, a...

Analysis: 7 Million Square Feet – Can Davis Support That Size of Development?

Oct 24, 2014
Analysis: 7 Million Square Feet – Can Davis Support That Size of Development?

At last week’s Innovation Park Forum, one of the audience questions was “Is there enough of a market for space to support development of all three proposed innovation parks plus Nishi Gateway over the next 15 to 20 years? Should we try to pick “winners,” or just say “the more the merrier”?” Yesterday’s Sacramento...

School Board Candidate Question #5: Nancy Peterson Aftermath

Oct 24, 2014
School Board Candidate Question #5: Nancy Peterson Aftermath

This is the final of five questions to the school board candidates. Question #5: What is the biggest lesson we should take away from the Peterson scandal from last winter and what steps would you take as a school board member to prevent its recurrence in the future? Barbara Archer: The biggest lesson that...

Solano County Leaders Unite Behind Bill Dodd For Assembly

Oct 23, 2014
Solano County Leaders Unite Behind Bill Dodd For Assembly

Napa County Supervisor and 4th Assembly District candidate Bill Dodd today announced endorsements from Solano County Supervisors Erin Hannigan and Linda Seifert; Superintendent of Schools Jay Speck; Sheriff Tom Ferrara; and Assessor-Recorder Marc Tonnesen in his bid for Assembly. “Bill Dodd has a collaborative spirit and a passionate heart for public service,” said Supervisor...

Innovation Park Forum Part II – Economic Development and Housing

Oct 23, 2014
Innovation Park Forum Part II – Economic Development and Housing

Last Thursday, the Vanguard hosted its Innovation Park Discussion Forum at DMG Mori in Davis. At least 50 people from the community came out to hear an early discussion on the innovation parks. The panel featured County Supervisor Jim Provenza, Louis Stewart the Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship from the Governor’s Office of Business...

Commentary: Suddenly the Council Has $300,000 to Throw Around?

Oct 23, 2014

Tuesday evening took an odd turn as suddenly two of the councilmembers with the strongest record on fiscal prudence were proposing the city allocate $300,000 for a bearcat or another civilian replacement for the MRAP that they conceded would be returned by the city of Davis. This came on the heels of the council,...

Robb Davis Explains Concerns About MRAP (Video)

Oct 22, 2014

The city of Davis will be returning the MRAP (mine-resistant ambush protected vehicle), as the council reaffirmed its August vote by a 3-2 margin, with Councilmembers Brett Lee and Rochelle Swanson dissenting.  For a full discussion of the vote, see this morning’s article. Robb Davis made extensive comments challenging the usefulness of the vehicle. ...

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