What Have You Ever Done For The City of Moreno Valley?

May 26, 2010 Full story: 47

That is a question which seems to be ever popular by those in support of Highland Fairview's Iddo Benzeevi. We have heard this question posed by Iddo Benzeevi, planning Commissioner Michael Geller, as well as councilmember's Molina, Hastings, Batey and now Richard Stewart.

This same question has been directed at any individual who dares step before the Moreno Valley city council, in opposition to any issue which is connected in any way to Highland Fairview or Iddo Benzeevi himself, by other members of the public who routinely speak on behalf of Mr. Benzeevi, such as members of The Mexican Political Association, The Moreno Valley Parents Association, and Delbert (Raul) Wilson, Moreno Valley school board member Victoria Baca, her daughter Elena Santa Cruz, Pete Bleckert, as well as Librada Murillo just to name a few.

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Guest

San Diego, CA

#2 May 26, 2010
Alicia Espinoza wrote:
He has done more than YOU !!!!
Alicia Espinoza what exactly have you done for this city besides being a public nuisance.
TurtleDove

La Quinta, CA

#3 May 26, 2010
At the May 25th meeting - the Moreno Valley citizen that Stewart complained was reading the municipal code at him proved to be way smarter than him. Especially when Stewart went after Flickinger for wanting to make changes to the fee schedule - Stewart barks back at her that they would need to change the code first. Really? Didn't you just approve signs that don't meet the current code? Didn't you point out that the city would just have to change them later? Why is it different Dick when it is Bonnie's idea and not your's?
TurtleDove

La Quinta, CA

#4 May 26, 2010
and it was so disappointing to see Pete Bleckert in support of the stupid "Rancho Belago" signs. I prefer when he is complaining about "pinkie" sidewalks.

“Citizens first.”

Since: Oct 08

Moreno Valley

#5 May 26, 2010
TurtleDove wrote:
and it was so disappointing to see Pete Bleckert in support of the stupid "Rancho Belago" signs. I prefer when he is complaining about "pinkie" sidewalks.
Pete drank the Kool-Aide!

Make Pete God and Iddo the King, and the world would be a happier place.

Since: Apr 10

Moreno valley

#6 May 26, 2010
mvgordie wrote:
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Pete drank the Kool-Aide!
Make Pete God and Iddo the King, and the world would be a happier place.
Your kidding, right?
Dosha

Moreno Valley, CA

#7 May 26, 2010
Right on TurtleDove! Dick is a so self absorbed he just doesn't get it, because he thinks he is always right and for the past 20 years, he has been and continues to be so very wrong!

“Citizens first.”

Since: Oct 08

Moreno Valley

#8 May 26, 2010
Dosha wrote:
Right on TurtleDove! Dick is a so self absorbed he just doesn't get it, because he thinks he is always right and for the past 20 years, he has been and continues to be so very wrong!
Watch the meetings. You will note Richard and Jesse have grown close. Those who once opposed him are now backing off. He is starting to show STRONG favoritism to Iddo Benzeevi, all while attacking Bonnie Flickinger.

All the focus from Iddo's Hispanic insane asylum are now going directly at one person, Bonnie Flickinger. I guess Iddo has made up his mind, and Bonnie is next to go, and Richard somehow earned a stay of execution.

“Citizens first.”

Since: Oct 08

Moreno Valley

#9 May 26, 2010
Wait till I show how afraid he (Richard) is of Iddo's Skechers crew, you know them emails can come back to bite ya.

“Citizens first.”

Since: Oct 08

Moreno Valley

#10 May 26, 2010
Jumpmaster wrote:
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Your kidding, right?
Yep, just a joke on my part. Poor Pete,,,he is like the Rodney Dangerfield of Moreno Valley. Poor man never gets any respect.

But then again he doesn't give much either.

Since: Oct 09

SoCal

#11 May 26, 2010
Maybe I missed the memo. In MoVal you are REQUIRED to do "something" for the City? Hmmm.

I would think being a resident was good enough. Being a home owner AND a tax payer AND a voter... is THAT enough? What about renters? They don't pay property taxes. And if you're an illegal you don't vote. Maybe not voting is a way of doing 'something' for the city.
Visitor

Moreno Valley, CA

#12 May 26, 2010
"Yes this was a great service to our communities in dead,"
Our communities are in dead? What does that mean?
You mean, like mourning?

“Citizens first.”

Since: Oct 08

Moreno Valley

#13 May 26, 2010
Visitor wrote:
"Yes this was a great service to our communities in dead,"
Our communities are in dead? What does that mean?
You mean, like mourning?
What are you talking about?

Since: Oct 09

SoCal

#14 May 26, 2010
Too confusing for me.
Andy99

La Quinta, CA

#15 May 27, 2010
Hate to see Bonnie go as she seems to be the only one interested in the city.
Visitor

Moreno Valley, CA

#16 May 27, 2010
I just didn't understand where the article said this:
"Monies were paid to put out fliers which depicted the City of Moreno Valley as a traffic congested, highly polluted, and crime riddled city, were citizens dared to walk the streets at night. Yes this was a great service to our communities in dead, at all at a cost of close to one million dollars"
The part about"our communities in dead" What do you mean? our communities are dying?
It also seems like it's saying our citizens are brave for "daring"to walk the streets at night. Or do you mean we dared NOT walk at night. It's kind of confusing. Would you clarify?

“Citizens first.”

Since: Oct 08

Moreno Valley

#17 May 27, 2010
Visitor wrote:
I just didn't understand where the article said this:
"Monies were paid to put out fliers which depicted the City of Moreno Valley as a traffic congested, highly polluted, and crime riddled city, were citizens dared to walk the streets at night. Yes this was a great service to our communities in dead, at all at a cost of close to one million dollars"
The part about"our communities in dead" What do you mean? our communities are dying?
It also seems like it's saying our citizens are brave for "daring"to walk the streets at night. Or do you mean we dared NOT walk at night. It's kind of confusing. Would you clarify?
Thank you for the spell check, and noticing the errors for me.
If you find any more please let me know.

I'm sorry however if you were unable to find your way through a very few typos, in order to understand this article. It seems most people did however, and that's what truly matters here.

No one here is a pro at this, but we do our best. Thanks to people like you however we can improve our skills.

“Citizens first.”

Since: Oct 08

Moreno Valley

#18 May 27, 2010
Visitor wrote:
I just didn't understand where the article said this:
"Monies were paid to put out fliers which depicted the City of Moreno Valley as a traffic congested, highly polluted, and crime riddled city, were citizens dared to walk the streets at night. Yes this was a great service to our communities in dead, at all at a cost of close to one million dollars"
The part about"our communities in dead" What do you mean? our communities are dying?
It also seems like it's saying our citizens are brave for "daring"to walk the streets at night. Or do you mean we dared NOT walk at night. It's kind of confusing. Would you clarify?
Thank you for the spell check, and noticing the errors for me.
If you find any more please let me know.

I'm sorry however if you were unable to find your way through a very few typos, in order to understand this article. It seems most people did however, and that's what truly matters here.

No one here is a pro at this, but we do our best. Thanks to people like you however we can improve our skills.

However I doubt that was your intention.

“Citizens first.”

Since: Oct 08

Moreno Valley

#19 May 27, 2010
Visitor wrote:
I just didn't understand where the article said this:
"Monies were paid to put out fliers which depicted the City of Moreno Valley as a traffic congested, highly polluted, and crime riddled city, were citizens dared to walk the streets at night. Yes this was a great service to our communities in dead, at all at a cost of close to one million dollars"
The part about"our communities in dead" What do you mean? our communities are dying?
It also seems like it's saying our citizens are brave for "daring"to walk the streets at night. Or do you mean we dared NOT walk at night. It's kind of confusing. Would you clarify?
Thank you for the spell check, and noticing the errors for me.
If you find any more please let me know.

I'm sorry however if you were unable to find your way through a very few typos, in order to understand this article. It seems most people did however, and that's what truly matters here.

No one here is a pro at this, but we do our best. Thanks to people like you however we can improve our skills.

I doubt however that was your intent.

“Citizens first.”

Since: Oct 08

Moreno Valley

#20 May 27, 2010
Visitor,

"It also seems like it's saying our citizens are brave for "daring"to walk the streets at night. Or do you mean we dared NOT walk at night. It's kind of confusing. Would you clarify?"

It would seem that both are equally the same, so no clarification should be needed.

I might point out however that a space should be used after the second quotation mark after the word "daring."

"The part about"our communities in dead" What do you mean? our communities are dying?"

Again a space between the word "about" and the quotation mark "our," should have been used.

Also you may wish to start a new sentence with a capital letter, as opposed to a lowercase one, as you did here after the question mark following the word "mean."

This also brings into question why the use of capitalization of the word "what," following your statement; "The part about"our communities in dead"

It appears that the sentence didn't end at that point. No period was used, nor any other form of symbol which would have called for the use of the capitalization of what.

As you can see, it is quite easy to nitpick away at anything.
Visitor

Moreno Valley, CA

#21 May 27, 2010
But it took you 4 posts to point that out?

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