Pacifica Tribune/Chris Hunter/Special, updated 9/8/16. "Supervisor Horsley addresses citizens on county activities." (Meeting event at the Grape in the Fog Restaurant was organized by Mark Stechbart and Jim Wagner).
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.... Touching on the topic of sea level rise, Supervisor Don Horsley stressed his support for asset protection, whenever possible, rather than abandoning the short-term effort to protect seawalls.
.... The issue of affordable housing and the housing crisis ... .... People don’t realize that 62 percent of employees live somewhere outside of the county. That’s a major impact on traffic.” He said that the half-cent sales tax known as Measure A would be on the November 8 ballot in the form of a request for an extension for 20 years. Horsley is committed to making some of that money available for affordable housing projects, continuing the county’s efforts to help solve the housing problem as much as possible. ..." Read more.
Reference, speaker. Supervisor Don Horsley, District 3. Related. Note the Grape in the Fog restaurant link above is from Trip Advisor. Note photographs. Wake-up from Emilia's blog, "Classical Conditioning?", 8/17/10. Dog walk by Penni Gladstone, SF Gate/Ryan Kim, Staff Writer, 11/17/03, "Fiscal issues push recall in Pacifica / Residents want to toss 4 on council, including mayor."
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