OH. MY. GOD. This is priceless. You go, Timothy. ROFL...
Put this in your (our) Trade Unionist pipe and smoke it:
Including July, there are 27 weeks remaining in 2013.
Including July, there are 14 Tuesday Supervisor's meetings.
Do we really expect that the Supervisors can get the people's work done at HALF TIME, FULL PAY?
Leadership, smeadership. Smoke & political mirrors. The WORK gets done in open session.
I certainly don't intend to hijack this conversation about being arrested in his underwear and socks after trying to break into a woman's bedroom at 3:40 in the morning... However:
Have a gander at their calendar yourself... and ask if you think there is anything exceptional happening between our elected Supervisors:
Lisa, re: the board of supervisors not taking any leadership role and issuing a statement?
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors is on vacation! There are 5 Tuesdays in July, and ONE Supervisor's meeting. For them, it would seem, the July 4th holiday week is FOUR WEEKS LONG.
With public noticing requirements, there is NOTHING standing in the way of Chairman Rabbitt calling a crisis meeting for THIS Tuesday.
Meanwhile, we're paying each of them about $10,000 this month to NOT meet.
You thought they were done?
Well... Surprise! Thursday's paper has MORE!
The plot thickens:
"Lobbiests are good - they do amazing things like keep professional basketball teams in Sacramento" truly amazzzzzzzz......... Yawn. P.O.S. reporting. Certainly not something that Kevin just decided to pick up on his own. Who could possibly be behind this junk? Who?
"Truth Time"? Really? You're afraid to put your real name to this? At least Alice has the guts to sign her name.
Your power as a consumer is your only means with which to show your dissatisfaction with the new ownership, or even part of that new ownership.
What a load of BS.
People that opposed the tasting room project won't soon forget the Schwartz's veiled threats of "turning people in for illegal structures" because of their opposition- nor the pompous blight that initiated it.
So please, drink Fort Ross wine... and be sure to toast all the little people that the Schwartz family stepped on to get there. South Africa may be the capital of blood-diamonds... and Fort-Ross is now the capital of bad-blood wine. Enjoy!
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