George Fuller’s thoughts for redirecting Oakley
A quick note to publicly commend the Oakley City Staff, especially Oakley’s finance officer Tim Przybyla, for an extraordinarily outstanding budget presentation for Oakley 2022-2023. Mr. Przybyla segmented the budget into three sections so that all could easily understand how the City allocates its money. I cannot say enough good words about my appreciation of … Continue reading Kudos to Oakley Staff
A quick reminder – Oakley can finance a library. The forthcoming budget will be discussed on Tuesday night, June 14, during the Oakley City Council meeting. I will be advocating moving 6.5 million dollars for the construction of a parking lot and road downtown to a library construction fund. The plan is for the parking … Continue reading A Quick Reminder – Oakley can Finance a Library
Oakley does have a way to finance a library. The City is reviewing its annual budget. The review of the budget involves Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs). One proposed project is 6.5 million dollars for a downtown parking lot and a road along the railroad tracks. The project intends to provide parking for those who might … Continue reading Oakley Has a Way to Finance a Library
One more reason Mary Knox must become District Attorney. On October 12, 2022, District Attorney Diana Becton gave a presentation regarding her office. The item was 1.3 on the City Council agenda. I asked hard questions involving her propensity to speak of social justice with her lips but act with privilege in her … Continue reading One More Reason Why Mary Knox Needs to Become DA
There needs to be a special acknowledgment of the Oakley Police Department’s commitment to social justice and social equity. Last Tuesday night, May 27, 2022, the Oakley City Council (CA) approved the MOU between the City of Oakley and the Oakley Police Department officers. The Oakley officers asked for and received a holiday for June … Continue reading Kudos to the Members of the Oakley (CA) Police Department
Oakley needs Mary Knox as District Attorney. On May 19, 2022, the Los Angeles Times reported that Anaheim officials were involved in a cabal. A cabal is where some city government officials, developers, and business people meet in secret (as a select group) to divide a city for certain people to profit. Fortunately, the FBI … Continue reading Oakley needs Mary Knox as District Attorney
The Rev. Alvin Bernstine, pastor of the Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church of Richmond, CA, and husband of Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton, hired convicted pedophile and registered sex offender Jesse Armstrong to be choir director of the church. No surprise that Armstrong was arrested for sexual misconduct with a fourteen-year-old member of the … Continue reading The Rev.
The Oakley City Council, for tomorrow night (May 10, 2022), agenda contains an item (5.2) that would egregiously alter City Council minutes. The minutes would consist of a brief statement of how the vote went for an item. The minutes would replace the highly professional detailed notes that the City Clerk, Libby Vreonis, publishes. The … Continue reading Say No to Public Secrecy!!
Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton exploits the marginalized for votes. Ms. Becton is infamous for refusing to prosecute criminal offenders. She is well known for searching for reasons not to prosecute criminal acts. The people who suffer most from this form of frivolity regarding crime are the marginalized members of our society—the marginalized … Continue reading Contra Costa County DA Diana Becton Exploits the Marginalized for Votes
A thank you to Contra Costa County Supervisor Diane Burgis. Supervisor Burgis and Contra Costa County Library Commissioner Claire Alaura (former Mayor of Oakley), and Friends of the Oakley Library Vice-President Arnold Fitzpatrick attended the Oakley City Council meeting on April 26, 2022. Supervisor Burgis addressed the issue of an Oakley Library. She has formed … Continue reading A Thank You to Contra Costa County Supervisor Diane Burgis
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