One of the big goals The University Neighborhood Times is to frame city issues in the context of our neighborhood. Often, quite often, there are city policies and discussions that impact our little 1500+ home neighborhood. The coverage in the Press Enterprise seldom goes deeper than the city staff presentation or communications office press release. In these complex times of budget cuts, taxes, and changing administrations we need to stay better informed than that.
I want to provide the super-local content and context. Occasionally the blog might stray to a wider city issue. This could happen because the dominant coverage is failing to deal with the impact on our neighborhood. It could also be because the matter just interests me.
I will always hope to keep you informed and eventually entertained. Who knows, maybe someday I’ll become a “real” journalist.
Remember, it’s your neighborhood!