Another great blog post, thank you!
Funny, I knew exactly who you were referring to at the mention of development lawyer (Richard Suttle) and Habitat representative (Greg Anderson). Oh, speaking of corruption, did you hear about the CAMPO meeting's agenda ìtem involving TXDOT's plans for "autonomous vehicle" highway in the MOKAN corridor? Yeah, it would involve "realigning" the S. Walnut Creek trail; anyway, after loud public outcry last Thurs/Fri, the item was removed from agenda to allow for more public input. I don't know if/when a public hearing will occur.
I will email Council about the milk plant redevelopment; thanks for reminder.
And, nice to see y'all on the path yesterday!
The link to the Olmstead item mentioned just leads back to this article, oddly. Infinite loops.
Great read on an Easter morn. Thank you for the inspiration!
Lots to love (Agustina's paintings!!!) and marvel at here. Tying together Olmstead to cattle drives to Star Seeds is magic. Glad we survived all that Star Seeds had to offer....thanks, as always.
Epic elegiac musings as always. The perfect prose complement to Ballard’s Concrete Island which we are reading this week in my #papermirrors23 ficciones class here at SDSU. Dery is here to lecture on it and more Wednesday at UCSD and Thursday with the Aztecs. Abrazos from the wilds of Califas.
good to hear from you, thanks for the months blooming summary n a pink lupine. Oestre mooning to you too :)