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  • Scott Dye
    commented 2016-10-18 21:05:59 -0700

    My name is Scott Dye, and I’m a Harvard University Environmental Management and Sustainability graduate student living in San Diego. As part of my current research, I am working to get legislation changed in San Diego to allow tiny homes in more residential areas.

    I’m writing in hopes that your organization would be interested in discussing a partnership to raise awareness and support for this cause. Doing so would be beneficial to San Diego in many ways:

    - It would provide much needed affordable and sustainable housing options (especially to seniors and first time home owners)

    - These homes address two hot button issues: Homelessness and Water Scarcity

    - Tiny homes can be built very inexpensively which could provide housing to the homeless

    - Tiny living also requires less water, an important point considering our current drought

    Please let me know if you have any questions or can direct me to someone I could speak with about this in more depth.

    Thank you for your time!
  • john abate
    commented 2016-10-05 09:50:45 -0700

    I am interested in learning more about your organization and lending some time as a volunteer as it relates to help foward any progress and advocate bicyclist and motorist safety here in San Diego. I was recently a victim of a serious hit and run accident while cycling here in north county and would be happy to share my story if it helps to further our cause.
  • Jim Greene
    commented 2016-09-29 21:28:40 -0700
    I read your editorial in Voice of San Diego and was disappointed that you, like so many others, leave the burden of pedestrian safety solely with drivers. Pedestrians need to take responsibility for their own safety. Just this morning, I had to yield to a pedestrian who was crossing against a red hand pedestrian signal, probably believing that as long as the auto signal was green, she had the right to cross.

    I am tired of watching hordes of ignorant pedestrians stand on corners, not pushing the buttons to give themselves the white hand signal that helps communicate to them when it safe to cross and when they should wait for the next cycle. As a lot of people don’t understand how pedestrian signals are supposed to work, perhaps you need to spend more time educating pedestrians. It could start in schools. At the corner of Park Blvd. and Upas St., I see students routinely ignoromg the pedestrian signal buttons. I’m sure this happens all across the city.

    At a typical downtown intersection, I never know when it’s safe to turn right on a red light, given that a pedestrian may, at any moment, cross against a red hand signal. Never mind the line of cars behind me, anxiously waiting for me to go ahead; I have to worry about the idiots afoot who may dash into my path without warning.

    If you really care about pedestrian safety, part of you plan should be to educate the walking public to safe pedestrian procedures, and enlist the police to crack down on stupid, unsafe pedestrian actions.
  • Diane Pitzel
    commented 2016-09-12 18:04:49 -0700
    I just posted this on California’s DMV page: I am a non-driver who just renewed my expired ID. Now I have been told by my new employer that the receipt I received, along with my expired ID will not serve as proof of my identification, so I must wait for up to 60 days before I can work there. What do most California non-drivers do to remedy this sort of situation? Does California offer a temporary valid picture ID while other non-drivers wait for their new IDs, in other cities than San Diego? How can this be a new question or issue?
  • Tiffany Garrett
    commented 2016-08-22 13:17:32 -0700

    My name is Tiffany and I’m the Campaign Coordinator at Greenpeace San

    Diego! I wanted to share an upcoming event I’m organizing. We’re having a bike mass on

    September 3rd in support of the global “Keep it in the Ground” movement. We

    would love to invite you and your volunteers to participate! I’m really hoping to get our community and local groups involved to show San Diego that we are all standing in solidarity for a greener and healthier future! If you’re interested in collaborating with us we’d love to get you involved!

    Looking forward to chatting more, please let me know if you have any questions.


    Tiffany Garrett

    Campaign Coordinator

    Greenpeace USA


    Event page link:
  • Jack Carpenter
    commented 2016-04-11 12:19:29 -0700
    Boy is this screwed up.
  • Jack Carpenter
    commented 2016-04-11 12:17:51 -0700
    Please send Kathleen Ferrier’s contact info to

    We only have the Walk San Diego address and have lost contact.
  • Travis Smart
    commented 2016-02-01 23:46:47 -0800
    Hi ,

    Hopefully this is the best way to reach you.

    I found your website while looking for flower and plant care tips and wanted to say that I found your page here: – to be a very helpful source of information. Thanks for putting it together!

    By the way, I found a couple of useful resources while reading up online and I think they can be good additions to that page as well:

    Flower Care Tips – Essential Guide on How to Care for Your Flowers

    Plant Care Guides

    Thought I’d return the favour by recommending these links for the benefit of your visitors. Let me know if you like them?

    Many Thanks!

  • Colin Parent
    published this page in About Us 2015-10-03 10:08:45 -0700


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