Community Commentary

S.H. Chambers

S.H. Chambers

Red light camera plague abating a bit

For many California drivers, there have been few worse plagues than the red light cameras that once operated in more than 70 cities across the state.

Pace of infrastructure planning for coastal flooding a countdown to disaster

A few weeks ago, San Diego coastal cities were given a stark reminder of the threat to public safety and our $15 billion a year tourism industry by increasing tides and coastal flooding.  With this problem becoming more severe, year after year, the lack of substantive coastal infrastructure planning can become a countdown to disaster.

S.H. Chambers

S.H. Chambers

S.H. Chambers

S.H. Chambers

S.H. Chambers

S.H. Chambers

Coaster booze ban: It’s the wrong approach

The North County Transit District (NCTD) is scheduled to vote this month on a proposal to ban all alcoholic beverages from Coaster trains.

S.H. Chambers

S.H. Chambers

Put family farmers back into farm to school

Farm to School programs appeared in the ‘90s with a three-way focus: fresh, local foods in schools; agriculture and nutrition education in classrooms; and purchases that support local family farms. Years since have seen these programs grow to include 40,000 schools and 23 million students.

S.H. Chambers

S.H. Chambers

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