Monthly Archives: May 2016

Heads Up Union Street Residents and other citizens of wildomar

The city of wildomar will be holding a 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, June 4, 2016 that could affect your ability to enter or leave the area for approximately an hour that morning. The time of this event is scheduled to be from 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.


Traffic traveling through the area from elsewhere may also be affected at the following locations:
Palomar St. from its junction with Mission Trail north past Marna O’Brien Park to Ricks Dr..
Union St. from its termination at William Collier Elementary School south to Wesley St.
Traffic as it crosses Union St. at Batson Ln, Bryant St., Sheila Ln., Durango Ct. and Wesley St. will also be affected at various time during the approximate 1 hour time period.
You can visit which has a photo rendition of the map.

Wonder why you haven’t heard of this traffic delay, ask the city of wildomar at its next council meeting on June 8, 2016 (assuming they don’t cancel it)


UPDATED @ 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, 2016
At 6:42 p.m. I received the first of 3 e-mails announcing the adjournment of the Thursday, May 26, 2016 Measure Z Oversight Advisory Committee Meeting until June 30, 2016.
Per Resolution 2013-37 Section 6 Time and Place of Meetings.
The Committee shall establish a regular date, time and place for Committee meetings, which shall be open to the public. Said meetings shall occur no less frequently than every 3 months.

The last meeting of the Measure Z Oversight Advisory Committee Meeting occurred on February 25, 2016 (the June 30th date will be 4 months and 5 days since the last meeting.)
3 days after the last meeting the term of 3 members of the committee ended which leaves the current committee with 2 members and 3 members-elect (not sworn in), also no chair or vice-chair.

The city of wildomar has finally stomped the Measure Z Oversight Committee into oblivion.
Fist they would delay meetings by a week, then a month and now nothing.
Its on the city of wildomar’s calendar (been there for over a month) but with hours past the required Brown Act time of 72 hours to post an agenda NOTHING


An e-mail to a city official asking if the meeting has been cancelled has yet to be responded to.
The worst part of this is nobody cares. It’s only a lousy 350K of taxpayer money.



With the release of the latest press “Press Release” by e-mail blast from the halls of the city.
(For which 225 residents were signed up for in January of 2016)

Press Release

One can’t help but wonder how long it will be before the city council gives itself a pay raise. Any guesses as it being the next council meeting on May 11, 2016. This along with making this pay raise retroactive to the first of the year.

Legally they are entitled because the population of the city has reach the number established by California Government Code 36516. (a) (1) A city council may enact an ordinance providing that each member of the city council shall receive a salary based on the population of the city as set forth in paragraph (2).
Paragraph (2) The salaries approved by ordinance under paragraph (1) shall be as follows:
(A) In cities up to and including 35,000 in population, up to and
including three hundred dollars ($300) per month.
(B) In cities over 35,000 up to and including 50,000 in
population, up to and including four hundred dollars ($400) per

Hang on to the seat of your pants while they shoot for 50,000+ so they can receive $500.00 a month