Tony Norman for Carmen Robinson: LINK
Brian O'Neill against leasing the Parking Authority garages: LINK
The URA says it wants public input: LINK
Mayor Ravenstahl for deterrence by way of high-powered rifles: LINK
After standing accused of a history of corrupt activity by both of his opponents, Mayor Ravenstahl spends three minutes not defending his record, suggesting it should not be a topic of discussion -- and demanding that his opponents "talk about the issues!" (pay-to-play is an issue, jackass) while challenging them to "be specific!" about what they would do regarding City finances like he does in his 11-point plan: LINK
The Mayor's 11-point plan leads off with, "Solve our Legacy Costs Crisis," period, full-stop, end of discussion. Same story for "enhancing government services through efficiency": LINK
Dan Onorato is in favor of 4201-08: LINK. And, he is intent on conducting a gender & race pay disparity study of the sort that our city's administration has strenuously and creatively delayed for well over a year: LINK. And, has spent his appointment power giving the "other" (original) Hill District leadership group representation on the master plan steering committee: LINK. So, this week Dan Onorato put some numbers up on the Comet scoreboard in a big way.