A grand plan to redevelop San Diego's waterfront from the airport to ChulaVista was rolled out today for the press and public by a group called theCalifornia Independent Voter Project. The "alternative waterfrontvision" as it's called, is being promoted by local political heavyweights.Tonight we'll lay out the grand plan and talk with one of its advocates.

Steve Peace, former state senator and chairman ofthe board of directors for the California Independent Voter Project.

by Anna Vigran
National Public Radio
March 9, 2007

Middle-class families are increasingly feeling the bite of the Alternative Minimum Tax. It was originally meant to target rich tax dodgers. How are families coping with the AMT?

By David Cay Johnston
New York Times
May 22, 2007
A levy originally intended to ensure that the richest investors cannot live tax-free is taking back a much larger portion of the Bush tax cuts going to those who make less than $100,000 than to those who earn more than $1 million, according to a new analysis by the Joint Committee on Taxation.

By Steve Peace and Ron Roberts

San Diego Union-Tribune

January 26, 2007

Opportunity is a funny thing. It cannot be planned. It must be recognized when it chooses to present itself. And when it's missed, it never seems to return in quite the same form. And then, eventually, it's simply lost, never to return at all.

By Steven P. Erie and Scott A. MacKenzie (Op-Ed) March 11, 2007 Steve Peace and Supervisor Ron Roberts held a special presentation January 30, 2007 to present a new vision for San Diego's waterfront.


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