I don’t often blog about land use, for obvious reasons, but here we go. I’ve been slowly going through Star Trek: The Animated Series, currently free for Amazon Prime members. I remember watching a few of these episodes, mostly “The Ambergris Element” and “The Slaver Weapon”, as a kid. I think Nickelodeon aired episodes in the mid-1980s. But somewhere, I remember watching these two. As I progressed over the last few weeks, I hit “The Pirates of Orion.” As it started, I caught the episode title, captured above. The writer was one Howard Weinstein. Weinstein had written several Star Trek
When I joined the CA’s Budget Committee in 2004, I was astonished to learn the budgetary process was mostly shrouded in mystery. Meetings were not announced and prior year information was almost nonexistent. As a result, I made it a goal to open the CA’s financials. After our report was completed, I scanned it and posted it to my personal website. I also posted two prior reports given to me by Kathy Larson and Andy Stack. When I was selected as chair of the committee the following year, I sought more openness. Reports and meeting schedules were made available though
This is kind of embarrassing, but the headline says it all. You can download the file here.
Today, the Public Engagement in Land Use Planning Task Force (PELU) issued its final report. You can download the report here.
Below is the video of the Public Engagement in Land Use Planning Task Force public hearing from April 10, 2008. I’d like to thank Bill Taylor for providing the video.
A draft of potential recommendations currently being considered by the Public Engagement in Land Use Planning Task Force is now available.