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Jim Hall

United States

#62 Nov 5, 2010
A perfect example of the local governments lack of truly helping the business sector as well as the private sector. I see no right, in paying salaries to department heads who are not doing their job. If this means having office personal, shut down early, and grab brooms and shovels to get the job done, so be it. If the budgets don't cover selected employee's to do the task, then, keep the office hours, shorter, and hit the areas that are not being maintained. If the public wants longer hours at their offices, raise the tax base. You can't tell me the city office are so busy 24 7, that they need to stay open as long as they do.

I say this, not in a mean spirit, but pointing out the fact that if your being paid to maintain the parks, then you better find a way to do it, or get someone who can.
Provocateur

San Francisco, CA

#63 Jan 12, 2011
What do you know the Bee couldn't destroy everyting.
Duh

Clearlake, CA

#64 Jan 13, 2011
Jim Hall wrote:
A perfect example of the local governments lack of truly helping the business sector as well as the private sector. I see no right, in paying salaries to department heads who are not doing their job. If this means having office personal, shut down early, and grab brooms and shovels to get the job done, so be it. If the budgets don't cover selected employee's to do the task, then, keep the office hours, shorter, and hit the areas that are not being maintained. If the public wants longer hours at their offices, raise the tax base. You can't tell me the city office are so busy 24 7, that they need to stay open as long as they do.
I say this, not in a mean spirit, but pointing out the fact that if your being paid to maintain the parks, then you better find a way to do it, or get someone who can.
I find it very ironic that those who argued against the business park at the airport are now biyatching about a lack of City services that could have been paid for by the new airport project.

Our sewer fees went up 40%, but the county government just took that money out of our pockets. No benefit to the city. If you think that we are being screwed from all sides, you are correct.

Since: Jul 10

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#65 Jan 17, 2011
The New airport project?
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San Francisco, CA

#66 Jan 18, 2012
You remember pay Lowes millions to come and suck millions out of Lake county. Duh
green party no jobs

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#67 Jan 19, 2012
As long as sierra club folks make decisions for Lake County, no jobs will be created.
Provocateur

San Francisco, CA

#68 Jan 19, 2012
If Liberals Hated America We'd Vote Republican.
lol unemployment up again

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#69 Jan 21, 2012
no investment in jobs, no positive results.
Just greenies finding ways to keep the status quo..........Poor Lake County.

County unemployment up to 17.1 percent
By staff reports
Updated: 01/20/2012 10:33:47 AM PST

California's unemployment rate did not change during the month, staying at 10.9 percent.

http://www.record-bee.com/news/ci_19783777
Provocateur

Oakland, CA

#70 Apr 5, 2012
lol unemployment up again wrote:
no investment in jobs, no positive results.
Just greenies finding ways to keep the status quo..........Poor Lake County.
County unemployment up to 17.1 percent
By staff reports
Updated: 01/20/2012 10:33:47 AM PST
California's unemployment rate did not change during the month, staying at 10.9 percent.
http://www.record-bee.com/news/ci_19783777
Sad, have you tried looking in the Record Bee for a job?
Stuck on stupid

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#71 Apr 6, 2012
You really don't get it, do you?
Thousands out of work in Lake County, and almost zero available jobs.
C'mon, use your math skills.

5,000 out of work in Lake County
- 20 available jobs in Lake County
_______
4,980 jobs needed in Lake County

You greenies don't understand math, heh?

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Oakland, CA

#72 Apr 9, 2012
Stuck on stupid wrote:
You really don't get it, do you?
Thousands out of work in Lake County, and almost zero available jobs.
C'mon, use your math skills.
5,000 out of work in Lake County
- 20 available jobs in Lake County
_______
4,980 jobs needed in Lake County
You greenies don't understand math, heh?
It IS as bad as you think, and they ARE out to get you.
Provocateur

Oakland, CA

#73 Apr 9, 2012
lol unemployment up again wrote:
no investment in jobs, no positive results.
Just greenies finding ways to keep the status quo..........Poor Lake County.
County unemployment up to 17.1 percent
By staff reports
Updated: 01/20/2012 10:33:47 AM PST
California's unemployment rate did not change during the month, staying at 10.9 percent.
http://www.record-bee.com/news/ci_19783777
The last big slash to our economy was closing the dispensaries eliminating millions in tax dollars and jobs. A lot fewer garden supply businesses are open as well. Those damn greenies.

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