A new Stockton blog

David Garcia writes:

“I am writing to share a new site I have recently started, www.stocktoncitylimits.com, that I think you and your readers would be interested in.

“I noticed that there is really not a lot of thoughtful, constructive sites in the blogosphere regarding Stockton (outside of your blog, of course). So, I decided that I would start one myself, pulling from my own background in urban policy and economic development.

“On the site, I try to take issues surrounding the city regarding growth and development and present them in the context of broader trends happening in other cities. I also try to take what I’ve learned in my own experiences in urban planning and apply them to Stockton to suggest policy solutions that could help improve the city.”

Check it out.

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