Here is LOTA’s official response:
Richard LeGros posted a comment about what LOTA supposedly settled for.
LOTA never worked with Sullivan or received any of the $78,000. LOTA did not put in a claim. In fact, LOTA’s case was dismissed without any settlement so how could LOTA receive any settlement when they dropped the case?
This looks like a . . . → Read More: LOTA Clarification
At 9:12 PM PST on Monday, October 27th, CSD Director Joe Sparks launched what appeared to be a mass e-mail sent to numerous undisclosed recipients, which consisted of his response to CSD Board President Chuck Cesena’s viewpoint in The Tribune.
In the lengthy e-mail, Sparks attempted to address Cesena point-by-point, highlighting what he called “facts” in red-colored . . . → Read More: Joe’s "Sparks of Insanity"?
I’m going to provide a quick roundup of endorsements because it’s a little more than a week before the elections and I think that the time is right.
Los Osos Community Services District: Karen Venditti and Alon Perlman
For 11 years, Karen Venditti has shown solid experience in financial management starting as a sales consultant with large, well-known . . . → Read More: Ochs Nation LOCSD Endorsements
This is an open invitation for the candidates to answer questions regarding their candidacy.
Los Osos CSD board director candidates can reply by posting a comment or e-mailing me by clicking here.
Here is the list of questions:
1. Each and every candidate has a unique vision on how to achieve solvency. What are your plans and how . . . → Read More: The 1st 2008 LOCSD Digital Candidates Forum (DCF)
It was very nice of Mrs. Garfinkel to take the time and clarify a few things for me.
The problem is that I’ve never seen a debate before that did not allow the audience to ask questions about particular subjects. I can understand the argument, “Why should we talk about the Los Osos wastewater project? It’s in . . . → Read More: Response to Ann Garfinkel
Here is the e-mail I sent to the League of Women Voters in San Luis Obispo:
Dear Directors of The League of Women Voters of San Luis Obispo:
I am writing you on behalf of several concerned residents of Los Osos regarding an incident that occurred at the October 13 Candidates Forum in Los Osos sponsored by the . . . → Read More: Letter to League of Women Voters
Here are my thoughts unfiltered.
The debate format was rigid, trite and outdated.
Here’s my response to the League of Women Voters’ “unusual request.” The selection and design of the wastewater project is NOT in the jurisdiction of the county. That’s legally false. The Los Osos wastewater project is, in fact, within the jurisdiction of — where else? . . . → Read More: LOCSD Candidates Forum Analysis
It has been wild and crazy for the past couple of days. I figure that it would be best to relax for now and wait in the tall grass before I come across any more leads.
The LOCSD meeting on October 2nd showed that Maria Kelly is rather confrontational with the public and will slander those when . . . → Read More: Aftermath
“The end does not justify the means.”
Maria, did you know that the “mid-town site” is a euphemism for Tri-W? Yes, you said you preferred the Tri-W site 14 times. Want me to repeat that? You said you preferred the Tri-W site 14 times. Yes, you were talking about side-by-side comparisons, but you also said the “mid-town . . . → Read More: Message to Maria: A Response to Comments Made on 10/2/08
Here is my speech in its entirety. The speech was truncated when spoken so here’s the extended cut:
I received a mailer by Maria Kelly and Marshall Ochylski this afternoon, which had the words, “Experienced leadership with proven results” in big, bold letters. That doesn’t make a lot of sense.
For one thing, just because you served . . . → Read More: LOCSD Speech for the 10/02/08 Meeting