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Monday Morning Thoughts: Future of Growth – Nishi v. Cannery

Feb 8, 2016
Monday Morning Thoughts: Future of Growth – Nishi v. Cannery

In a way Nishi and the Cannery may be forever tied together in a number of respects. They represent what I would call the last two natural parcels in the city. While they are tied together by that distinction, in most ways they are opposites and it is those differences that make studying them...

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Davis Vanguard
Monday Morning Thoughts: Future of Growth – Nishi v. Cannery

Feb 8, 2016
Monday Morning Thoughts: Future of Growth – Nishi v. Cannery

In a way Nishi and the Cannery may be forever tied together in a number of respects. They represent what I would call the last two natural parcels in the city. While they are tied together by that distinction, in most ways they are opposites and it is those differences that make studying them...

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Monday Morning Thoughts II: Why Isn’t a 10-2 Hung Jury Reasonable Doubt?

Feb 8, 2016
Monday Morning Thoughts II: Why Isn’t a 10-2 Hung Jury Reasonable Doubt?

On Friday, a Yolo County jury deadlocked in a case where a county fair employee was accused of inappropriately “touching” a woman while he was helping to buckle her into a ride at the Yolo County Fair. The jury hung 10-2 for acquittal on the single misdemeanor count of sexual battery, as the two...

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Monday Morning Thoughts II: Why Isn’t a 10-2 Hung Jury Reasonable Doubt?

Feb 8, 2016
Monday Morning Thoughts II: Why Isn’t a 10-2 Hung Jury Reasonable Doubt?

On Friday, a Yolo County jury deadlocked in a case where a county fair employee was accused of inappropriately “touching” a woman while he was helping to buckle her into a ride at the Yolo County Fair. The jury hung 10-2 for acquittal on the single misdemeanor count of sexual battery, as the two...

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Matt Williams a Familiar Face, Runs For Council

Feb 8, 2016
Matt Williams a Familiar Face, Runs For Council

For those paying attention to local politics for the last decade, Matt Williams is a familiar face, even though for much of that time he did not live in the city limits. He served on the Water Advisory Committee, the Natural Resources Commission and now the Finance and Budget Commission. Now he is running...

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Matt Williams a Familiar Face, Runs For Council

Feb 8, 2016
Matt Williams a Familiar Face, Runs For Council

For those paying attention to local politics for the last decade, Matt Williams is a familiar face, even though for much of that time he did not live in the city limits. He served on the Water Advisory Committee, the Natural Resources Commission and now the Finance and Budget Commission. Now he is running...

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Davis at Greater Risk for Oil Train Explosion

Davis at Greater Risk for Oil Train Explosion

By Alan Miller Central Davis could be incinerated. 1.5 million gallons of highly flammable crude oil will roll through Davis per train, cutting through the core of our commerce and population. Directly adjacent lies the Olive Drive Neighborhood, the Nishi Gateway, the Mondavi Center, Solano Park, the Old East Davis Neighborhood, and Downtown Davis....

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Davis at Greater Risk for Oil Train Explosion

Davis at Greater Risk for Oil Train Explosion

By Alan Miller Central Davis could be incinerated. 1.5 million gallons of highly flammable crude oil will roll through Davis per train, cutting through the core of our commerce and population. Directly adjacent lies the Olive Drive Neighborhood, the Nishi Gateway, the Mondavi Center, Solano Park, the Old East Davis Neighborhood, and Downtown Davis....

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UC Davis revamps website design

UC Davis revamps website design

Updated website adds information on admissions, educational programs, campus life to homepage On Jan. 19, UC Davis launched its redesigned website, which provides easier navigation and more content for current and prospective students as well as parents and staff. Staff from departments including strategic communications, information and educational technology, undergraduate admissions, student affairs marketing...

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Sunday Commentary: How the National Scene Might Affect Local June Elections

Feb 7, 2016
Sunday Commentary: How the National Scene Might Affect Local June Elections

I note an article in the local paper which argues that we have seen a decline of voter turnout in local elections. They note, “In 2000, 69 percent of Davis voters cast their ballot, while elections in the ’90s typically saw 56 percent voter turnout. In the 1980s, that number averaged 54 percent.” The...

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