George Fuller’s thoughts for redirecting Oakley
The Santa Clara City Council dais is being purchased with 4.5 million dollars in campaign contributions by the San Francisco 49ers to three city council candidates. If you think this cannot happen in Oakley, you might want to rethink the situation. Remember, Santa Clara is a City of Santa Clara is a little over 128,000 … Continue reading Yes, it can happen in Oakley!!
Why are developers trying to buy two seats on the City of Oakley City Council Dais? This is the question Oakley voters need to ask themselves, at least in my perspective. Two candidates for the City Council, Hugh Henderson and Shannon Shaw, have accepted a total of more than $11,000.00 from developers during the current … Continue reading Developers Try to Buy Oakley City Council Dais
Candidate Shaw accepts over $2,000.00 in campaign contributions from developers for Oakley election. Shannon Shaw, a candidate for the Oakley City Council in District 4, has received multiple monetary contributions from land developers. The list of contributions is: DeNova Homes, $1,000.00 DeNova Homes is developing the Northeast corner of Bethel Island Rd and East … Continue reading Shannon Shaw Accepts over $2,000.00 in Developer Contributions
Henderson accepts over $9000.00 in campaign contributions from developers in Oakley. The breakdown of the political contributions is: California Real Estate Political Action Committee – $3500.00 California Real Estate Political Action Committee is a Los Angeles based organization involved in real estate sales and development throughout California. G. Ferrabee Co. – $500.00 G. Ferrabee … Continue reading Land Developers Attempt to Buy Oakley, CA, Election
Regarding the Rotary Club of Oakley, I previously posted that with the election of Hugh Henderson and Shannon Shaw to the Oakley City Council, there would be six people in key City of Oakley governmental positions who are members of the Rotary Club of Oakley. Actually, there would be eight members of the Rotary Club … Continue reading Rotary Club of Oakley and Oakley City Government
Oakley’s zoning regulations are on the city council agenda, again, tomorrow night (Oct 11, 2022). I will call for a moratorium on issuing all building permits, CUP permits, variances, and other development projects. Tonight’s agenda calls for an indefinite continuance of the council reviewing the zoning regulations in the city. The situation has become unacceptable … Continue reading A Moratorium on Development in the City of Oakley
Election tidbits for Oakley election November 8, 2022 – I was reading through Shelly Fitzgerald’s website – Shelly Fitzgerald4Oakley.com – and came across her vision for Oakley. The concept is reflective of Ms. Fitzgerald’s passion and commitment to Oakley. Shelly Fitzgerald has demonstrated grit that reflects her work as an Emergency Services Registered Nurse in … Continue reading Shelly Fitzgerald is THE Choice for Oakley Councilmember, District 2
Shannon Shaw, candidate for Oakley City Council in the November 8, 2022, election recently visited CoCo Farms in Antioch, CA. She attended a visit to the cannabis distribution retail shop with the Rotary Club of Oakley. Me, I am strongly opposed to cannabis distribution is the City of Oakley. Below is a link to a … Continue reading Oakley City Council Member Candidate Visits Local Cannabis Shop with Rotary Club of Oakley
An election tidbit about the Oakley Municipal Election – November 8, 2022. Adam Gerhart, a resident of District 4 (Summer Lake), has pulled papers to enable him to campaign for election as a write-in candidate. I was informed that Jacob Shaw, wife of Shannon Shaw, also a City Council candidate from District 4, has filed … Continue reading Election Tidbits for Oakley City Council Election on November 8, 2022
Oakley must resolve Laurel and O’Hara. The traffic bottleneck at the intersection is untenable. Laurel has extended West beyond the 160 and thus increased the traffic flow on Laurel. In my perception, the bottleneck is unsafe for the community and a liability for the City. I have asked several times from the dais to seek … Continue reading Laurel and O’Hara in Oakley Must Improve
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