Scott Wilk | A Saugus Farewell to Jerry Brown

The first time I could vote was in 1978 and on the ballot, running for re-election for governor of California, was Jerry Brown. After being elected to the state Assembly

Scott Wilk | Sacramento’s Shroud of Secrecy

Transparency is a vital necessity at every level of government. But in California, government transparency seems to be falling by the wayside as the state burdens its taxpayers with expensive

Scott Wilk | Newsom, Say No to Waste in Sacramento

This month Californians elected a new governor and I wish Governor-elect Gavin Newsom much success because his success as governor means our success as a state. That being said, Governor-elect

Letters to the Editor

Scott Wilk | The Whole Truth on Proposition 6

Victor Lindenheim’s op-ed (Sept. 22) “For Our Roads, Vote ‘No’ on Prop. 6,” only shared part of the story. Here’s the whole truth about Senate Bill 1 and Proposition 6.