It’s Time for Wildomar to Drain it’s Swamp

UPDATE: After attending a Measure Oversight Committee meeting on December 8, 2016 during which I brought up the condition of this Tot-Lot, I had to listen quietly to a sorry story of why this condition exist. The story told was that this is a one-time event caused by the adjacent school. The following pictures show this event occurring several times in the past where the Tot-Lot drained within a couple of days.

January 2016


September of 2014


February 2014

In all these past incidents this Tot-Lot drained within a couple of days.

One would think that after 2 ½ years of of operating the parks in wildoslavia they would get it right.

After the most recent rains, on November 26-27 which resulted in five-eighths of an inch, the drainage system ceased to function in one of wildoslavias numerous city owned Tot-Lots located in one of its three parks that service 35,000 plus citizens.

Gates to the school are in the background

The continual flooding of this particular park anytime the city receives more than one-half inch of rain has been the result of poor maintenance of the passageway, since day one, for water under a bridge utilized daily by school children at the local elementary school.

This is now, December 2016

This is opening day 2014

All of this has resulted in wildoslavia having now two Tot-Lots inaccessible to citizens that are physically challenged and requiring a ramp into the Tot-Lot. The other park is the city’s premier park where the ramp was destroyed.

The current condition of what was a ramp at Marna Tot-Lot

This is what was turned over by the County of Riverside

WILDOMAR where the LIGHTS are ON but NOBODY’S HOME

On two separate Friday nights November 4th and 11th, 2016 the lights at, wildomar’s premier park Marna O’Brien, have lit up all three ball diamonds. This would in most cases be a good thing as the citizens pay dearly with an annual Measure Z Tax for this pleasure used by a few.

1104162112-01

But, this is wildomar where on the two nights mentioned two fields sat empty while one team played, this condition existed from 9:00pm – 10:00 pm on both evenings that I know of. At a calculated cost (2009 study) these lights cost $33.20 per hour per field to operate. With all three fields lit up it was costing the taxpayers of this city $99.60 per hour of operation. These lights had been on since 5:30pm both evenings until 10:00pm a period of 4.5 hours for a total cost of $448.20 each night.

user-fees-parks-2009

As the parks are closed to the general public at dusk, the sports leagues using these fields are supposed to by City of wildomar Resolution 09-64 pay a prorated share for these lights. That share was per the Resolution to be $5.00 for the use of each field and $15.00 per hour per field for the lights. There is no way to know if anything is being collected by the city as the Measure Z Oversight Committee has never seen any documentation verifying this. The last Oversight meeting brought to light that the teams were paying nothing for the use of the fields in exchange for the teams maintaining the fields, for themselves as they leave them in unplayable condition for everyone else. This is a clear violation of Resolution 09-64

How much abuse are the citizens of wildomar to take at the hands of an uncaring staff.

Wildomar Parcel Tax the Real Numbers

My comments, at the city council meeting, concerned the apartments which remain the property of a single owner, such as Gables Oak Creek Apartments 148 units, Santa Rosa Apartments 320 units and Oak Springs Ranch 321 units for a total of 780 new dwelling units (the projected population increase is 1716 citizens). Those existing apartments now pay $84 annually in Measure Z.

 

County of Riverside Geographic Information System (GIS) Assessor's Parcel Number Report (APN)

County of Riverside Geographic Information System (GIS) Assessor’s Parcel Number Report (APN) For Gables Oak Creek Apartments

Permit Page fromthe above GIS page

Permit Page fromthe above GIS page

Tax Bill for Gables Oak Creek Apartments. notice the Measure Tax at the bottom.

Tax Bill for Gables Oak Creek Apartments. notice the Measure Tax at the bottom.

Same information for the Santa Rosa Apartments

Same information for the Santa Rosa Apartments

santa-rosa-2

santa-rosa-taxes

The same for Oak Springs Ranch, the apartments behind city hall

The same for Oak Springs Ranch, the apartments behind city hall

oak-springs-ranch-2

oak-springs-ranch-taxes

This, along with future apartments, approved or in the process of being approved, totaling 910 units that are rented out located on 5 seperate parcels, which will bring in a calculated 2002 new citizens, these will pay a single Measure Z parcel tax per complex or $140 a year for Wildomar’s parks.

Future Apartments
Villa Sienna Apartments 180 units
Grove Park Apartments 162 units
Baxter Village Apartments 204 units
Darling Bundy Apartments 140 units
Horizon/Strata 138 apartments 86 assisted living units

That brings the total Measure Z tax of $224 to the city for 3718 citizens living in 1690 apartment units.

(60 cents a year per citizen) The average single family home which pays $28 for the calculated 3.2 citizens works out to $8.75 per person

If anyone care to see the numbers I show the individual parcels along with copies of the pertinent pages of the Measure Z Park Tax Fiscal Year 2015- 2016 Assessment Roll. (This is a part of the documentation that the Oversight Committee has never seen, only one member has ever expressed an interest in seeing this documentation).

parcel-tax-page-63

parcel-tax-page-64

So much for Oversight

Wildomar Library Less Than Significant

713sitg4vl-_sl1024_

 

While studying an EIR (Environmental Impact Report) for a group of condominiums awaiting approval to be built in Wildomar one can’t help wonder what these people are thinking when they declare an increase in population no matter how insignificant, in this case 630 individuals or a 1.9% increase, to be less the significant

The wording in the EIR section entitled: SUMMARY OF IMPACTS AND MITIGATION MEASURES FOR THE PROJECT: Impact: reads as follows
The proposed project would not result in adverse physical impacts with the provision for, or the need for, new or physically altered library facilities.
Mitigation Measure: No mitigation measures are required
Significance after Mitigation: Less than significant

Further on in the Summary of Impacts it continues with this statement
The project would not result in a cumulatively considerable contribution to adverse physical impacts due to the construction of new or expanded library facilities.

This statement is parrotted in another Mitigated Negative Declaration presented to the Planning Commission the month before.
Any impacts would be considered incremental and less than significant.
Page 104 of 147
http://www.cityofwildomar.org/uploads/files/minutes/2016-10-19-agenda-packet/Item%202.1%20-%20Attach%20A-Ex%201%20-%20Nova%20Homes%20IS-MND%20Document.pdf

Back to the EIR
Under the Heading Libraries is the following declaration
The City of Wildomar is a member of the Riverside County Library District (RCLD), which
operates 33 libraries throughout Riverside County and has an annual circulation of 3.4 million
items (Christmas, 2010). According to the City’s General Plan, the County Library System has
District-wide standards of 1.2 volumes and 0.5 square feet of library space per capita. The
Mission Trail Library located at 34303 Mission Trail, is the library nearest to the project site,
approximately 2.7 miles north of the project site.

To show you how old the numbers here are the current Riverside Library system has 35 libraries and 2 bookmobiles. It’s circulation in 2012 was 3,724,657. It’s collection consist of 1,626,646 in 2012.

So let’s look at what should be:
Looking at Wildomar
The Wildomar Library on Mission Trail is 5,384 sq.ft.. With a population of 35,168 (January 2016) the square footage should be 17,584 sq.ft..
We are currently at 30 and half percent. Even below the county deficit.
Square Footage per the General Plan rate of 0.5 sq.ft. per capita for Riverside County based on the current population of 2,189,641 (2016) should be 1,094,821 sq. ft.
The current square footage is 360,757 a deficit of 734,064 square feet or about ⅓ of what it should be.
To be fair when the Mission Trail Library, now known as the Wildomar Library, was built it served an estimated population of 20,000 and was 5,000 sq.ft., undersized by half then. With a County Standard of 0.5 sq.ft. per capita it should have been 10,000 sq.ft..

news1-2

Volumes in the Collection
Wildomar Library contains 20,682 volumes where it should contain 87,920 this is a deficit of 67,238 or 23.5% of what we should have.
Per the General Plan the requirement is 2.5 volumes per capita
The EIR in question states 1.2 volumes per capita, that is the number of volumes on hand in per California Library Statistics 2012.
The total collection volume should be 5,474,103 volumes. The current collection in 2012 is 1,540,455. This is a far cry from what it should be with a deficit of 3,933,648 or 28% of what should be in our libraries.

The latest statistics for the Wildomar Library aka Mission Trail Library are 158,380 visits with 69,236 items checked out 2015-16, 69,236 visits with 2,280 children attending programs throughout the year.
2013-2014 Fiscal year had 152,401 visits and 69,236 items checked out.
Visits are up 4% from years previous.
Population 2014 – 33,718
Population 2016 – 35,168 and increase of 4%

The last monies collected for the library was by the County of Riverside, before cityhood, was a Development Impact Fee (DIF) for books only. This money, approximately $167,000, turned over to the city mid-year 2014 will purchase just under 7,000 books at the County’s estimated cost of $25 per book. But where to put them.

When this money runs out that’s it

Realizing the Impact to the County of Riverside they updated their DIF in 2014 to include this chapter:
http://planning.rctlma.org/Portals/0/genplan/general_plan_2014/EnvironmentalImpactReport/04-17_PublicFacilities_2014-04-07.pdf

Page 67 of 75
Ordinance No. 659 – Development Impact Fees Program: Under this ordinance, all new residential, industrial and commercial development is required to pay development impact fees commensurate with the level of new development proposed in order to offset impacts to existing and future public facilities. For library services, the ordinance establishes a base per-dwelling unit fee for both single- and multi-family homes; $341 and $286 per dwelling unit respectively. The ordinance enforces the program by stating that “no building permit shall be issued for any Development Project except upon the condition that the Development Impact Fees required by this ordinance are paid.” These funds are collected and used to provide both library services and construction of new facilities pursuant to the Public Facilities Needs List maintained by the County of Riverside and updated annually.
Riverside County General Plan Policies: Policy LU 5.1 in the Riverside County General Plan aids in the prevention of significant impacts to libraries. It directs the County of Riverside to take action to ensure that development does not cause growth to exceed acceptable levels of service. In terms of libraries, this is implemented through requirements for development fees to be paid as part of project Conditions of Approval. See Section 4.17.6.B for full text of the policy

b. Compliance with Existing Mitigation Measures from EIR No. 441
In EIR No. 441, prepared for the 2003 RCIP General Plan, Mitigation Measure 4.15.6A was imposed to reduce impacts to libraries to less than significant. This measure remains applicable to this project and would lessen impacts to libraries by setting a performance standard that must be met by new development proposals. This standard is implemented with funds collected pursuant to County Ordinance No. 659, as discussed above.
Existing Mitigation Measure 4.15.6A:
Riverside County shall provide a minimum of approximately 0.5 square foot of library space and 2.5 volumes per county resident.
F. Libraries – Level of Significance After Mitigation
With the implementation of the above-listed existing General Plan policies and existing Mitigation Measure 4.15.6A from EIR No. 441, GPA No. 960 would have a less than significant impact on libraries.

Notice the Fees for Libraries of
$341 for single family homes and $286 for multi-family homes (the fee is per Dwelling Unit)

The City of Wildomar chose not to include a DIF for Library Construct or Books when they adopted their fees in 2014.

It’s a sad state when two of our council members, both of whom proclaim they are members of the “Friends of the Mission Trail” Library, and claim they are pro library have not called for a Developer Impact Fee therefore this city collects no money for books or buildings.

The Cloak of Secrecy May Get Pierced

A follow up to a previous blog.

LEGAL BUT SO WRONG

Access Denied

Case to be argued on Wednesday, December 7, 2016, at 9:00 a.m., at the Ronald Reagan State Office Building, 300 South Spring Street, Third Floor, North Tower, Los Angeles.
SAN JOSE, CITY OF v. S.C. (SMITH)
Case Number S218066
Petition for review after the Court of Appeal granted a petition for peremptory writ of mandate. This case presents the following issue: Are written communications pertaining to city business, including email and text messages, which (a) are sent or received by public officials and employees on their private electronic devices using their private accounts, (b) are not stored on city servers, and (c) are not directly accessible by the city, “public records” within the meaning of the California Public Records Act?

For those interested in hearing the live proceedings you can go to http://newsroom.courts.ca.gov/news/supreme-court-oral-argument-webcast-archive
Bottom of the page
Supreme Court Oral Argument
A link to the webcast will be posted approximately 15 minutes before call to order for the session.

THE SPIRIT OF THE LAW IS STILL BROKEN

The letter of the law versus the spirit of the law is an idiomatic antithesis. When one obeys the letter of the law but not the spirit, one is obeying the literal interpretation of the words (the “letter”) of the law, but not necessarily the intent of those who wrote the law.

Idiomaticusing, containing, or denoting expressions that are natural to a native speaker.

AntithesisDirect contrast; opposition.

Idiomatic Antithesis: What do you do when you have to follow the letter of the law, but you have wiggle room to interpret said law to maintain the integrity of your work?

Knowledge about the workings of city government just got a little easier for those citizens that have chosen not to signed up for e-mail blast from the city. (Less than 1,000 have)
Access to agendas for City Council, Planning Commission, Measure Z Oversight Committee and some subcommittees have been somewhat enhanced, although not entirely, by the city complying with the requirements of the Grand Jury.

A new bulletin board has been installed in the P.O. Box Lobby open from 4:00am – 10:00pm.

Newly installed before October 30, 2016

Newly installed before October 30, 2016

This is an improvement over the city notices being posted on a clipboard in the retail lobby which was only opened from 8:30am – 5:00pm.

The way it was

The way it was

(This leaves a 6 hour daily period where access is unavailable vs. the 15 and half hours previously, at this location)

The Wildomar Library has cleaned out all materials not related to city business from a new bulletin board in the entrance lobby.

The way the Grand Jury saw it

The way the Grand Jury saw it

What they would see today during business hours

What they would see today during business hours

This is not much of an improvement over the previous situation because this building is still inaccessible for 16 hours each weekday, 19 hours on Saturday and all day Sundays.

If you intend on driving over and peaking in the window, good luck

If you intend on driving over and peaking in the window, good luck

For a typical city meeting held on a Wednesday at 6:30pm notice is required to be posted 72 viewable hours prior, or no later than 5:30pm Sunday because Closed Sessions begin at 5:30pm and Public Comments are allowed.

Viewable hours are important enough for the California Attorney General’s Office to have issued a determination
In 78 Ops.Cal.Atty.Gen. 327, 331-332 (1995), this office concluded that the 72-hour notice requirement mandates local agencies to post their notices in locations which are accessible 24 hours a day for the 72 hours prior to the meeting. Accordingly, notices cannot be placed in buildings which are locked for some portion of the 72 hours immediately prior to the meeting.
https://oag.ca.gov/system/files/opinions/pdfs/95-812.pdf?

In this opinion is this section of the “Brown Act”
Section 54954.2, subdivision (a) requires that the posting occur in a location that is “freely accessible” to members of the public. “Accessible” may commonly be defined as “capable of being reached . . . capable of being . . . seen . . . .” (Webster’s Third New Internat. Dict. (1971) p. 11.) “Freely” in this context may reasonably be defined as “without hindrance.” (Id., at p. 906.) Obviously, locked doors would provide a “hindrance” to the agenda being “seen” during the 72-hour period. If an agenda cannot be viewed where it is posted, the purpose of section 54954.2’s posting requirement would be frustrated.
Members of the public cannot be expected to have full opportunity to learn of agenda items of interest if the place where the agenda is posted is inaccessible to them during any portion of the required 72-hour period.
If the building in question is closed during the evening hours, the agenda may be posted on the outside of the building in a lighted display case if necessary.

For the Post Office access is unavailable for only 18 hours total vs the 46 hours previously. A vast improvement.

For the Library access remains pretty much the same as before, the library is closed on Sunday, not opening until noon on Monday which results in the first 18 and one half hours of no access. The library closes at 8:00 pm on Monday until 10:00am on Tuesday or 14 hours of no access. The library closes at 6:00pm on Tuesday until 10:00am on Wednesday or 16 hours of no access. This results in a total time of 23 ½ hours of access. (A shortage of 48 ½ hours)

For the Post Office posting would have to occur no later than 5:30 pm on Saturday

For the Library posting, to allow for 72 hours of accessible time, would have to occur no later than 11:30am the Saturday a week prior to the meeting. (For the City Council meeting that occurred on October 12th the posting would have had to gone up on October 1st.)

Wildomar got Snookered

Residents of wildomar were snookered

snookered” as a slang verb that means to “deceive, cheat, or dupe:

at what was billed as a “Tiny House Village Meeting”

The original concept of what the meeting was to be can be found in the city council minutes of September 14, 2016 Agenda Item 3.1:

TO: Mayor and City Council Members

FROM: Gary Nordquist, City Manager

SUBJECT: Tiny House Village Meeting

RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends that the City Council authorize hosting a Tiny House Village meeting on Thursday September 22, 2016 from 4:30-7:30 pm.

DISCUSSION:

The Mayor has requested that the City Council approve the hosting of a meeting for the community to hear a presentation on the concepts of a Tiny House Village. The meeting is schedule for Thursday September 22, 2016 from 4:30-7:30pm in the Multipurpose room at the City Hall facility.

What occurred at this meeting was nothing short of a lie.

The only reference to “Tiny Houses” can be found in one place at the top of the cover sheet of the handout.

When asked about Tiny Houses by one of the attendees Mr. Roberson, a leader of the evening’s session, state that Tiny Houses was only a small part of the process and the the focus of the evening would be on the Local Framework Approach (LFA) of identifying the problem and coming up with solutions.

snookered

To start with this meeting was attended by 28 individuals, many representing county government, city government, local organizations that work with the homeless, local churches, former homeless individuals and 4 citizens that showed up to hear about Tiny House Villages.

What the late afternoon boiled down to was discussing what hasn’t worked in decades and how maybe to continue to do the same things, only a little differently.

The following PDF (7 MB) is the handout and slide presentation used at the meeting. Look real hard and you will find the tiny reference to Tiny House Villages

workshop-9-22-2016

Full disclosure, I left this meeting at what should have been 1 hour early (Meeting started late apparently waiting for more people to show up). I stated at the city council meeting this was bad time slot as many of us have livestock that need to be tended to before dark.

Wildomar Responds to the Grand Jury, with a rebuttal

On September 16, 2016 the city of wildomar responded to the Grand Jury report of June 21, same.

The original report and the city’s response can be found at:

http://www.countyofriverside.us/Home/GrandJury.aspx

Recommendation 1 :
Develop policy and procedure ensuring the city complies with the “Maddy Act” by
posting all vacancies at the city clerk’s office, the public library and other designated location(s).

Response to Recommendation 1:
The City complies with all requirements of state law by posting notices of
unscheduled vacancies at the City Clerk’s office and the public library. My discussions with the Wildomar Library (aka Mission Trail Library) staff confirm that all documents provided by the City Clerk to the library staff are posted on the interior bulletin board.
Also in the city’s response is this statement:
• The City posts notices of unscheduled vacancies on the City web site.

As to the city’s response that it complies with all requirements of state law, the Grand Jury in its investigation interviewed the City Clerk and the Wildomar Library Branch Manager

Original Findings of the Grand Jury
1. Unscheduled vacancies (boards, commissions, committees) have not been posted at the public library as required by California Government Code Sections 54970-54974 also known as the “Maddy Act.” The vacancy notices have been posted only at the City Clerk’s office.

Photographic evidence shown to the Grand Jury along with records request that could not be filled by the city clerk’s office prove that prior to May of 2016 the Maddy Act List was not posted in the Wildomar Library nor was it available in the city clerk’s office.
The list is currently posted at the library, several times.

When one visits the city of wildomar website, on the city clerk’s page at the bottom under ONLINE FORMS AND INFORMATION

City Clerk Page as of 9-20-2016

City Clerk Page as of 9-20-2016

One finds a Planning Commission Vacancy that was filled at a city council meeting on July 13, 2016 still listed. But, what they won’t find is the Maddy List.

pc-vacancy-16-06-14

Recommendation 2:
The bulletin board currently being used at the Wildomar Public Library be replaced with a secure bulletin board, large enough to display the entire postings.

Response to Recommendation 2:
As this library facility is not controlled by the City but by the County, bulletin board
space for all documents has been limited. The Library staff has graciously shared this space with the City but the best practice would be to install another bulletin board exclusively for City documents.
Recent discussions with the Library staff have resulted in a plan to install a locked
bulletin board inside the library which will be accessible by the Library and City staff with document control/accountability by the City. The plan is to install this bulletin board no later than the end of October 2016.

The city’s response rings hollow as this has been one of three designated locations for the posting of city business since Resolution 08-07 was passed, approved and adopted the 1st day of July 2008. Why designate it if not available.

Installing a new bulletin board inside the library for the posting of city agenda’s also violates the Brown Act as interpreted by the Attorney General’s Office

http://ag.ca.gov/publications/2003_Main_BrownAct.pdf
In 78 Ops.Cal.Atty.Gen. 327, 331-332 (1995), this office concluded that the 72-hour notice requirement mandates local agencies to post their notices in locations which are accessible 24 hours a day for the 72 hours prior to the meeting. Accordingly, notices cannot be placed in buildings which are locked for some portion of the 72 hours immediately prior to the meeting.

Neither the Library or the Post Office is open 24 hours a day

Recommendation 3:
If the U.S. Post Office in Wildomar is continued to be utilized a secure bulletin board of adequate size be used, otherwise, a different location be designated, such as the city website or local fire station

Response to Recommendation 3:
The City will comply with Recommendation number 3 and will install a secure
bulletin board inside the lobby area of the Post Office thereby improving public notice due to the extended hours the lobby is open. As this facility also is not controlled by the City the completion of this installation is scheduled prior to October 31, 2016.

If in fact the Post Office is not controlled by the city then how can a date certain be given without the assurance, in the form of a letter, of the Post Master for this facility be given in the city’s response.

 

Some people will be thinking, who cares if the library or the post office are available for posting the cities business. It is the current law and choice of the city to use these facilities to post the city’s business. Until such time as these laws are amended or the city designates other places for posting the laws need to be followed.

Wildomar About to Set a Precedence

UPDATE 2: Wildomar continues with its standard course of giving out misleading and poorly dispensed information about an event (one attendee, an elected local official and resident of wildomar stated he heard about this workshop the morning of). This meeting had nothing to do with “Tiny House Villages” as promoted and alluded to by our mayor (in the local newspaper “A coalition of leaders and officials will meet Thursday to further develop “tiny house village” concept”). This meeting focused entirely on how to end homelessness. It was attended by 28 individuals of which 4 were concerned citizens with the balance either city officials/employees or working in the homeless arena (employees with the county, salvation army or other aid organizations.

Our mayor also alluded to this being a presentation on the concepts of a Tiny House Village in Agenda Item 3.1 of the city council meeting on September 14, 2016

UPDATE: At Wednesday evenings City Council meeting Council Member Ben Benoit offered to pay the $89.00 rental fee out of his pocket for the use of the cities community room, this settles the matter of taxpayers paying for non-profits use of city facilities from the General Fund, for now.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 6:30 pm in Council Chamber during a City Council meeting item 3.1 Tiny House Village Meeting will be discussed.
This is the proposal that the city host a meeting for the community to hear a presentation on the concepts of a “Tiny House Village” aka a permanent tent city.

This is a Tiny Village in Madison Wisconsin

This is a Tiny Village in Madison Wisconsin

This is the mothership of Tiny Villages in Portland Oregon called Dignity Village

This is the mothership of Tiny Villages in Portland Oregon called Dignity Village

As a part of this agenda item it will be asked that the cost of using the Council Chambers for this meeting be paid for by the taxpayers from the city’s general fund. Although it is only $89 it sets a precedence for what a the last homeless count conducted in May of this year equated to 13 individuals being homeless in the City of Wildomar.

Funny thing is if one goes to a PE article dated July 27, 2016 this meeting is already a done deal.
http://www.pe.com/articles/kiler-809239-homeless-idea.html#article-comments
Julie Kai
Joseph Morabito Just confirmed with Mayor Bridgette Moore. It will be on Thursday, September 22 from 4:30 to 7:00 at Wildomar City Hall. Thank you!
Like · Reply · Jul 30, 2016 2:56pm

WILDOMAR IN NEED OF ANOTHER BELL

Everytime it appears the Measure Z Oversight Advisory Committee is dead it mysteriously comes back to life.

safety_coffin

UPDATE: Checked the city of wildomar’s park web page, a website separate from the cities official page, and low and behold there is a cancellation notice. Thursday nights meeting has been adjourned to September 8, 2016. (Problem being that night is already scheduled for another event, same place same time) guess Measure Z will be rescheduled again.

The most recent death appears to be the August 25, 2016 meeting, which has been on the city calendar for several months. As of this writing, at 9:30 pm August 22, 2016 (less than the requisite 72 hours) there is no agenda posted.
The previous death and revival occurred starting with the May 26, 2016 Regular Scheduled meeting.
This meeting was to originally occur on May 26, 2016 at 6:30 pm.
This date was set back on August 27, 2015, a change from previous years, at the encouragement of staff due to difficulty in generating financial reports on time.

Meeting Change 08-27-15

On May 24, 2016 @ 6:42 pm (47 hours 48 minutes prior), by e-mail blast without explanation, this meeting was adjourned to an Adjourned Regular Meeting on June 30, 2016.

From: City of Wildomar (reply to: info@cityofwildomar.org)
Sender Lookup: 65.61.45.109 – sitecreatorshosting.com
Subject: Wildomar Measure Z Oversight Committee Agenda 05-26-16
Show: raw text Date: Tuesday, 24/05/2016 6:42 PM
1 attachment:05-26-16-mza.pdf 109 KB
The regular meeting of the Measure Z Oversight Committee of May 26, 2016 is adjourned to June 30, 2016.

If you have any questions regarding this email please contact:

Debbie A. Lee
City Clerk
Phone: 951/677-7751 x 215

On May 25, 2016 at 5:00 pm (25 hours 30 minutes prior) this meeting, certified by the city clerk as being posted in three locations, was adjourned to an Adjourned Regular meeting set to occur on June 30, 2016 at 6:30 pm. No explanation was given for adjournment.

Certification 05-25-16

On June 27, 2016 at the required 72 hours prior to the June 30, 2016 meeting no agenda was posted leading one to believe this meeting was not going to occur.
On June 30, 2016 at 5:27 pm (one hour and 3 minutes prior), by e-mail blast, notice was given that the Measure Z Oversight Advisory Committee would meet in a regular meeting on July 7, 2016 at 6:30 pm.

07-07-16 Annointed

Missing in all of this is what happened to the June 30th meeting.

Did it occur?

One would believe it did as from the time the May 26, 2016 adjournment was posted where 3 members are listed as Members Elect with no Chair or Vice Chair listed
and in the posting for the July 7, 2016 meeting refers to as Members Chair, Vice Chair and Members.
None of the three members have been sworn in to their positions, no meeting has occurred since the term of the three expired on February 28, 2016.

Is city staff now anointing its citizenry.