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  • mikesonn

    Kudos to RWC for putting effort into developing those parking lots. They could really make something of this downtown if they can bring in some housing. Sadly, I have a feeling this project will be watered with lots of parking, but it is a step in the right direction.

  • mikesonn

    Dennis, you are onto something, but you aren’t quite there.

    Good: “Establish a broad based, far reaching program to promote mass rail transit inter- an intra- city. The bill makes funding available to regional transit authorities to offset significantly reduced mass transit fares during times of gas price spikes.”

    Eh: “Transfer the revenue from the windfall profits tax to Americans who would buy ultra efficient cars, made in America, with a tax credit. These will be made directly available to the purchaser of a car that traveled over 65 miles on a single gallon of gas. Today average cars get less than 30 miles per gallon”

  • Office pool on how long until Nevius rants about this one…

    http://noevalleysf.blogspot.com/2011/04/fair-warning-dpt-to-crack-down-on.html

  • mikesonn

    I bet Scott James beats him to it.

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