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Friday Notes: Coach Thomason’s last home game, a new Brownfields bill, City Hall search update and more

Here are SCL’s news and notes for Friday, March 8th. Today I discuss Coach Bob Thomason’s final game at the Spanos Center, new Brownfields program legislation, the search for a new City Hall and more. Have a great weekend! Bob Thomason coaching last game in Stockton This Saturday, longtime Pacific men’s basketball coach Bob Thomason […]

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SCL Exclusive: Dan Cort, the interview

When it comes to downtown Stockton redevelopment, no one has been more successful than Dan Cort. Cort started out renovating Victorian homes in the Magnolia District and today his portfolio includes such historic downtown buildings as Cort Tower and the Kress Building. He also penned the book “Downtown Turnaround: Lessons for a New Urban Landscape,” […]

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Tuesday notes: Dameron, Dan Cort, and the waterfront

Happy Tuesday, everyone. No new content today, though some interesting news and notes caught my attention in the last week that I think deserve some attention:

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Jimmie Rishwain selfishly delays construction of downtown school

As reported yesterday in the Record, Former Mayor Jimmie Rishwain has thrown a wrench into the highly anticipated plan to bring more children downtown with the K-4 TEAM Charter School. The proposed school seems like a win-win: downtown buildings get reused for constructive purposes, eliminating blight while school children get a new place to learn. […]

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