I grew up on a small “ranch” in Penngrove, Sonoma County, that had two houses for people and about a dozen houses for chickens—over the years, family farming in the poultry industry became less and less profitable and my father got out of the chicken business altogether in the late 1960s. Since then the chicken [...]
We are starting to see some specific analysis from the last minute deal to avoid the fiscal cliff, but even as we digest more details, some pundits are saying the specifics are less important than the deal itself. Both parties in Congress had to come together to make it work and the compromise bodes well for [...]
The LAO released a curious document this week. They’ve been doing a lot of thinking about Facebook. On the one hand, who doesn’t spend a lot of time thinking about Facebook? But they’re doing it during working hours, unlike all of you, no doubt. They’ve been wondering how much this week’s IPO means in revenue [...]
For almost 25 years CSCDA a joint powers authority sponsored by CSAC and the League of California Cities, has provided conduit bond financing for public benefit projects such as non-profit hospitals, multi-family low and moderate income housing, schools and other projects.
Everywhere you look: bad news. Not here! Check out some reasons for tempered optimism.