IT CAN’T COME SOON ENOUGH
“The people, in delegating authority, do not give their public servants the right to decide what is good for the people to know and what is not good for them to know. The people insist on remaining informed so that they may retain control over the instruments they have created.” GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54950 “The Ralph M. Brown Act”
Typical Sunshine in Wildomar, everything kept in a fog. This may be the reason for such poor attendance at city events.
On Wednesday March 9, 2016 the wildomar city council accepted from the County of Riverside the Grand Deep for Fire Station #61, the only fire station in the city.
During the “Comments” portion of the Agenda Item it was brought to the attention of the Council that several attachments were missing from the agenda packet. This included:
- Board of Supervisors Report and Resolution
- Preliminary Title Report
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
On Wednesday March 9, 2016 the wildomar city council accepted from the County of Riverside the Grand Deed for Fire Station #61, the only fire station in the city.
It was asked that this item be continued due to this apparent oversight in compiling the agenda packet.
The answer from legal was it does not have to be continued but if you wish to do so you can
The council in their typical “who cares” attitude went ahead and PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED the resolution.
During the council comments session it was decided by council memebers that this subject matter had been discussed Ad nauseam in past council sessions. (good luck finding any mention of it in past council minutes)
It was also elicited that since the “Title Report” was a long and boring report, the public would not be interested. (don’t want that person for “Real Estate Agent”).
The same was said of the “Phase I Environmental Site Assessment” (The officials in Flint, Michigan are probably wishing they had read the Assessments before switching water sources).
One council member proclaimed this city wants every piece of county property located in the city, no matter what it was.
Be careful of what you ask for, this is how we ended up with Regency Heritage Park. AKA “OPEN CHANNEL A” of the Lakeland Village Master Drainage Plan.
The above was taken September 17, 2014 the day after a moderate rainfall. This scenario has been repeated on numerous occasions at one of wildomars 3 parks. (The second largest no less)