Category Archives: Opinion

Vote for the ONE you want

by Greg David Many years ago my father gave a small tidbit of wisdom in regards to city council elections. He told me that just because you can vote for up to three candidates when three seats are open, you … Continue reading

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DAN Waylonis Takes Aim at the Budget

by Carter Coleman & Paul Lansky Paul Lansky and I walked up to Council Candidate Dan Waylonis’ home in the Monta Loma neighborhood of Mountain View. A tall, lean guy greeted us at the door of his spacious home. Dan … Continue reading

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Aaron Jabbari: A Fresh Face

by Robert Cox and Carter Coleman I wanted to beat Carter for once, so I sprinted the last half block through a complex that looked like a much larger version of Wild Orchid, and then raced up to Aaron Jabbari’s … Continue reading

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Pop Quiz: How Much Did Mountain View Grow?

by Robert Cox & Deb Keller Pop quiz: How much did Mountain View’s population grow over the past 20 years? Answer: We won’t know for sure until the census figures are released at the end of this year. But we … Continue reading

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RONIT Byrant

by Carter Coleman & Jack Perkins As Jack and I approached Mayor Ronit Bryant’s yellow house, we weren’t surprised to see her tending her front yard garden.  With one arm in a cast and the other arm swinging a well-used … Continue reading

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