Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Looking Forward To This Evening...

Months ago Cindy Brenneman, long-time community volunteer, activist and member of the 60th Anniversary Celebration Committee, stepped to the speaker's podium and addressed the need to reconcile the issue of the 60th Anniversary.  Finally, this will happen tonight, beginning at 6:00 p.m. at the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) adjacent to the Police Headquarters at 99 Fair Drive.  CEO Tom Hatch and Committee Chairman Mike Scheafer will guide the discussion.  I've written about this several times.  You can read the agenda planned for this meeting HERE, which includes 52 pages if detailed information on the costs of the celebration.

For some pre-meeting perspective you can watch Brenneman's presentation below.  See you this evening.

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Blogger Joe said...

Again, even if all the dollars are accounted for, that doesn't mean there's nothing wrong. If, for example, $10 was paid for goods or services worth $2, then we need to know why, and if the overpayments were just a mechanism to help someone rip off.

Righeimer (and his bootlickers like Fitzy) likes to overuse "vibrancy" and "vibrant" when talking about issues. We're concerned about the trend toward an unhealthy fixation on vibration.

4/09/2014 02:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Casual Viewer said...

Browsing through the documents, Sun Group LLC pops up a lot. Who or what are they? How involved was Scott Baugh's Kb Events? They got one of the no-bid contracts.

4/09/2014 04:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Veronica said...

According to their website, Sun Group LLC is a "full service construction and development company based in Costa Mesa California". Their expertise is in constructing multi-unit family apartments. Judging from all of the apartment buildings being put up all over Costa Mesa, I'm guessing that there's a reason that Sun Group LLC would pop up a lot in those documents.

4/09/2014 05:21:00 PM  

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