Twin Cities police move to temporary ...

Twin Cities police move to temporary offices in Corte Madera

There are 9 comments on the Marin Independent Journal story from Jan 16, 2010, titled Twin Cities police move to temporary offices in Corte Madera. In it, Marin Independent Journal reports that:

Twin Cities police are that much closer to a $20 million public-safety building as officers and employees prepared this weekend to set up temporary offices in Corte Madera while their dream home is under construction in Larkspur.

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Carpel tunnel cops

San Leandro, CA

#1 Jan 17, 2010
Thank Goodness--We nee Marin Revenue collectors comfortable.
Ilove50

Larkspur, CA

#2 Jan 17, 2010
Carpel tunnel cops, you're an idiot!!
Clarity

United States

#3 Jan 17, 2010
The article says "Property owners are paying $109 per residential unit" ..... that's every year in taxes until the bond is repaid. The actual cost per residential unit is almost $2,000.
Koalabear2525

United States

#4 Jan 17, 2010
oh o k now how long is this going to take ? by the time it gets up how much more is going to be spent ? is it going to last for 50 years can you build up or out if need to . so just when are you going to start building .
Carpel tunnel cops

San Leandro, CA

#5 Jan 17, 2010
Clarity wrote:
The article says "Property owners are paying $109 per residential unit" ..... that's every year in taxes until the bond is repaid. The actual cost per residential unit is almost $2,000.
Add the revenue Tickets up you get each year on top of bond? These little towns police
squads are just revenue collectors--when are people going to wake up? When the price of running a yellow is $500.00, or you fined $100 fir a burnt out Bicycle light? Well those days are here. These little squads are essentially speed traps. I guess the general public loves living in fear of bored Marin Cops--not to mention the high cost of these Fines?

Couldn't find a list of your Revenue Collectors; but here is a list of what San Anselmo
has been coned into supporting:

Police Department Personnel

Administration
Charles L. Maynard, Chief of Police #87
James C. Providenza, Police Captain #96
Nicholes Valeri, Police Captain #75
Dana Unruh, Police Administrative Services Technician #135

Field Operations Division
Patrol:
Grady Joseph, Police Sergeant #97
Robert Schneider, Police Sergeant #112
Marcus Hartley, Police Sergeant #86
Ryan Dunnigan, Police Sergeant #103
J. Sethi Jervan, Police Corporal #138
Scott Niklewicz, Police Officer #123
Sean Forrestal, Police Officer #125
Vera Hicks, Police Officer #128
Aaron Damm, Police Officer #129
Cassidy Martinez, Police Officer #132
Jason Hight, Police Officer #139
Erik Masterson, Police Officer #142

Traffic:
Todd Milowe, Police Officer #131
Robert French, Police Officer #133

Community Service Officers:
Patty Stahl, Community Service Officer #12
Charlene Cunningham, Community Service Officer #114
David Ruiz, Community Service Officer #137 (Part time)
Patrick Wight, Community Service Officer #140 (Part time)

Reserves:
David Garcia, Reserve Police Officer #84 (Volunteer)
Wayne Cooper, Reserve Police Officer #92 (Volunteer)
Ted Wight, Reserve Police Officer #7 (Part time)
Charlene Cunningham, Reserve Police Officer #114 (Volunteer)
Jorge Navarro, Reserve Police Officer #141 (Volunteer)
Rico Tabaranza, Reserve Police Officer #143 (Volunteer)

Support Services Division
Investigations:
Kevin McGoon, Police Corporal #102
Julie Gorwood, Police Corporal,#113

Records and Communications:
Rebecca Demastus, Dispatch / Records Supervisor #115
Cynthia Murphy, Police Communications Dispatcher #120
Josefina Godoy-Demattos, Police Communications Dispatcher #85
Therese Gorostiza, Police Communications Dispatcher #127

Allison Clark, Reserve Police Communications Dispatcher #118 (Part time)
Shannon Layer, Reserve Police Communications Dispatcher #106 (Part time)
Charles Metcalf, Reserve Police Communications Dispatcher #124 (Part time)
Bonnie Page, Reserve Police Communications Dispatcher #119 (Part time)
Kathleen Stevens, Reserve Police Communications Dispatcher #23 (Part time)
Pot Smoking Moronite

United States

#6 Jan 17, 2010
Ilove50 wrote:
Carpel tunnel cops, you're an idiot!!
He certainly is. Don't worry, he's just throwing his entitlement hissy fit, it's perfectly normal. He just needs a granola bar, or a wheat grass Moron County smoothie to balance him out.

Since: Jul 08

Central Marin

#7 Jan 17, 2010
Carpel tunnel cops wrote:
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Couldn't find a list of your Revenue Collectors; but here is a list of what San Anselmo
has been coned into supporting:
Police Department Personnel
Administration
Charles L. Maynard, Chief of Police #87
James C. Providenza, Police Captain #96
Nicholes Valeri, Police Captain #75
Dana Unruh, Police Administrative Services Technician #135
Field Operations Division
Patrol:
Grady Joseph, Police Sergeant #97
Robert Schneider, Police Sergeant #112
Marcus Hartley, Police Sergeant #86
Ryan Dunnigan, Police Sergeant #103
J. Sethi Jervan, Police Corporal #138
Scott Niklewicz, Police Officer #123
Sean Forrestal, Police Officer #125
Vera Hicks, Police Officer #128
Aaron Damm, Police Officer #129
Cassidy Martinez, Police Officer #132
Jason Hight, Police Officer #139
Erik Masterson, Police Officer #142
Traffic:
Todd Milowe, Police Officer #131
Robert French, Police Officer #133
Community Service Officers:
Patty Stahl, Community Service Officer #12
Charlene Cunningham, Community Service Officer #114
David Ruiz, Community Service Officer #137 (Part time)
Patrick Wight, Community Service Officer #140 (Part time)
Reserves:
David Garcia, Reserve Police Officer #84 (Volunteer)
Wayne Cooper, Reserve Police Officer #92 (Volunteer)
Ted Wight, Reserve Police Officer #7 (Part time)
Charlene Cunningham, Reserve Police Officer #114 (Volunteer)
Jorge Navarro, Reserve Police Officer #141 (Volunteer)
Rico Tabaranza, Reserve Police Officer #143 (Volunteer)
Support Services Division
Investigations:
Kevin McGoon, Police Corporal #102
Julie Gorwood, Police Corporal,#113
Records and Communications:
Rebecca Demastus, Dispatch / Records Supervisor #115
Cynthia Murphy, Police Communications Dispatcher #120
Josefina Godoy-Demattos, Police Communications Dispatcher #85
Therese Gorostiza, Police Communications Dispatcher #127
Allison Clark, Reserve Police Communications Dispatcher #118 (Part time)
Shannon Layer, Reserve Police Communications Dispatcher #106 (Part time)
Charles Metcalf, Reserve Police Communications Dispatcher #124 (Part time)
Bonnie Page, Reserve Police Communications Dispatcher #119 (Part time)
Kathleen Stevens, Reserve Police Communications Dispatcher #23 (Part time)
You like to copy and paste this thing often but you don't ever give anything to support your theory that San Anselmo employs too many cops. Without a point of reference, your list means nothing. How many do you think they need to have on staff to cover a town 24/7? Many on your list are volunteers and part time.

There are accepted standards for number of police officers based on the size of the town. Why don't you check it out and report back instead of simply copying and pasting a list which means nothing.
ABCd

Windsor, CA

#8 Jan 18, 2010
Carpel tunnel cops wrote:
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When the price of running a yellow is $500.00
You have no clue what you are talking about.
Pot Smoking Moronite

United States

#9 Jan 18, 2010
ABCd wrote:
<quoted text>
You have no clue what you are talking about.
He doesn't, as do many on here. He's upset because he's on probation, or perhaps he didn't get enough milk as a child. Pobre Ustedes!

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