Growing Pains: Thirty Years in the History of Davis

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Introduction

  1. Joann Leach Larkey, Davisville '68: The History and Heritage of the City of Davis, (Davis, California, 1969).
  2. Jim Kitchens, "Rebuilding a Community of Respect," The Davis Enterprise (May 10, 1998) A-11.

Chapter One: The Way It Was

  1. The Davis Enterprise, "Davis growth causes county people jump," (April 15, 1969).
  2. Enterprise, "Modern Davis continues its expansion," (May 31, 1968).
  3. Enterprise, " '67 year of accomplishment for growing city of Davis," (Dec. 29, 1967) .
  4. Enterprise, "Annexing to meet the coming crowd," (Jan. 21, 1969).
  5. James H. Meyer, oral history (February, 1992), 41-42.

Chapter Two: The Election of 1972—A Political Watershed

  1. Vigfus Asmundson, letter to Mike Fitch (Oct. 27, 1994), 1.
  2. Ibid, 4.
  3. The Davis Enterprise, "Davis could feel greatest impact from 18 vote rule," (Aug. 30, 1971).
  4. Enterprise, "Council blocks peace initiative," (Jan. 11, 1972), 1.
  5. Enterprise, "The impact youth vote will have on election," (Feb. 28, 1972).
  6. Enterprise, "Students should not be `conned,' " (Feb. 8, 1972), 8.
  7. Enterprise, "Not part of `slate,' " (Feb. 9, 1972), 1.
  8. Enterprise, "Black blasts students for interest lack," (March 9, 1972), 14.
  9. Ibid.
  10. Enterprise, "A look at the candidates," (March 3, 1972), 11.
  11. Enterprise, "How he resigned," (March 16, 19972).
  12. Enterprise, "Handy slogans," (April 3, 1972), B-4.
  13. Enterprise, "Black backed," (March 30, 1972), 12.
  14. Enterprise, "Our recommendations," (April 7, 1972), 8.
  15. Enterprise, "General Plan Review," (Jan. 21, 1972), 6.
  16. Ibid.

Chapter Three: The Meyer Era at UC Davis

  1. Emil Mrak, letter go Ronald Reagan and Roger Heyns, (May 21, 1969), 1.
  2. Mrak, David Hubin and Walter Woodfill, memo, (May 21, 1969), 1.
  3. James H. Meyer, oral history, (February 1992), 136.
  4. Ibid, 138.
  5. Mrak and Meyer, telegrams to Reagan (May 27, 1969), 1.
  6. Sacramento Bee, "Reagan Lashes Meyer on Student Strike Support, (May 24, 1969).
  7. Meyer, written statement, (May 23, 1969), 2.
  8. Meyer, oral history, 131.
  9. The Davis Enterprise, "Campus forming behind Meyer," (May 27, 1969).
  10. Meyer, oral history, 70.
  11. Emil Mrak, oral history, A Journey Through Three Epochs: The Memoir of Emil Mrak, Chancellor Emeritus, (1980), 40.
  12. Meyer, written statement, (October, 1969).
  13. Meyer, oral history, 316.

Chapter Four: Village Homes—Pioneers in a Changing World

  1. Jeff Loux and Robert Wolcott, "Innovation in Community Design: the Davis Experience, (February 1994), 9.
  2. Ibid, 11.
  3. Ibid.
  4. Ibid.
  5. Richard D. Chamberlain, letter to Mike Corbett (July 29, 1975), 1.
  6. Ibid, 2.
  7. Ibid.
  8. Gloria Shepard McGregor, letter to Chamberlain (Aug. 5, 1975), 1.
  9. City planning staff, report on Village Homes, (April 7, 1975), 6.
  10. Chamberlain, letter to Corbett, (Aug. 28, 1975), 1.
  11. Loux and Wolcott, 11.
  12. Jon Hammond, letter to Fred Howell, (June 25, 1980), 1.
  13. Hammond, Senda Nueva project description, (June 1980), 1.
  14. Ibid, 2.
  15. Ibid, 9.
  16. James Ridgeway, Energy-Efficient Community Planning: A Guide to Saving Energy and Producing Power at the Local Level (The JG Press, Emmaus, Pa.), 8.
  17. Loux and Wolcott, 12.
  18. Robert Sommer and Dale F. Lott, "Bikeways in Action: The Davis Experience," (1971), 1.
  19. Ibid.
  20. Ibid, 2.
  21. DeLeuw, Cather & Co., Bicycle Circulation and Safety Study, (Aug. 31, 1972), 4.
  22. Ibid, 3, 4.
  23. Ibid, 4.
  24. Urban Development Ag Buffer Task Force, final report (June 1989), 4.
  25. Ibid, 6.
  26. Ibid, 8.
  27. UC Davis Center for Design Research, "The Davis Greenway: A Conceptual Plan for Open Space and Wildlife Habitat for the City of Davis, California," (June, 1989), 3.
  28. Ibid, 4.
  29. Ibid., 44.

Chapter Six: Mace Ranch: A Disturbing Challenge

  1. Tom Lumbrazo, letter to Yolo County Project Planner Rose Marie Moore (Dec. 18,1986), 1.
  2. Mace Ranch Investors, project description report, February 1985.
  3. Ibid.
  4. Michael A. Hackard, letter to Lumbrazo (March 4, 1986), 2.
  5. Jones & Stokes Associates, draft environmental impact report (October 1985), 53.
  6. Ibid.
  7. Steve Kahn, letter in final EIR (Nov. 18, 1985), 8.
  8. California Department of Transportation, letter in final EIR (Dec. 17, 1986), 1.
  9. Dave Rosenberg, letter to Bob Black (July 24, 1986), 2,3.
  10. Rosenberg, letter to Black (July 24, 1986), 3.
  11. The Davis Enterprise, "Ramos plan rejected; smaller project eyed" (May 22, 1986).
  12. Ibid.
  13. Larry Asera, letter to Lumbrazo (July 18, 1986), 2.
  14. Ibid.
  15. Rosenberg, letter to Black, (Sept. 23, 1986), 1.
  16. Ibid.
  17. John P. Yeager, letter to Lumbrazo (Sept. 1, 1987), 1.
  18. William G. Holliman, letter to Davis City Council (March 9, 1988), 2.
  19. Bill Owen, memo to City Council (May 10, 1988), 1.
  20. Mike Corbett, letter to Yolo County Board of Supervisors (Oct. 12, 1988), 2.
  21. Holliman, letter to Owen (Oct. 12, 1988), 8.
  22. William and Peri Drips, letter to City Council and Planning Commission (Feb. 7, 1989), 1,2.

Chapter Seven: Growth—The Great Conundrum

  1. Livingston and Blayney City and Regional Planners, Davis Core Area Plan (1961), 11.
  2. The Davis Enterprise, "Annexing to meet the coming crowd," (Jan. 21, 1969).
  3. Lois Wolk, letter to Davis voters, (1994), 1.
  4. Ibid, 1,2.
  5. Enterprise, letter to the editor, (March 15, 1998), A-9.
  6. Alex Kenefick, letter to Davis Planning Commission, (Dec. 18, 1997), 1.
  7. Enterprise, "Growth rates," (March 17, 1998), A-6.

Chapter Eight: Tales of an Overpass, Underpass and Interchange

  1. Livingston and Blayney City and Regional Planners, Davis Core Aprea Plan, (1961), 31.
  2. The Davis Enterprise, "Asmundson, Aronson, Miller Elected; Bonds Fail," (April 10, 1968).

Chapter Nine: The Downtown Area: Keeping Suburban Malls at Bay

  1. Economics Research Associates, memo on retail acreage demand and downtown strategies, (Feb. 15, 1996), 8.
  2. Livingston and Blayney City and Regional Planners, Davis Core Area Plan, (1961), 2.
  3. Ibid, 1.
  4. Ibid, 6.
  5. Ibid, 3.
  6. Urban Economics and Planning Systems, downtown study, (1974).
  7. Palmer Koert, downtown marketing study, (1994).
  8. The Davis Enterprise, "Aggie Village rumors circulate," (Jan. 14, 1997), A-1.
  9. Enterprise, "Competition goes south of Borders," (Feb. 2, 1997), A-6.
  10. Enterprise, "The anti-choice tactics Border on inconsistency," (April 29, 1997), A-2.
  11. Enterprise, (May 2, 1997), A-8.
  12. Enterprise, (April 30, 1997), A-6.
  13. Alan Brownstein, letter to Davis City Council, (April 7, 1997), 3.
  14. Enterprise, "City prevails in lawsuit over Borders," (Jan. 8, 1998), A-8.

Chapter Ten: The Political Culture of Davis

  1. Pittsburg Post-Gazette, "Weirdo hunting in Davis, Calif., (1995).
  2. Salem News, "Potholes: History of just eyesores," (March 1, 1995), 5.
  3. Ibid.
  4. San Francisco Chronicle, editorial (1980).
  5. Jeff Loux and Robert Wolcott, "Innovation in Community Design: The Davis Experience," (February, 1994), 2.
  6. Ibid.
  7. Al Sokolow, "Bike City Politics," (Oct. 26, 1992).
  8. John and Lyn H. Lofland, "Lime Politics: The Selectively Progressive Ethos of Davis, California," Research in Political Sociology, (1987), 264.