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Following suit
The clothes may make the man, but they also make the news. Look no further than the recent buzz around the fact that President Barack Obama wore — gasp — a tan suit. Forget Ukraine. Forget Iraq. Things are getting real back home when the commander-in-chief dare stray from his traditional black a...
By Michelle Durand Daily Journal Staff FULL STORY
Letter: Meteors are serious business
Editor, This is open letter to county officials regarding sea level rise planning. You need to put more emphasis on planning for the expected devastating meteor strike which will cause an un-surfable tidal wave if the meteor strikes the ocean. The tsunami direction signs along Highway 1 that are un...
Letter: Viva Mexico, Gov. Jerry Brown
Editor, California Gov. Jerry Brown and President Obama should jointly propose a new law that gives sovereign authority over California back to the country of Mexico and be done with it. Not surprisingly, many Democrats would actually vote for that law. The Democrats’ selfish power-hungry strate...
Letter: TSA assistance
Editor, In her Aug. 28 column, Michele Durand makes many good and interesting points about the obvious problems TSA is facing trying to keep away persistent security violator Marilyn Hartman from boarding planes without valid tickets. Ms. Hartman has earned her credentials to become a highly paid ...
Letter: What Harbor District dysfunction?
Editor, I served on the Harbor District’s board of commissioners for seven months in 2012. During this time, all of the commissioners, as well as the staff, worked well together. I was reappointed June 5, 2013. Four of the five commissioners, as well as the staff, continue to work well toget...
Letter: Belmont schools and tutoring
Editor, The Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District has been seeking voter support for a $48 million bond issue. The district maintains our schools require additional classrooms, science labs and updated classroom technology to address school overcrowding and to protect high-quality educa...

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