Monday, March 29, 2010

Around the East Bay Blogosphere: 3/29/10

Having issue with your opponent's ballot designation is apparently standard-operating procedure around the East Bay. The blog Halfway to Concord reports the Contra Costa County assistant district attorney, is running for the top job, is suing the Registrar of Voters allowing him to use his job title as his ballot designatioon. His opponent, who is the former assistant D.A., lodged a complaint. Last week, two candidates for the Alameda County Board of Supervisor, District 2 race were accused of misrepresenting their designations on the ballot....

The Island of Alameda blog has a poll showing residents overwhelmingly supporting a school parcel tax. Spread over eight years the tax could cost Alamedans around $659 and replace two other measures on the books....

The second in a six-part series on the business side of cannabis in the city is at OaklandLocal. Taking classes at Oakland's Oaksterdam sounds exactly like signing up for a semester at any local community college.... 

The home of Alice Waters and the concept of locavores were shutout of San Francisco Magazine's compendium of the best sandwiches in the Bay Area.  You can get a good sammich in Oakland, but not Berkeley, they ask? The Berkeleyside  blog offers up four suggestions of their own.

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