Union-Tribune's Editor Kittle exposed as participating in Sempra's corporate spin and "deception" says former news colleague
Without question, Don Bauder, a former editor and financial columnist for the San Diego Union-Tribune is one of the most respected business reporters in Southern California. Today, The San Diego Reader has published his story "Spinrise," which exposes his former colleague, Robert A. Kittle, as a "pathetically fatuous" servant of San Diego's "overlords." Pretty strong language, indeed! What's more, says Bauder, Kittle's statements about UCAN and the Sunrise PowerLink are a "rank deception." Read all about it.
What a moving experience it is to hear the 1-1/2 minute soliloquies spoken by citizens who have strong feelings about the proposal. Mothers, fathers, kids, cowboys, riders, runners, homeowners, boy scouts, business owners, advocates for the power lines, advocates against the power lines, biologists, engineers... all of them tax payers, all them rate-payers. Read more.
It is May 8th and the evidentiary phase of the Sunrise Powerlink hearings are finally over. It took the better part of two years to get here. What I can say today is that based upon what has occurred in the CPUC evidentiary hearing rooms throughout 2007 and this year is that SDG&E's case has effectively fallen apart. Here's a sneak peak at the final outcome: Read More.