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Sunday Commentary: Facts Not Fear and Assumptions Need to Guide Crime Discussion

Mar 22, 2015
Sunday Commentary: Facts Not Fear and Assumptions Need to Guide Crime Discussion

Yolo County is offering “a series of informational public planning sessions throughout the county” in April to strengthen its planning efforts in response to AB 109 and Prop 47. While it will be Yolo County Chief Probation Officer Brent Cardall who will lead the sessions, along with other members of the Yolo County “Criminal...

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Davis Vanguard
Cannery, Its Development Agreement, and the CFD

Cannery, Its Development Agreement, and the CFD

by Joe Krovoza As the Community Finance District (CFD) is considered for the Cannery development, I am pleased add some perspective on the process that led to the project’s approval. I’ll focus on the Development Agreement (DA) with The New Home Company (TNHC), a critical element to our council’s approval in late 2013. The...

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Former Davis Priest Faces Deportation After Being Charged with Sex Crime

Mar 21, 2015
Former Davis Priest Faces Deportation After Being Charged with Sex Crime

WOODLAND — A former Northern California priest has been arrested by federal immigration employees, who are preparing to deport him to Mexico after he admitted to having sex with a 16-year-old altar girl. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say 46-year-old Hector Coria Gonzales was arrested at his Davis home Friday. Gonzales pleaded guilty...

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45 Journal
A New Day

Mar 21, 2015
A New Day

This fancy purple tulip was just opening up to greet the day at the tulip farm in Woodburn, Oregon this morning. I think peak bloom is at least a week away still. So I've got a colorful subject matter for the next few weeks; it's a welcome change for m...

Davis Vanguard
My View: Social Justice and AIM

Mar 21, 2015
My View: Social Justice and AIM

For a long time I have stayed relatively quiet on the issue of GATE/ AIM. There have been a variety of reasons for that, but after watching the discussion on Thursday night, things have changed. The debate emerged on Thursday can be seen as one of inclusivity versus exclusivity. My concern is that the...

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Davis Vanguard
My View II: Why the SFPD Scandal Matters

Mar 21, 2015
My View II: Why the SFPD Scandal Matters

When we published a San Francisco Public Defender press release earlier this week outlining a probe into SFPD Sgt. Ian Furminger, who was found guilty in February of four felonies, that uncovered a litany of racist and homophobic texts sent between him and four other officers, the reaction was fairly typical – a downplaying...

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45 Journal
Reflection Study: Tanner Creek in the Shade

Mar 20, 2015
Reflection Study: Tanner Creek in the Shade

I headed back to the hike along Tanner Creek this week.  In last week's photo the water was reflecting the golden hillside color, and I was curious if I could find the water reflecting a greener tone in the shade.  As you can see, there isn't...

Davis Vanguard
Are AIM Students Being Overidentified? School Board Grapples with AIM Identification Issue

Mar 20, 2015
Are AIM Students Being Overidentified? School Board Grapples with AIM Identification Issue

While there were a number of procedural issues asked about the presentations on Tuesday night regarding the district AIM program, much of the hard questions focused particularly on the identification and testing issue. Board Member Madhavi Sunder noted that the importance of process is not only to ensure equal access, but to make sure...

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Davis Vanguard
March Jumpstart Event – Part Two

Mar 20, 2015
March Jumpstart Event – Part Two

The March Jumpstart Davis event featured four new presentations, including Bret Hewitt from CxORE, Paul Katsch from Rezku, Gavin Cosgrave from PreflightChallenges.com and Terry Toy from Zebra Code. Thursday’s article covered Gavin Cosgrave and Paul Katsch. Bret Hewitt from CxORE returns to Davis after 29 years on the East Coast. “We are not a...

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Davis Vanguard
Commentary: Should Yolo County Be More Forthcoming with Baby Justice Records?

Mar 20, 2015
Commentary: Should Yolo County Be More Forthcoming with Baby Justice Records?

There are a lot of questions that many in this community have as to why Baby Justice was not removed with the care of his mother after testing positive for meth in his system at birth. One thing that we have become pretty well-versed on are public access laws and where the lines are...

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