There are defensive measures you can take around your own house to reduce the chance that the fire will spread to your house.
On Oct 12, 2018, at 7:46 PM, Phil Koen Dear Town Council Members, I am writing to you on behalf of a number of concerned residents of the Town. In reviewing Items 4, 5 and 6 on the October 16 … Continued
To Members of the General Plan Advisory Committee The issue we have is the same we’ve had for 3 years: a lack of transparency and forthrightness has again been authorized by Staff. Misstated information produces mistaken assumptions, wasting the time … Continued
Image by artoleshko via Thinkstock Commentary: Surging pension costs push more California cities toward bankruptcy By Dan Walters | Feb. 4, 2018 | CALIFORNIA’S PENSION CRISIS, COMMENTARY From one end of California to the other, hundreds of cities are facing a tsunami of pension … Continued
The mid-year budget report does not provide an explanation as to why the current year’s total department expenditures are projected to increase 16.7% over the prior year level. That is an increase of $5,340,288.
Measure G has been proposed by politicians Rob Rennie, Marcia Jensen and Steve Leonardis hinting that the future is bleak – yet not telling you that the town’s own budget for at least the next 5 years has … Continued