It is really easy to go down the statistical rabbit hole with Covid-19. One reason for that is general skepticism about the seriousness of the disease, as proclaimed regularly on Fox News and any number of well-outside-the-mainstream media outlets. Another reason is more practical: Statistics determine where counties fall on the state’s color-coded reopening plan, … Read more Another Covid-19 metric to remember
Lake County’s Covid-19 response is a mixed bag, for assorted reasons, but one reason is pretty easy to figure out: Signage is lacking or missing across a wide variety of industry sectors. There’s no clear public-private partnership, and as a result there’s a lot of mixed messaging. The photo gallery below borrows ideas from merchants … Read more Signage can boost Covid-19 safety
I joined Ron Green on the Sept. 26 broadcast of his Philadelphia Lawyer show on KPFZ, Lake County’s community radio station. We’re no relation, to the best of anyone’s knowledge, but we often think along the same lines. It was a pretty good interview, so listen in.
City Council members are often asked to provide input on new and proposed state legislation, most often in the form of a council resolution. These requests usually come from third parties, including the League of California Cities, but elections provide another opportunity to weigh in. Here’s a quick recap of California ballot propositions and my … Read more California ballot propositions