Supreme Court turns back appeal regarding redevelopment in Glendora
There are 12 comments on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from Sep 30, 2010, titled Supreme Court turns back appeal regarding redevelopment in Glendora. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:The California Supreme Court has decided not to hear a case regarding redevelopment in Glendora, essentially killing the city's bid to extend life of one of its redevelopment areas, officials said Thursday.
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#1 Oct 1, 2010
Let's pack up all the Mexican shtiholes and deport them, that'll save Glendora.
#2 Oct 1, 2010
Poster #1 has a real need for a plug to be inserted in their big-fat-mouth, and bolted shut for ever!
#3 Oct 7, 2010
Such a shame Glendora's city council, city manager and city attorney wasted so much time an money of those tax payers of Glendora California and the State of California's.
#4 Oct 8, 2010
The judge found out there were CROOKS operating in Glendora, California - in the 59th district, city hall, city council chambers too!
When will it ever end? When they are booted out of office and off the payroll.
#5 Oct 30, 2011
So much for California redevelopment agency's future and it's transparency:
#6 Dec 29, 2011
California supporters of the laws, including Gov. Jerry Brown, say the money is better used to fund schools and other municipal functions during tight budgetary times.
They cite a state analyst's report that shows the cost of redevelopment growing without any tangible economic benefit to the state.
Instead it has only help line the pockets of a select few in those cities, they control large blocks of money that are only funding "shadow Governments" with NO controls in place to answer tot he people of those cities.
#7 Jan 3, 2012
What Happens Next:
Moving beyond the technical issues, the real question is what happens to redevelopment obligations and assets.
This will be the subject of considerable discussion in upcoming weeks, but here are a few, bright-line rules people should know.
3) Remaining redevelopment assets will be sold.
#8 Jan 3, 2012
The problem is this: elected officials and bureaucrats lack the basic knowledge of economics.
Local, county and state government has no business picking winners and losers in a free market economy.
#9 Aug 6, 2012
Don't be like the Republican HELD city of Glendora, California a waste a $1,000,000.00 dollars of the tax payers just defend your criminal actions of the past and present concerning Redevelopment Monies.
Californians have over the past several decades, seasonally sowed the seeds of despotism at their own doorstep by continually electing crooked Republican's to state level office.
The accumulated wealth of a community, business, or person belongs where it was earned, and to spread that wealth to mend the negative results of the Right Wing agenda flies in the face of Democracy.
Take a good look at those crroked politicans who have been caught and are either now serving time in prision or have been charged with Federal Crimes surrounding RDA monies and gthe problems it brings with it, Greed and RICO activites in the Republican/Tea Party Nation memberships.
#10 Sep 29, 2012
Glendora, California city council member's and city staff in city hall, not to waste $1, million dollars on lawsuits etc. because the mood in sacramento, california wasn't good. They would surely lose in court, and they did time after time, it was like watching a bad movie.
But the Glendora 'Meat Heads' didn't listen and now look at them, begging for money and tapping a tin cup for donations.
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a package of bills that could have let local governments retain some redevelopment money for affordable housing and other economic development projects.
Following the dissolution of California's redevelopment agencies, Saturday September 29, 2012..
#11 Dec 21, 2012
Looks like the 'stupity' gene has infected another city, who invented the 'stupity gene'? Glendora, California of course they lost millions on fighting the state of Ca over Redevelopment Funds etc.
Terry Kent - the plug
City council members will fight a demand from the state rather than pay $56 million in funds that Santa Ana contends it must use for low- and moderate-income housing.
At a special Sant Ana City Council meeting December 21, 2012 Friday, the four council members present voted unanimously to withhold any transfer of the funds to the state.
They also instructed the city attorney to take any legal action needed to protect the city's interests, to pay any legally enforceable obligations it has to developers of affordable housing and to work with the community and other cities in any action against the state.
Stupid little people, just spinning their wheels and wasting time and money on a already LOST court case.
#12 May 18, 2013
Those cities in California who were caught cheating and stealing from the tax payers of the state of California were rewarded by being punished for their misdeeds.
The City of West Covina: On May 1, 2013, the City of West Covina filed a lawsuit in superior court along with other cities who are under the misconception that they are ENTITLED to monies from Redevelopment Loans.
Steve Lambert of the San Gabriel Tribune newspaper was given some BAD information from those cities involved in this lawsuit, more lies and half-truths are being spread.
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