#22 Aug 31, 2012
There are 55 million registered republicans and approximately 72 million democrats.
Most of the 55 million republicans come from deep southern states.
The vast majority of these voters are over 55, so when the baby boomers die off, so will the republican / Tea Party Nation party.
They are doing a horrible job bringing those 35 and younger into the fold, and if something doesn't change fast, they're toast.
Since the Republican / Tea Party Nation members are so busy humping the hired help these days.
No wonder they can't get their facts straight.
#23 Sep 7, 2012
Yes in deed the entire Glendora, California city council appears to be made up of professional and accomplished 'fraudster' whose deception continues to this day.
Lets hope with the fall of a few of them in a up coming lawsuit and Nick Conways (of SGVCOG) demise it will come to an end.
#24 Sep 10, 2012
With high hopes that this too will happen tot he city cuncil member's of Glendora, California. Years of backroom dealings could take their toll on Glendora as they appear to have in NJ.
F.B.I.- Federal authorities arrested Trenton, N.J., Mayor Tony Mack and more than half a dozen other people early September 10, 2012 Monday in connection with an ongoing corruption probe.
Mack faces federal charges including conspiracy to obstruct commerce by extortion. Joseph "JoJo" Giorgianni, a top campaign contributor, and six others were also taken into custody.
#25 Sep 17, 2012
Has the Glendora, California city council, city staff or GPD ever helped child molesters cover their tracks.
#26 Sep 29, 2012
This is what the crooked politicians would do in Glendora, California or do they do it already? And for how long, lets ask Douglas Tessitor and Culver Heaton Jr. they worked late into the night and weekends during local election time during the mail in ballots were being stored in city hall before they were counted.
Election officials in six Florida counties are investigating what appears to be "hundreds” of cases of suspected voter fraud by a GOP consulting firm that has been paid nearly $3 million by the Republican National Committee to register Republican voters in five key battleground states.
#27 Oct 3, 2012
Glendora city council member's are nothing but judas, to string the residents along for worthless project this city does not need.
RHNAgarbage being forced upon us by RPOs like SCAG.
That would be Regional Housing Needs Assessment, Regional Planning Organizations and Southern California Association of Governments
#28 Oct 7, 2012
New York citys air is a bizarre brew of bacteria, pollen, clothing fiber, fungus, tire rubber, dead skin cells, cooking fat and carbon emissions.
The truth of exactly what New Yorkers breathe comes courtesy of air expert Bill Logan.
#29 Oct 11, 2012
Do you know the difference between the Mafia and Glendora, California local government?
The Mafia is organized.
Go for it:
D. Wayne Leech
#30 Oct 27, 2012
I think there is a direct corollary between bad city Mayors and council members for problems at public comment.
ReCalls and or investigations with Poly_graph machines would solve all the problems.
#31 Oct 31, 2012
SOUTH PASADENA - The city's finance director is under investigation for alleged "boisterous and vulgar outbreaks," according to a labor negotiator.
An outside investigator began to look into multiple complaints against Finance Director Josh Betta this week. The investigation was first disclosed by Jim Luttrell, a labor representative for the South Pasadena Public Service Employees' Union.
"The issue is a hostile work environment," Luttrell said in an interview. "When he goes on one of these tirades, it's heard throughout the whole building."
Betta declined to comment. City Manager Mike Copp and Assistant City Manager Marc Castagnola confirmed that the investigation is under way, but declined to get into specifics.
"We are in the very early phases," Castagnola said. "As usual, any investigation we do is totally confidential."
It is the second investigation at City Hall in as many months. An outside investigator was hired for $10,000 in February to pursue an allegation that Councilman David Margrave had created a hostile work environment within the city's planning department.
Margrave apologized to the department on March 15, and promised that he would deal only with the city manager in the future.
Luttrell revealed the existence of the second investigation on the same day.
The council was considering whether to approve a $10,000 raise for Betta. Several city firefighters said at the meeting that they had been told there was no discretionary money for fire department raises. They argued that approving the raise for Betta would be unfair.
Luttrell, who represents non-safety workers, made a similar argument and then added that Betta should not be given a raise because he is under investigation.
The council approved the pay raise, noting it was necessary to match market-level salaries.
In a follow-up interview, Luttrell said that there were at least two complaints from city employees against Betta. He expected more employees would be interviewed by the investigator.
"There was a closed-door argument with the city manager," Luttrell said. "It got so loud, that it brought people out from offices in the immediate area. He was yelling and screaming profanities."
Castagnola said it was too early to say when the investigation would be completed.
#32 Nov 1, 2012
Anyone know what grade Mark Smith got in English? Truly his parents must be ashamed every time he speaks or writes. Were they drunk his entire growing years or in jail?
#36 Nov 1, 2012
One of those Breaking Bad people was Glendora Councilwoman Judy Nelson, who wanted to take away food from needy children in the community of Glendora, California.
Another one was a Debbie Neal who didn't have the guts to say what city she came from.
What kind of cold hearted or shriviled up person would want to do this in the first place. Or could it be it's the race or color of their skin is the problem with Judy Nelson's backwards thinking?
How many more on the Glendora, California - city council think the way she does?
#37 Nov 1, 2012
Answer the question, drunk or in jail?
#38 Nov 2, 2012
Every day is Ground Hog day in Glendora, California.
It's city council likes to keep out of sight and way below ground level.
#39 Nov 2, 2012
And Glendora, California is so much better off since you voted for Tessitor and his gang of thugs?
But if you ask Douglas Tessitor he is still a giant in his own mind. But it was a backroom effort RICO activity among other politicans and developers and bankers etc. and cities..
Look around, a big building here, a big building there, nothing has changed for those business people on Glendora Avenue.
What's going on with the antique lighting districts, traffic has gotten worse and worse, our mountains are littered with more and more homes.
Douglas Tessitor misses so many city council meetings it's pathetic. Clifford and Herman ran for cover, why doesn't Tessitor get the message?
You seriously can't call Glendora the Pride of The Foothills anymore.
#40 Nov 8, 2012
Go here to see some cry babbies located in Republican country, Glendora, California.
This Republican controlled city has brought city services to it's knees, because the city manager and city council can't see the forest from the tree.
Meaning they are ignorant and there waiting with hands held out for the Feds or the State to save them from their own financial stupity.
D. Wayne Leech
#41 Dec 28, 2012
The development faction of the Glendora City Council depends on an endless series of tautologies to peddle their viewpoints.
#42 Jan 15, 2013
Today, January 15, 2013 jury selection is being undertaken for the 6 crooks from the city of Bell, California.
Trial of 6 Bell council members begins with jury selection.
Remember Josh Betta? he left the employement of Glendora, California is a real hurry, might be that 4 ladies had complaints against him?
But he is in a great position to leak information out to his cronie buddies and mostlikely to protec the 6 crooks on trial.
#43 Jan 18, 2013
The following story has all the ear marks of how and why Glendora, California city manager and city council members decide to to fire.
Lee posted his remarks in a comment thread on the Salt Lake Tribune's website, on their story about the Utah smoothie bar that charges liberals $1 more.
When he was contacted by the Tribune he confirmed the story, and told the paper that he chose which employees to fire partly based on their political beliefs.
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