Columnist David “Mas” Masumoto says we in the San Joaquin Valley have often heard these excuses as the larger cities and coastal regions of the state often got higher priority for public funds, foundation support and educational initiatives. Too often the Valley has been sent to the back of the line, a geographic bias when labeled “the other California.” The time is now to rush to the front of the line as we build something uniquely our own. We can then become the “other line” that goes faster.
Columnist David “Mas” Masumoto says we in the San Joaquin Valley have often heard these excuses as the larger cities and coastal regions of the state often got higher priority for public funds, foundation support and educational initiatives. Too often the Valley has been sent to the back of the line, a geographic bias when labeled “the other California.” The time is now to rush to the front of the line as we build something uniquely our own. We can then become the “other line” that goes faster. Jennifer Hart Fort Worth Star-Telegram file illustration
Columnist David “Mas” Masumoto says we in the San Joaquin Valley have often heard these excuses as the larger cities and coastal regions of the state often got higher priority for public funds, foundation support and educational initiatives. Too often the Valley has been sent to the back of the line, a geographic bias when labeled “the other California.” The time is now to rush to the front of the line as we build something uniquely our own. We can then become the “other line” that goes faster. Jennifer Hart Fort Worth Star-Telegram file illustration

It’s time that the San Joaquin Valley becomes the ‘other line’

April 28, 2018 01:35 PM