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Supervisor Kondylis Parting Gift for Vallejo

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Samuel Kurshan

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#1 Nov 9, 2012
Supervisor Kondylis Parting Gift for Vallejo is a parolee dump. This is how she justifies it.

Good riddance Bab's:

Dear Friends,
I am sending this “form” letter to you because I have received so many e-mails concerning the Day
Reporting Center that to answer individually is prohibitive. I first want to apologize for the lack of
communication regarding the DRC. We dropped the ball and are now trying to rectify it.
The meeting location for next Wednesday has been changed. It will now be held at McCormack Hall at
the fairgrounds at 7:00 P.M.. When I made the arrangements for using the Bay Terrace Theater I did not
know that is was not ADA compliant and it is required that all government meetings be held at places
that are accessible to all. Some of you want to know why it wasn’t held closer to downtown and the
answer to that is that City Hall is booked as well as the Library. Some of you don’t think a theater
arrangement is conducive to such a meeting so using McCormack Hall is the alternative. Also,
McCormack has plenty of parking and lots of security.
Many of you are concerned that Vallejo is a “dumping ground” for parolees. This just isn’t true. The
primary reason that parolees are in Vallejo is that this is where their families and friends live. Also, we
must acknowledge that the large supply of affordable housing makes Vallejo an attractive landing site as
the others cities in Solano have higher rental costs and less availability. No one can dictate to a parolee
what city they have to live in.
The parolees that will be using the Day Reporting Center will be carefully screened and assessed. They
will not have been convicted of a violent crime, nor will they be sex offenders. The goal is to stop the
“revolving door” of jail-prison-community and instead provide a path to self-sufficiency and
responsibility through the programs that will be offered at the DRC. These include such things as anger
management, drug and alcohol addiction, getting a GED, mental health services, and job
training/employment. DRCs in other communities have proved to be very successful in reducing
recidivism and that is our expectation.
Solano County has just broken ground on a new 70+million dollar jail. The cost of running this new jail is
substantial. The Claybank jail is slated to become the Day Reporting Center for Fairfield after the new jail
is up and running. We can choose to do things the same old way and keep building and staffing jails or
we can try new approaches that are more cost effective as will have better results as well as maximizing
public safety.
I am hoping that by the end of next Wednesday’s meeting that you will see that this is a great
opportunity for Vallejo.
Sincerely,
Barbara
Samuel Kurshan

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#2 Nov 9, 2012
Is this woman out of her mind?

Vallejo already is a dumping ground for parolees, and probationers. Additionally, Vallejo has more registered sex offenders than any other city in California.

What were you thinking Kondylis?
Anonymous

Vallejo, CA

#3 Nov 9, 2012
"When I made the arrangements for using the Bay Terrace Theater I did not know that is was not ADA compliant and it is required that all government meetings be held at places that are accessible to all."

Wow. So the Mira Theater isn't up to Federal ADA accessibility standards. And this is the theater promoted by the VIBers for various events. Sounds like an ADA lawsuit is in order.
Kiss my rosey red

Vallejo, CA

#4 Nov 9, 2012
Anonymous wrote:
"When I made the arrangements for using the Bay Terrace Theater I did not know that is was not ADA compliant and it is required that all government meetings be held at places that are accessible to all."
Wow. So the Mira Theater isn't up to Federal ADA accessibility standards. And this is the theater promoted by the VIBers for various events. Sounds like an ADA lawsuit is in order.
Sam
You are a piece of shidt that unfortunately we have to deal with. In light of your upcoming discussions with the DA about perjury I would suggest you familarise yourself with the proposed Parolee Center.
Samuel Kurshan

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#5 Nov 9, 2012
wish I coud take credit for that but it wasn't me.
I don't need to hide, I created the thread.

Concerning the perjury allegation, the DA was contacted and there is no investigation and won't be one. Just a complaint from sore losers.

You have my permission to go back to pouting about Erin's election!

You could use a remedial spelling class, too!

Bwa ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!
balls

Vallejo, CA

#8 Nov 10, 2012
After an interview with the DA hopefully it will be good riddance to kurshan.
we are all Sam

Brisbane, CA

#9 Nov 10, 2012
B i t c h ran out of aliases so she stole balls because she got up angry after not having any in years. The stolen balls is a close as she'll ever get.

Bye Babs, bye Tony. Good riddance to the both of you!

FOTFLMAOA!
we are all sam

Vallejo, CA

#10 Nov 10, 2012
you mean that we are all the voices in sam's head.
Spamtard Lives

South San Francisco, CA

#11 Nov 10, 2012
Samuel Kurshan wrote:
Is this woman out of her mind?
Vallejo already is a dumping ground for parolees, and probationers. Additionally, Vallejo has more registered sex offenders than any other city in California.
What were you thinking Kondylis?
Hey sam- weren't you on probation in this town? weren't you arested for molesting a minor in new jersey? oh by the way fatso since i have you here- WHY ARE YOU ON WELFARE SAM KURSHAN?

annswer the question or you are a coward and a fraud
we are all sam

Vallejo, CA

#12 Nov 10, 2012
one of us was on probation for something but sam forbid us to talk about it.
Samuel Kurshan

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#13 Nov 10, 2012
You rang?

Probation yes. So what?

Never arrested in New Jersey as you have repeatedly stated.

Never choked a woman as you repeatedly insist.

Not on welfare as you continually crow.

Coward? Fraud? not even close. That's you and where has it gotten you? Nowhere.

There is nothing, made up or real that you can post about me that means a thing.

Please keep trying with your best shot though!

FOTFLMAO!
Spamtard Lives

South San Francisco, CA

#14 Nov 10, 2012
You claim you are not on welfare. Where does your income come from sam? who is your employer or what business do you own? it takes a lot of money to keep a neck like yours so large.

if you don't answer this you are lying about being on welfare (govt disability is considered welfare fatso)
Samuel Kurshan

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#15 Nov 10, 2012
Supervisor Kondylis Parting Gift for Vallejo is a parolee dump. This is how she justifies it.

Good riddance Bab's:

Dear Friends,
I am sending this “form” letter to you because I have received so many e-mails concerning the Day
Reporting Center that to answer individually is prohibitive. I first want to apologize for the lack of
communication regarding the DRC. We dropped the ball and are now trying to rectify it.
The meeting location for next Wednesday has been changed. It will now be held at McCormack Hall at
the fairgrounds at 7:00 P.M.. When I made the arrangements for using the Bay Terrace Theater I did not
know that is was not ADA compliant and it is required that all government meetings be held at places
that are accessible to all. Some of you want to know why it wasn’t held closer to downtown and the
answer to that is that City Hall is booked as well as the Library. Some of you don’t think a theater
arrangement is conducive to such a meeting so using McCormack Hall is the alternative. Also,
McCormack has plenty of parking and lots of security.
Many of you are concerned that Vallejo is a “dumping ground” for parolees. This just isn’t true. The
primary reason that parolees are in Vallejo is that this is where their families and friends live. Also, we
must acknowledge that the large supply of affordable housing makes Vallejo an attractive landing site as
the others cities in Solano have higher rental costs and less availability. No one can dictate to a parolee
what city they have to live in.
The parolees that will be using the Day Reporting Center will be carefully screened and assessed. They
will not have been convicted of a violent crime, nor will they be sex offenders. The goal is to stop the
“revolving door” of jail-prison-community and instead provide a path to self-sufficiency and
responsibility through the programs that will be offered at the DRC. These include such things as anger
management, drug and alcohol addiction, getting a GED, mental health services, and job
training/employment. DRCs in other communities have proved to be very successful in reducing
recidivism and that is our expectation.
Solano County has just broken ground on a new 70+million dollar jail. The cost of running this new jail is
substantial. The Claybank jail is slated to become the Day Reporting Center for Fairfield after the new jail
is up and running. We can choose to do things the same old way and keep building and staffing jails or
we can try new approaches that are more cost effective as will have better results as well as maximizing
public safety.
I am hoping that by the end of next Wednesday’s meeting that you will see that this is a great
opportunity for Vallejo.
Sincerely,
Barbara

Is this woman out of her mind?

Vallejo already is a dumping ground for parolees, and probationers. Additionally, Vallejo has more registered sex offenders than any other city in California.

What were you thinking Kondylis?
we are all sam

Vallejo, CA

#16 Nov 10, 2012
sam told us that erin is going to appoint all of us to an important position with the county. erin doesn't care how vile we are. she says that vallejo deserves people like us. she will be moving to fairfield soon and won't care about what we do.
Gringo Tonto

Vallejo, CA

#18 Nov 10, 2012
She said "No one can dictate to a parolee what city they have to live in." So why are they all going to Vallejo?

Also how can she treat this as a great opportunity when it just makes the city more of a hub for drugs and criminal activity?

I want to hear her statement regarding the attraction this facility will serve for tourism in Vallejo, I doubt very much that it is the welfare of our city that prompted her to send this message.
wendy

San Francisco, CA

#21 Nov 10, 2012
Spamloaf should support this program as it will provide him with services = welfare when he gets out on parole after he serves his sentence for perjury and fraud .
Samuel Kurshan

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#22 Nov 11, 2012
Supervisor Kondylis Parting Gift for Vallejo is a parolee dump. This is how she justifies it.

Good riddance Bab's:

Dear Friends,
I am sending this “form” letter to you because I have received so many e-mails concerning the Day
Reporting Center that to answer individually is prohibitive. I first want to apologize for the lack of communication regarding the DRC. We dropped the ball and are now trying to rectify it.
The meeting location for next Wednesday has been changed. It will now be held at McCormack Hall at
the fairgrounds at 7:00 P.M.. When I made the arrangements for using the Bay Terrace Theater I did not know that is was not ADA compliant and it is required that all government meetings be held at places that are accessible to all. Some of you want to know why it wasn’t held closer to downtown and the answer to that is that City Hall is booked as well as the Library. Some of you don’t think a theater arrangement is conducive to such a meeting so using McCormack Hall is the alternative. Also,
McCormack has plenty of parking and lots of security. Many of you are concerned that Vallejo is a “dumping ground” for parolees. This just isn’t true. The primary reason that parolees are in Vallejo is that this is where their families and friends live. Also, we must acknowledge that the large supply of affordable housing makes Vallejo an attractive landing site as the others cities in Solano have higher rental costs and less availability. No one can dictate to a parolee
what city they have to live in. The parolees that will be using the Day Reporting Center will be carefully screened and assessed. They will not have been convicted of a violent crime, nor will they be sex offenders. The goal is to stop the “revolving door” of jail-prison-community and instead provide a path to self-sufficiency and responsibility through the programs that will be offered at the DRC. These include such things as anger management, drug and alcohol addiction, getting a GED, mental health services, and job training/employment. DRCs in other communities have proved to be very successful in reducing recidivism and that is our expectation. Solano County has just broken ground on a new 70+million dollar jail. The cost of running this new jail is substantial. The Claybank jail is slated to become the Day Reporting Center for Fairfield after the new jail is up and running. We can choose to do things the same old way and keep building and staffing jails or we can try new approaches that are more cost effective as will have better results as well as maximizing public safety. I am hoping that by the end of next Wednesday’s meeting that you will see that this is a great opportunity for Vallejo.

Sincerely,
Barbara

Is this woman out of her mind?

Vallejo already is a dumping ground for parolees, and probationers. Additionally, Vallejo has more registered sex offenders than any other city in California.

What were you thinking Kondylis?

“Here's a interesting thought..”

Since: May 12

Vallejo

#23 Nov 11, 2012
Spam it again Sam, Spam it again.
keep dwelling on Sam

Brisbane, CA

#24 Nov 12, 2012
Go to the meeting on Wednesday and let Kondylis know what you think about her parting gift for us.

Kurshan wrote:

"Supervisor Kondylis Parting Gift for Vallejo is a parolee dump. This is how she justifies it.

Good riddance Bab's:

Dear Friends,
I am sending this “form” letter to you because I have received so many e-mails concerning the Day
Reporting Center that to answer individually is prohibitive. I first want to apologize for the lack of communication regarding the DRC. We dropped the ball and are now trying to rectify it.
The meeting location for next Wednesday has been changed. It will now be held at McCormack Hall at
the fairgrounds at 7:00 P.M.. When I made the arrangements for using the Bay Terrace Theater I did not know that is was not ADA compliant and it is required that all government meetings be held at places that are accessible to all. Some of you want to know why it wasn’t held closer to downtown and the answer to that is that City Hall is booked as well as the Library. Some of you don’t think a theater arrangement is conducive to such a meeting so using McCormack Hall is the alternative. Also,
McCormack has plenty of parking and lots of security. Many of you are concerned that Vallejo is a “dumping ground” for parolees. This just isn’t true. The primary reason that parolees are in Vallejo is that this is where their families and friends live. Also, we must acknowledge that the large supply of affordable housing makes Vallejo an attractive landing site as the others cities in Solano have higher rental costs and less availability. No one can dictate to a parolee
what city they have to live in. The parolees that will be using the Day Reporting Center will be carefully screened and assessed. They will not have been convicted of a violent crime, nor will they be sex offenders. The goal is to stop the “revolving door” of jail-prison-community and instead provide a path to self-sufficiency and responsibility through the programs that will be offered at the DRC. These include such things as anger management, drug and alcohol addiction, getting a GED, mental health services, and job training/employment. DRCs in other communities have proved to be very successful in reducing recidivism and that is our expectation. Solano County has just broken ground on a new 70+million dollar jail. The cost of running this new jail is substantial. The Claybank jail is slated to become the Day Reporting Center for Fairfield after the new jail is up and running. We can choose to do things the same old way and keep building and staffing jails or we can try new approaches that are more cost effective as will have better results as well as maximizing public safety. I am hoping that by the end of next Wednesday’s meeting that you will see that this is a great opportunity for Vallejo.

Sincerely,
Barbara

Is this woman out of her mind?

Vallejo already is a dumping ground for parolees, and probationers. Additionally, Vallejo has more registered sex offenders than any other city in California.

What were you thinking Kondylis?"

“Here's a interesting thought..”

Since: May 12

Vallejo

#26 Nov 12, 2012
Spamming it undeer an aliase does not make it spam. G-d, you are a inbred bas**rd arn't you Sam?

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