Monthly Archives: October 2012

Originally posted on Plastic Alto with Mark Weiss:
Terry Acebo Davis sent this artistic token of goodwill to the Mark Weiss 2012 Palo Alto City Council campaign. In fact, she entered this collage –comprised of words and phrases mostly out…

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Julian Davis, Gunn graduate, making waves in SF’s liberal D5 race

Before or after the Giants World Series Victory Parade (!!!), I hope to swing by 609 Haight Street at Steiner, the campaign headquarters of Julian Davis, a 33-year old Gunn and Brown grad running for Supervisor, in District 5 in … Continue reading

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Weiss response to Sierra Club survey

(Note: I was NOT endorsed by Sierra Club although I was interviewed by four members of their policy committee in September at Terry Trumbull’s Palo Alto home, and two members of that group said that they either voted for me … Continue reading

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Watching the detectives, II: from the honorable Diana Diamond

I want candidates / council members who…bring new ideas. Council members are elected to make decisions; they should generate their own ideas about what the city needs instead of slavishly following an agenda prepared by staff. (from the San Jose … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Plastic Alto with Mark Weiss:
After the excellent Kiwanis’-sponsored Palo Alto May Fete Parade (90th) and Fair(1st) Saturday, I had lunch with Council Member Karen Holman at Peninsula Creamery. As a convenience to our server, I had…

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Did Arrillaga and city staff cop from Weiss activism on 456?

Here is another insight into 27 University “Arrillaga Office Towers Proposal” and how it compares to 456 University, the Varsity Theatre, about which I was plenty active last fall, suggesting that local leadership could work with the landlord to let … Continue reading

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Dress classy, vote cheesy

Margaret Mead said to never underestimate the ability of a small group of people to change the world. I am the 500 millionth person to jump on the Gangnam Style bandwagon, but I think I can outflank my opponents on … Continue reading

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