Good or Bad ? Cutting Down the Cal Ave trees. Not the big picture.
Original post made by fireman, another community, on Sep 18, 2009
City Council crying to everyone we can not pay the hard working people in this city. But we have tons of cash and prizes (homes) for the losers who mismanage the publics funding. Hell we make them Senators. Nanny Joe.. and S.C County Officials
People falling and dieing because the streets and sidewalks are so bad. And pray it does not rain... Storm drains... or the Hill Burn.. No Foothill fire plan 10 years and still counting..
No money to pay the hard working people keeping the CPA the place you say it is?x2? Get awards for.... NO $$$$ to provide the services that the public has already paid for.
Then a City Manager has no idea about something that impacts the citizens so much... Good or Bad.... Council???? got something to say. where are the travelers checks?? No that won't work..
With stories like this and worse one after another.. Firefighters having to quit because it is so unsafe and corrupt. PAUSB members having to quit.. wow your Public safety and education in palo alto really sucks and cost SO,SO,SO much?
WHO IS RUNNING THIS PLACE...... THE INMATES for starters and the clueless or --------------- fill in the blank...
Hey Joe,,,, There should be a LAW AGAINST public government like this... Yea we know ,,you are one of its fathers.. No texting law ring a bell.. Ruben Grijalva.. How did you vote?? Help put him there?
When have you people had enough..... It does not get any WORSE no matter what JAY trys to sell you....
Oh and the $$$337 thousand dollars paid to Chasey Oneil.. came from which city employees health plan???? Gary....
So who gets the big PICTURE? How did this happen...
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