Lets Talk About 600 W. Commonwealth

The following is cross-posted from Friends for Fullerton’s Future: And My Field-trip to Fact-Check Red Oak Investments This coming Tuesday the Fullerton City Council has a packed agenda and the most noise I’ve heard over the agenda is regarding the Red Oak Development. For the uninitiated that is the “Mixed-Use” Apartment complex that is being […]

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How Much Mixed-Use Do We Need?

The following is cross-posted from Friends for Fullerton’s Future: Looking Askance at the “Need” Argument The City of Fullerton is the process, through the planning commission, of bringing another abomination of a project back to life. What was once “Amerige Court” will now be “Amerige Commons”. The key reason that the Amerige Commons project is […]

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Records Request? Denied!

The following is cross-posted from Friends for Fullerton’s Future with a 24hr delay: A few people, myself included, who had records requests in with the F.P.D. and City Hall regarding the Joe Felz/Sappy McTree incident were emailed denial letters today. Mine was based upon Section 6254(f) and 6255 of the California Government Code and was […]

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“Personnel Matter” is Bureaucrat for “Misdemeanor”

The following is cross-posted from Friends for Fullerton’s Future: Both The OC Weekly and The OC Register have picked up the Uber-Failus story of Joe Felz. According to The Register the City Attorney, Greg Palmer, said “the incident is a personnel matter but declined to elaborate”. Let us look at that “Personnel Matter” shall we? […]

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Would You Like to Phone a Friend?

The following is cross-posted from Friends for Fullerton’s Future: We kicked off our relaunch by letting you all know that City Manager Joe Felz was in an alleged DUI accident at the wee hours on 09 November 2016 following some possible revelry in Downtown Fullerton where he was allegedly spotted at three bars before allegedly […]

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City Manager Felz Involved in Potential DUI Accident After Election Night Celebration

We at Friends for Fullerton’s Future can report and confirm that Fullerton City Manager Joe Felz was involved in an alleged DUI accident last night. Coming home from the Downtown Bar scene where several election parties were taking place, Mr. Felz allegedly lost control of his vehicle. According to the internal memo below, outgoing Police […]

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Don’t Shoot Fullerton’s Future – Don’t Bullet Vote

I heard somewhere that 40% of you voters are going to bullet vote for city council. Stop it. It’s counter-productive. Bullet Voting is a lot like playing Russian Roulette with a semi-automatic pistol. Sure you’re playing the game but we all know the immediate results. Bullet Voting is the process by which you vote for […]

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Fullerton Fútbol Fiasco

At the last City Council meeting a group of people from the Blue Stars Soccer League were in attendance to talk about the fees they’re charged and the conditions of the field on which they play. I wrote about it briefly in my council summary yet I didn’t dive too deeply into the issue at […]

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How About Them Roads

It’s now been over two weeks since the City Manager said he would get back to me on how they calculate the 8 Miles of road repairs claimed by Mayor Jennifer Fitzgerald and so today we’re going to do some math and see if we can’t make the numbers work in her favor as I […]

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An Open Letter to Jennifer Fitzgerald

Dear Mayor Fitzgerald, We’ve met on a few occasions as we have attended candidate forums in this current election for Fullerton City Council, otherwise we don’t know one-another. We have some things in common in that we’re both parents and we both profess to love our town and want what’s best for our fellow residents. […]

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18 Oct 2016 City Council Meeting

The council chambers were packed by the time I got to city hall from work last night and I didn’t plan on talking so I had the joy of sitting outside and hearing nothing for quite a bit of it because my phone signal wasn’t strong enough to view the live-stream. It shows you the […]

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An Open Letter to Joe Imbriano

Dear Mr. Imbriano, As a fellow candidate for Fullerton City Council here in 2016 and an outside the establishment one to boot, I find it odd that you keep attacking those who could be potential allies with you in this election cycle. You with some regularity like to act as if all of the council […]

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