Tony Daysog 
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Re: “Do Not Resist This Film

Food for thought indeed!

Posted by Tony Daysog on 10/19/2016 at 12:08 AM

Re: “Vote With Us! The East Bay Express' Endorsements for Election Day 2016.

Bummer! But . . . I do appreciate the line you included: "Councilmember Tony Daysog has served Alameda admirably over the years, but . . ." Of course, we might have our difference over the predicate following the "but" : ) But, regardless, I do appreciate what you wrote. All the best. (Still, I'll always be an avid reader of EBX!)

/s/ Tony Daysog

Posted by Tony Daysog on 10/12/2016 at 11:50 AM

Re: “Hapless Chargers Punt Win to First-Place Oakland Raiders

I honestly think it's great that EBX is following the Raiders on a weekly basis!

Posted by Tony Daysog on 10/10/2016 at 10:12 AM

Re: “Richmond Rent Increase and Eviction Moratorium Blocked by Mayor Tom Butt and Two Councilmembers

Middle-of-the-road Alameda passed a rent moratorium . . . twice.

Posted by Tony Daysog on 09/14/2016 at 11:45 AM

Re: “Make Voting Great Again: Introducing the Express' Weekly Election 2016 Column

Just to be clear: what I meant by "Goldilocks" was that the rent ordinance adopted by Council in March and that we recently placed on the November ballot rests neatly in between the rent control activists' initiative ("too strong") and the California Apartment Association's initiative ("too weak") -- our ordinance, as Goldilocks would say, is "not too strong, not too weak, but something in between that's just right." Thanks! : )

/s/ tony

Posted by Tony Daysog on 07/27/2016 at 10:27 AM

Re: “Summer Blockbuster Movies That Might Be Cool (But Probably Will Disappoint)

No, no, no, no! I beg to differ . . . . "Independence Day" is not, as you say, "soulless, barefaced garbage"! It's great! Really, I think it's great! And I hope Part 2 is as great as Part 1!

Posted by Tony Daysog on 06/22/2016 at 10:22 AM

Re: “Town Business: Bus Stop Scandal, 'Rigged' City Contract, Affordable Housing for Six-Figure Incomes, and More Body Cameras

For what it is worth: in Alameda County, a three-person household is moderate income if this household makes anywhere between $64,451 and $101,000. A four-person household is moderate income if this household makes anywhere between $71,601 and $112,200. Maybe change the program to make eligible moderate income households with incomes above 100% area median but below 110% the area median? IOW, instead of limiting the program to those moderate income households (3 person definition) between $64,451 and $84,150, extend the maximum limit now from $84,150 (ie 100% of area median) to $101,000 (ie 110% of area median), which is still moderate income for a family of three. Take this baby step before arguing for 150% of area median.


Posted by Tony Daysog on 04/13/2016 at 7:46 AM

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