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George Hanak Says:

Sun, Aug 21 2016 07:47 AM

Great article,sorry to say,that we are keeping elected crooked,public officials to our city hall.


George Hanak Says:

Sun, Aug 21 2016 07:35 AM

I attemted to visit this venue,but left becouse there was nowhere to park,unless willing to spend $ 10 for parking.After developing this area,there will be less parking avaiable and less of park for us to use.


JR Says:

Sat, Aug 20 2016 06:02 PM

What a wonderful defense of the indefensible, saying & doing "Whatever It Takes" (the criminal safety mantra) to justify the disarmament of only law-abiding, mentally-sound, drug/alcohol-free people.


anniej Says:

Sun, Aug 14 2016 04:33 PM

Community is looking for the focus to be education, NOT BOND INITIATIVES!!!!


sosocal Says:

Fri, Aug 12 2016 11:39 AM

Thanks for this choice rendition of the council meeting. Are you working on a screenplay, because this could play well! (I can only wish we were better represented, but--you are making great lemonade out of the lemons!


JR Says:

Thu, Aug 04 2016 04:09 PM

The Khans should inform your vote, especially their website being scrubbed of all incriminating information. https://web.archive.org/web/20160305024110/http://kmkhanlaw.com/


Frisco George Says:

Wed, Aug 03 2016 07:54 PM

Carlos Davalos's editorial regarding the Democratic Convention was way off. This was one of the best organized conventions in recent memory. Credible speaker after speaker from all walks of life from business to politics made a strong case for Hillary Clinton as the next President of the United States. Contrast this with the Republican convention where the best speakers attempting to make an argument were members of the Trump family. Now think about this, if you were applying for a job and they were asking you to provide credible professional references and all you had to vouch for you were your sons, daughter, and wife... do you really think you would get the job? Of course not. This simple reason is why the Democratic Convention accomplished its goal of making a credible argument for Hillary Clinton as the next President of the United States, while the Republican Convention had the drama that Mr. Davalos and perhaps others wanted to see from the former reality showman but with zero credibility.


DR B Says:

Wed, Aug 03 2016 03:10 PM

I too am shocked on Davalos' editorial comments. He left a lot out of the story, so I rate Davolos' unflattering editorial subdued, muted and undertoned.


Vivian Says:

Wed, Aug 03 2016 12:37 PM

I was shocked to read Mr. Davalos' editorial regarding the Democratic Convention. I found the convention to be an excellent vehicle for showcasing the Democratic Party ideals, its candidates, and plans for a Clinton presidency. The speakers were extraordinary.

But Mr. Davalos appears to have missed most of the speakers. That's a pity, because as we've seen, there has been continuing interest in most of what was said, including Donald Trump's childish, uninformed and vicious attack on Gold Star parents Mr. & Mrs. Kahn. Watching the Kahns alone should have touched your heart and informed your vote in November, Mr. Davalos.


George Hanak Says:

Tue, Jul 26 2016 06:04 AM

Oh no again,Mr. Zavalos stay away from using this newspaper as a platform for your leftist agenda!!


George Hanak Says:

Tue, Jul 26 2016 05:54 AM

so CVFD running late?No supprise here,since the are no fires to fight in Chula Vista(it is rarity),they become lazy,I often see firemen from station # 2,joging 1/2 mile away from his station or very "busy"station # 4,always crew can be seen in Costco,Home Depot,etc,no wonder they are running late.


anniej Says:

Wed, Jul 20 2016 12:13 PM

TEMPORARY tax hike???? Ther is no such thing......

Poor leaderships answer to financial issues - CALL FOR A NEW TAX OR BOND.

Communities response - N O spells NO


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