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Walter, you are a Rare and Precious Species of Dolt. Obviously, you've never worked in a kitchen.. STFU.
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This woman willingly let Mims pipe it. It's completely obvious that she was emotionally invested, realized Mims wasn't, and is reaching for anything she can to damage his reputation. They EXCHANGED sexually charged texts...the moms a thot and this whole story is proof. "This is why I'm hot!" MIMS!
"..hurts the poor". Is this fact or fantasy? It seems to me that soda tax could just as easily benefit the poor, pricing out of their reach toxic products causing diabetes, heart problems, high blood pressure and any number of other health problems stemming from obesity. Seems like an excellent way to counter the overwhelming power of those who manufacture such products. We tax cigarettes to help pay for the health care costs of treating smoking-related diseases. Taxing toxic 'foods' seems a logical next step.
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After creating a User/PW, Subscribing to this thread, and posting I see my posting was removed. Strange...
Thanks for nothing. It looks like 81 year old folks are not welcome.
I'm 81 and my wife is 87. We purchased a home in Oakland in 1982, and converted it from a duplex to a 4 plex. We now live in one of the apartments. With rent control as it is we'd be hard pressed to do well financially if we didn't have Social Security checks, such as they are.
Our single unit rents for $1062 and a 2 bedroom apt rents for $1585. Our tenants have nicer furniture than we do. I wonder why?
That isn't inclusionary zoning, although it is indeed a (modest) impact fee. Why it isn't inclusionary: no affordable housing is included within the project.
> Affordable housing wouldn't be part of Oak Knoll's mix because Oakland doesn't have an inclusionary housing ordinance.
We do have inclusionary zoning. You can build a percentage of affordable housing, or pay the fee that goes into the affordable housing impact trust fund.
People have to make their own scenes elsewhere. Richmond, Vallejo, Martinez, Stockton, etc all need artists to come and make their town great. And it's always inevitable. The place where this artist collective was at was once a carpet factory, which provided J-O-B-S for people, not just 14 artists living cheaply. It provided real jobs, so people could buy real homes.
So if you love soda why are you for the soda tax? It only hurts the poor.
If it's clean landfill, why are there signs around the dirt piles indicating a contamination level of greater than 1mg/kg?
The minimum actionable level for PCB contamination is 0.25mg/kg. This indicates it's at least four times more contaminated than "clean commercial fill."
Seems Mr. Neilly didn't remember that the PCB concentrations are actually posted on the piles.
Given people's attitudes these days, it's hard to tell if you're being serious Nick or sarcastic....
Talk about killing the goose that lays golden eggs.
Oakland isn't on an island. There's definitely other locations where these dispensaries would go to forego these ridiculous requirements.
And Mayor Schaaf is where......
Oakland has been at the forefront of this nascent industry and is to be commended.
That being said, the hundreds of millions in investment dollars will quickly look to other, more welcoming municipalities, in which to invest.
It is NOW Oakland's to lose if they don't move quickly to adopt a more welcoming ordinance.
It's not genetrification, and I get that bars come and go. What Oakland DOESN'T need is more hipster bars with "mixologists"! So sick of seeing overpriced cocktails, and food at the "newest, hottest, lame ass" bar.
GO sports bar closing is a serious bummer. It's not about having a dive bar to go to or about gentrification or changing with the times. Oakland is missing a Good quality sports bar with tons of TVs and all the games playing on Sundays. Somewhere where you can order a light beer without a judgemental look. It doesn't need another boring cocktail lounge where I can get a $14 artisanal bourbon in rose petal water. THAT is what we have enough of.
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