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Anonymous

Vallejo, CA

#1 Oct 22, 2012
Vote for Intintoli
http://www.timesheraldonline.com/letters/ci_2...

This year's election presents us with the pleasant dilemma of having to choose between two very qualified candidates representing the Vallejo district for Solano County Supervisor. Although Erin Hannigan has done a commendable job on the Vallejo City Council, I must encourage a vote for Tony Intintoli.

Tony's years of experience developing relationships among leaders at the regional, state and federal level, along with his prior work advocating for Vallejo with those individuals and government entities, places him in a unique position to represent Vallejo and Solano County as we move forward in recovering from devastating economic times.

Robert L. Linville, DVM
Vallejo
Can Of Worms

Vallejo, CA

#2 Oct 22, 2012
How about the results Bob, got any spin on positive results based on his experience? I think most voters will want to know what kind of experience Vallejo went through under Intintoli, need more details please.
hate them all

Vallejo, CA

#3 Oct 22, 2012
he is in no unique position, he is in the very same position many other career public officials have been in, he wants the job to qualify for a huge pension spike based on high three. but the greatest example of his ability to lead is the condition of present day vallejo. we did not get this way since erin hannigan voted for the police contract and it is a damn good thing the voters supported the tax increase erin supported or we would be in a world of hurt. he did sign up to unsustainable contracts, "at a different time", so let's just forgive because everybody makes mistakes?
Dickie the enraged -t-urd

Concord, CA

#4 Oct 22, 2012
Great letter Robert, As I recall you were the only Veterinarian in town that helped the homeless lady's dog that was injured by another dog.
East Vallejo Native

San Francisco, CA

#5 Oct 22, 2012
Dickie the enraged -t-urd wrote:
Great letter Robert, As I recall you were the only Veterinarian in town that helped the homeless lady's dog that was injured by another dog.
How many were asked? Isn't Dr Linville associated with Animal Control / Humane Society as their primary referral Vet?

JD - You continue to avoid answering my question:

WHY DOES TONY WANT TO BE SUPERVISOR?

He failed to answer that with anything of substance at the Candidates forum.

"He wants to serve the public" -- Find a politician that doesn't.

"His work isn't done" -- Does he want to take all of Solano County down like he did Vallejo?

It's a simple question.

Unfortunately, you know that the real answer is all about pay and pensions. Ironic, isn't it? Tony, the Mayor who approved the pension change to drive us into bankruptcy now wants to make the county and the city quadruple his PERS retirement.
Dickie the enraged -t-urd

Concord, CA

#6 Oct 22, 2012
East Vallejo Native wrote:
<quoted text>
How many were asked? Isn't Dr Linville associated with Animal Control / Humane Society as their primary referral Vet?
JD - You continue to avoid answering my question:
WHY DOES TONY WANT TO BE SUPERVISOR?
He failed to answer that with anything of substance at the Candidates forum.
"He wants to serve the public" -- Find a politician that doesn't.
"His work isn't done" -- Does he want to take all of Solano County down like he did Vallejo?
It's a simple question.
Unfortunately, you know that the real answer is all about pay and pensions. Ironic, isn't it? Tony, the Mayor who approved the pension change to drive us into bankruptcy now wants to make the county and the city quadruple his PERS retirement.
In case you forgot there was a newspaper article indicating that she asked many other vets and got no help. As for why would Tony want to be supervisor? Who could know that? I know that you and your ilk have been throwing around your conspiracy theories, but in truth you do not know. Why have you continued to avoid my question from three weeks ago?

What has Hannigan done to deserve being voted into the County Supes? Tax hikes and raises during bankruptcy aren't a stellar record to be proud of.

LOL!

(t)urd enragement!

(t)urd enragement!
Anonymous

Benicia, CA

#7 Oct 22, 2012
"I have no idea what is in this proposal since I haven't had time to read it"

"I vote yes"

Erin "Notagain" Hannigan
East Vallejo Native

San Francisco, CA

#8 Oct 22, 2012
Dickie the enraged -t-urd wrote:
<quoted text> As for why would Tony want to be supervisor? Who could know that? I know that you and your ilk have been throwing around your conspiracy theories, but in truth you do not know.
You're the one supporting him. Aren't you his treasurer? It's been suggested by numerous people that this username and "Silas" are JD Miller.

I do know, for a fact that:

#1 Tony is now raising and financially supporting his grandchildren.

#2 He will increase his pension by a factor of 4 ($17K to $68K) as a result of his BOS term.

#3 I heard Barbara say, point blank, that she would support "ABE" - Anyone but Erin, including Tony.

So, since you can't say why he is running, and can't find that information from any of Tony's campaign information or public discussion, I have to ask why you are supporting Tony? Are you also an "ABE"?
Dickie the enraged -t-urd

Concord, CA

#9 Oct 22, 2012
East Vallejo Native wrote:
<quoted text>
You're the one supporting him. Aren't you his treasurer? It's been suggested by numerous people that this username and "Silas" are JD Miller.
I do know, for a fact that:
#1 Tony is now raising and financially supporting his grandchildren.
#2 He will increase his pension by a factor of 4 ($17K to $68K) as a result of his BOS term.
#3 I heard Barbara say, point blank, that she would support "ABE" - Anyone but Erin, including Tony.
So, since you can't say why he is running, and can't find that information from any of Tony's campaign information or public discussion, I have to ask why you are supporting Tony? Are you also an "ABE"?
None of which supports your claim to know why Tony is running, only Tony knows for sure why he is running. I was impressed with Tony's wisdom when he defied political pressure from unions and killed the dangerous LNG proposal.
hate them all

Vallejo, CA

#10 Oct 22, 2012
East Vallejo Native wrote:
<quoted text>
You're the one supporting him. Aren't you his treasurer? It's been suggested by numerous people that this username and "Silas" are JD Miller.
I do know, for a fact that:
#1 Tony is now raising and financially supporting his grandchildren.
#2 He will increase his pension by a factor of 4 ($17K to $68K) as a result of his BOS term.
#3 I heard Barbara say, point blank, that she would support "ABE" - Anyone but Erin, including Tony.
So, since you can't say why he is running, and can't find that information from any of Tony's campaign information or public discussion, I have to ask why you are supporting Tony? Are you also an "ABE"?
yes, both are jd miller, from home and from his office, intintoli's campaign treasurer.
hate them all

Vallejo, CA

#11 Oct 22, 2012
Dickie the enraged -t-urd wrote:
<quoted text>None of which supports your claim to know why Tony is running, only Tony knows for sure why he is running. I was impressed with Tony's wisdom when he defied political pressure from unions and killed the dangerous LNG proposal.
now there you go again, dropping reference to the power plant at mare island that is desperately needed and tony did nothing to save it or anything else to improve the power supply on mare island on his watch. in the abbreviated presentation the e.d. director was giving a few meetings ago, she addressed the lack of power as an obstacle to more robust mare island development. your candidate was in a position to take the lead on this and chose to play yankee doodle on his accordion.
Dickie the enraged -t-urd

Concord, CA

#12 Oct 22, 2012
hate them all wrote:
<quoted text>now there you go again, dropping reference to the power plant at mare island that is desperately needed and tony did nothing to save it or anything else to improve the power supply on mare island on his watch. in the abbreviated presentation the e.d. director was giving a few meetings ago, she addressed the lack of power as an obstacle to more robust mare island development. your candidate was in a position to take the lead on this and chose to play yankee doodle on his accordion.
Yes Tony is someone that took the lead in the health and welfare of the entire community, not just the unions and other special interests that only wanted the revenue. He made a tough call, I supported his decision then and I support him with my recommendation now.

LOL!

(t)urd enragement!
hate them all

Vallejo, CA

#13 Oct 22, 2012
Dickie the enraged -t-urd wrote:
<quoted text>Yes Tony is someone that took the lead in the health and welfare of the entire community, not just the unions and other special interests that only wanted the revenue. He made a tough call, I supported his decision then and I support him with my recommendation now.
LOL!
(t)urd enragement!
how will others know who you are if he does not display his endorsers on his web page? that is odd by any standard. all the other candidates this election season are proud to list their supporters, why no such transparency from your candidate? i checked around the state and tony intintoli appears to be the only one who does not list his supporters? could it be because there are too many vib rats on it?
Dickie the enraged -t-urd

Concord, CA

#14 Oct 22, 2012
hate them all wrote:
<quoted text>how will others know who you are if he does not display his endorsers on his web page? that is odd by any standard. all the other candidates this election season are proud to list their supporters, why no such transparency from your candidate? i checked around the state and tony intintoli appears to be the only one who does not list his supporters? could it be because there are too many vib rats on it?
You act like you have clairvoyance on the one hand and say I am Mr. J.D. Miller, if you are so confident in your clairvoyance you don't need Tony to put his supporters on his website.

(t)urd enragement!
East Vallejo Native

San Francisco, CA

#15 Oct 22, 2012
Dickie the enraged -t-urd wrote:
<quoted text>None of which supports your claim to know why Tony is running, only Tony knows for sure why he is running. I was impressed with Tony's wisdom when he defied political pressure from unions and killed the dangerous LNG proposal.
Why is the truth behind his reasoning for running for BOS a secret???

Ask other candidates for any other office on the Vallejo ballot this year, and they will give you reasons why, including items that they want to address.

Saying that he wants to deal with "the tough issues" that he has a "passion to serve" and that he wants to use his "years of service" mean nothing.

As for LNG? Every business has some sort of risk involved. The fear of some catastrophe happening to all of that LNG stored on Mare Island is what stopped it from happening. Tony and the rest of the anti-LNG group discounted the safeguard measures that would be in place. They used the fear of 9/11 as the justification for turning it down.

You all seem to forget that when the Shipyard was operational, there were at least 8 Nuclear Submarines in drydock or on the seawall that would have done much more damage both immediately and long term had any of them blown.

Your vallejocpr.org page cites all of these other safer industries and jobs that are possible. It says that Mare Island can be a place for businesses to flourish and provide safe, living wage jobs.

So, where are those jobs and businesses?
dickies an engorged turd

United States

#16 Oct 22, 2012
Dickie tinkled:

" only Tony knows for sure why he is running."

Wrong. I now that Tony is running ONLY because oft eh money.

He stated that specifically to someone I know and they related it to others including myself.
Dickie the enraged -t-urd

Concord, CA

#17 Oct 23, 2012
East Vallejo Native wrote:
<quoted text>
Why is the truth behind his reasoning for running for BOS a secret???
Ask other candidates for any other office on the Vallejo ballot this year, and they will give you reasons why, including items that they want to address.
Saying that he wants to deal with "the tough issues" that he has a "passion to serve" and that he wants to use his "years of service" mean nothing.
As for LNG? Every business has some sort of risk involved. The fear of some catastrophe happening to all of that LNG stored on Mare Island is what stopped it from happening. Tony and the rest of the anti-LNG group discounted the safeguard measures that would be in place. They used the fear of 9/11 as the justification for turning it down.
You all seem to forget that when the Shipyard was operational, there were at least 8 Nuclear Submarines in drydock or on the seawall that would have done much more damage both immediately and long term had any of them blown.
Your vallejocpr.org page cites all of these other safer industries and jobs that are possible. It says that Mare Island can be a place for businesses to flourish and provide safe, living wage jobs.
So, where are those jobs and businesses?
That webpage is ten years old, and in those ten years Erin Hannigan has enjoyed a council majority for nearly half that time. You keep talking about transparency where Erin takes credit for bringing business to Vallejo and yet done nothing for Mare Island. So once again there is no refutable reason you have provided as to why Erin Hannigan deserves to be on the County Supervisors.

LOL!

(t)urd enragement!
hate them all

Vallejo, CA

#18 Oct 23, 2012
East Vallejo Native wrote:
<quoted text>
Why is the truth behind his reasoning for running for BOS a secret???
Ask other candidates for any other office on the Vallejo ballot this year, and they will give you reasons why, including items that they want to address.
Saying that he wants to deal with "the tough issues" that he has a "passion to serve" and that he wants to use his "years of service" mean nothing.
As for LNG? Every business has some sort of risk involved. The fear of some catastrophe happening to all of that LNG stored on Mare Island is what stopped it from happening. Tony and the rest of the anti-LNG group discounted the safeguard measures that would be in place. They used the fear of 9/11 as the justification for turning it down.
You all seem to forget that when the Shipyard was operational, there were at least 8 Nuclear Submarines in drydock or on the seawall that would have done much more damage both immediately and long term had any of them blown.
Your vallejocpr.org page cites all of these other safer industries and jobs that are possible. It says that Mare Island can be a place for businesses to flourish and provide safe, living wage jobs.
So, where are those jobs and businesses?
maybe there is reluctance to set up shop on mare island because the power is sub-par and performs erratically according to mare island resident "major tom".
anthony intintoli was in a position of leadership to address mare island power needs but after the lng and power plant went away, he went back to playing his accordion and being a good guy.
anon

Benicia, CA

#19 Oct 23, 2012
Dickie the enraged -t-urd wrote:
<quoted text>Erin Hannigan has enjoyed a council majority for nearly half that time. You keep talking about transparency where Erin takes credit for bringing business to Vallejo and yet done nothing for Mare Island.
LOL!
(t)urd enragement!
So by your logic more than half that time she as in a council minority. Where was Tonyin that time? Minority or majority? How many years has he served?
Dickie the enraged -t-urd

Concord, CA

#20 Oct 23, 2012
anon wrote:
<quoted text>
So by your logic more than half that time she as in a council minority. Where was Tonyin that time? Minority or majority? How many years has he served?
LOL!
Hannigan has only been on the council for five years....not 10... so what has she and her majority done for MI in her four years as a council majority?

LOL!

(t)Urd enragement!

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