Monthly Archives: November 2020

Thanksgiving Blog Holiday

Back on Monday, November 30, 2020. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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During the Tumult

It is worthwhile to note the words from Federalist Paper 68, written by Alexander Hamilton in 1788. An excerpt. “To the People of the State of New York: “The mode of appointment of the Chief Magistrate of the United States … Continue reading

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Sacramento Levee Work Almost Done

Good news from Dredging Today. The story. “The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento District has just announced that the work on the Sacramento River East Levee in the Pocket is nearing its conclusion. “As reported by the Corps, the … Continue reading

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Big Storm Coming

Wonderful news–but be aware of flooding potential–from KXTV. An excerpt. “Northern California kicked off mid November with a dry, sunny Monday before the weather changed on Tuesday.   “Tuesday morning, the winds will kick in for the high Sierra and the east … Continue reading

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Going to the Suburbs

Increasing, during the age of the virus, as this story from One America News reports. The story. “With working-from-home becoming the norm, the housing market is growing due to low mortgage rates and a surge in housing demand. “The Federal … Continue reading

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Rain Today

Good news from KCRA. An excerpt. “Snow and rain are expected across Northern California on Friday. “While Thursday had cool temps with sun and clouds, the change in weather is expected later the following day. “Here’s what you need to … Continue reading

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245Th Birthday of the Marines

Great story about this so important part of our heritage. An excerpt, from American Greatness. “On this 245th birthday of my Marine Corps, I am thinking about why this annual November 10 birthday celebration and simply being a Marine are … Continue reading

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Transit Troubles

An ongoing saga; this article from Governing Magazine adds a good perspective to the mix. An excerpt. “It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic has walloped public transit. Transit networks and ridership are heavily oriented around central business districts, which … Continue reading

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The Long Goodbye from The City

A tragic story from City Journal; though still just a proposal at this stage, actual implementation would be bad news for the once most lovely city in our country. An excerpt. “San Francisco’s hotels and motels are slowly emptying of … Continue reading

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California Struggles with Homelessness

A look at the situation in Los Angeles, from the California Globe, which is similar to that of Sacramento. In our area, a strategy helping the homeless (and local residents and business who suffer the impacts) needs to be developed … Continue reading

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