SCVWD waste fraud @SCVWD

WELCOME TO THE GOLDEN SPIGOT, WHERE WASTE, FRAUD AND ABUSE IS RAMPANT!

THEY NOT ONLY LIE ABOUT BOARDROOM COST, REPAIRS, HD, BLUERAY(WHICH HAS NEVER BEEN USED) AND WHO WANTS TO LOOK AT CRABBY OLD PEOPLE IN HD WASTE YOUR TAX DOLLAR? THEY SAY 600K WATCH YOUR TAX DOLLAR GO TO 2 MILLION IF THEY CAN GET THE ROOM DONE IN 2 MONTHS, WE WILL SEE WHO HAS THE LAST LAUGH.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS RESOLUTION NO. 16- PROVIDING FOR THE NOTICE OF TIME AND PLACE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ENGINEER’S REPORT FOR THE BOARDROOM TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE PROJECT WHEREAS, the Santa Clara Valley Water District (District) has been duly and regularly established and exists pursuant to the provisions of the Santa Clara Valley Water District Act; and WHEREAS, the District has proceeded with feasibility and alternatives analysis for the Project objectives to be attained, and has documented the alternatives analysis and decision criteria and comparisons in a Planning Study Report prepared by the District’s Information Technology Staff and dated May 10th, 2016; and WHEREAS, on the 10th day of May 2016, the Engineer’s Report for the Proposed Project prepared by the Santa Clara Valley Water District’s Information Technology Staff, titled “Boardroom Technology Upgrade” and dated April 12th, 2016, was made available to the Board of Directors, showing: 1. A general description of the proposed Project; 2. A general description and maps showing the location of the proposed Project; and 3. An estimate of the cost of the proposed Project and means of financing these costs. WHEREAS, Section 12 of the District Act requires the Board to conduct a public hearing to hear testimony on a project when: (1) the project is new construction and (2) the project is funded by single or joint zones of benefits. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of the Santa Clara Valley Water District as follows: SECTION 1 1. That the 24th day of May 2016 at 6:00 p.m., in the Boardroom of the Santa Clara Valley Water District, be fixed as the time and place for a public hearing on the Engineer’s Report and this Board of Directors will consider all written and oral comments to the proposed Project; and 2. That the Engineer’s Report for the proposed Project, titled “Boardroom Technology Upgrade Project Engineer’s Report” and dated April 12th, 2016, is available for public inspection by any interested person at Santa Clara Valley Water District’s office, 5700 Almaden Expressway, San Jose, CA 95118, and on the District’s website http://www.valleywater.org/PublicReviewDocuments.aspx. Providing for the Notice of Time and Place of Public Hearing on the Engineer’s Report for the Boardroom Technology Upgrade Project Resolution No. 16- RL13319.docx 2 PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of Santa Clara Valley Water District by the following vote on May 10, 2016

Public hearing notice Topic: Boardroom Technology Upgrade Project Who: Santa Clara Valley Water District What: Public hearing on the Engineer’s Report When: May 24, 2016; Item is time certain at 6:00 P.M. Place: Santa Clara Valley Water District; Boardroom 5700 Almaden Expressway, San Jose, Ca 95118 Why: The proposed work of improvement is described in the Boardroom Technology Upgrade Project Engineer’s Report. The Report is on file at the Clerk of the Board of Directors, 5700 Almaden Expressway, San Jose, California and on Valley Water’s website: http://www.valleywater.org/PublicReviewDocuments.aspx The objective of the project is to upgrade the existing 17 years old audiovisual system and bring it to the latest standards of Video technology. At the time and place fixed for the public hearing, the Board of Directors will receive comments on the Engineer’s Report for the Project. After considering the comments, the Board will decide whether or not to proceed with the Project. For more information about this hearing or this Project, contact Sudhanshu Tikekar at (408) 630-2424. Reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate persons with disabilities wishing to attend this public hearing. For additional information on attending this hearing, including requesting accommodations for disabilities or interpreter assistance, please contact the Office of the Clerk of the Board at (408) 265-2607, ext. 2277, at least three business days prior to the hearing.

why dont they come out and say paul goeltz fucked it up, and got screwed by george kamenjati who tossed out 10% of my personal items.

https://scvwd.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=459787&GUID=990BC7C8-8851-489D-9FA1-C87E7AD681BF

Attachment 4 Project Delivery Process ChartAttachment 4 Project Delivery Process Chart (1)Attachment 3 ResolutionAttachment 2 Public Hearing NoticeAttachment 1 Engineer’s ReportAgendaAttachment 4 Handout 8.1-A – Comment, PDO_55681DO_55650Attachment 5 030816 Handout 8 1-B Goeltz062215 IT Ad Hoc Comm Agenda1993-1994 Grand Jury Final Report2005-2006 Grand Jury Final Report2008-2009 Grand Jury Report – Part 42003-2004 Grand Jury Final Report1999-2000 Grand Jury Final Report2008-2009 Grand Jury Report – Part 32001-2002 Grand Jury Final Report081115 IT Ad Hoc Comm Agenda (1)081115 IT Ad Hoc Comm AgendaAttachment 1 Handout 22008-2009 Grand Jury Report – Part 12008-2009 Grand Jury Report – Part 22008-2009 Grand Jury Report – Part 1Handouts-Agenda Item 5.2scvwd ray 10 28 2014SCVWD PGOELTZ 10 28 2014Resolution Providing for the Notice of Time and Place of the Public Hearing on the Engineer’s Report for the Boardroom Audiovisual Modernization GOLDIE FUNG KAMENJATIJOE HANDOUTDO_56501DiversityAudit2012062215 IT Ad Hoc Comm Minssscistudy1scvwd rayscvwd ray 10 28 2014SCVWD PGOELTZ 10 28 2014Resolution Providing for the Notice of Time and Place of the Public Hearing on the Engineer’s Report for the Boardroom Audiovisual Modernization GOLDIE FUNG KAMENJATIJOE HANDOUTDiversityAudit2012

 

 

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THE WANTED POSTER GIVEN TO SJPD ON 3 8 2016 SCVWD RETIREE, TALKED AND THEY DON’T WANT ME THERE

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7 thoughts on “SCVWD waste fraud @SCVWD

  1. @scvwd @valleywater.org #valleywater santa clara valley water district sign pee’d on for piss ants.
    pgoeltz
    WARNING #WARNING WARNING #WARNING WARNING #WARNINGWARNING #WARNING # done fired now fung, ravi, new IT manager and kamenjati and any union person that did not do there job including scvwd people Fluoride SCVWDIn “Fluoride SCVWD”@SANTA CLARA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT #SANTACLARAVALLEYWATERDISTRICT #SCVWDSCVWD @SANTA CLARA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT BOARD ROOM UPGRADE LIES GOLDEN GOLDIE @scvwd @valleywater.org #valleywater santa clara valley water district sign pee’d on for piss ants.
    pgoeltz
    WARNING #WARNING WARNING #WARNING WARNING #WARNINGWARNING #WARNING # done fired now fung, ravi, new IT manager and kamenjati and any union person that did not do there job including scvwd people Fluoride SCVWDIn “Fluoride SCVWD”@SANTA CLARA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT #SANTACLARAVALLEYWATERDISTRICT #SCVWDSCVWD @SANTA CLARA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT BOARD ROOM UPGRADE LIES GOLDEN GOLDIE @scvwd @valleywater.org #valleywater santa clara valley water district sign pee’d on for piss ants.
    pgoeltz
    AND POOR MANAGEMENT @VALLEYWATER LOOK AT SCVWD THEY ARE EMPTY NO PLANNING BUT FAT CHECKS FOR GOLDEN GOLDIE AND STAFF…@SANTACLARAVALLEYWATERDISTRICT #VALLEYWATER #SANTACLARAVALLEYWATERDISTRICT #THEFT #GUNRUNNING #HUMANTRAFFICKING OF VERY YOUNG 3 WORLD CHILDREN . AND STEELING YOUR PROPERTY TAXES.

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  2. Mayor Reed hoisted SPUR upon the City of San Jose. Years ago, Mayor Reed wanted San Jose to have a “seat” on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). San Jose got the “seat” and Mayor Reed appointed then Councilmember Liccardo to represent San Jose on the MTC.
    Almost immediately thereafter and part of the MTC deal, SPUR showed up in San Jose headed by the daughter of a prominent commericial realestate developer; who just happened to be Chairman of the Board for Team San Jose-who was in charge of the Convention Center. As soon as the daughter assumed her position as Director of SPUR San Jose, her father resigned from Team San Jose.
    SPUR has been given preferential treatment at city hall ever since. SPUR is allowed virtually unlimited access to public officials and virtually unlimited time to speak at city council and or council committee meetings.
    Make no mistake, SPUR’s intention is social engineering according to urbanist goals, philosphies and pecuniary gain to certain members and or Developer supporters. SPUR has become, since its’ arrival in San Jose, an unelected adjunct arm of San Jose government functions and policy making decisions.
    Mayor Liccardo supports SPUR without hesitation.
    As to the shady business at the Water District, who is really surpised? The Water District has been screwing San Jose taxpayers of for many, many years in the past and is doing a fine job in doing so presently. (The Advanced Water Purification Center at the San Jose / Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant is but one ongoing royal screw-job.)
    The current personnel decisions concerning the position of Director of SPUR, San Jose is steeped in local political skullduggery. The long, aged arms, of the vicious and self-serving-political snake from District 5 during the 1990’s is still injecting the cancerous venom into local politics that occured during the tenure of this corrupt politician.
    My advice to San Jose VOTERS-under no circumstances should you vote for any Member of the San Jose City Council and or future candidates who support SPUR for any reason. Vote for SPUR at your own peril.
    My opinion, SPUR is the most powerful of the “Non-profits” for their members are; highly educated, well financed and their tentacles in Bay Area politics are nothing short of legion. SPUR is also a well-healed and oiled political machine; a hybrid of Tammy Hall by several orders of magnitude. Mayor Reed knew this and so did then Councilmember Liccardo.
    From my time period covering city hall politics from 1989, I have come to loath all “Non-profits” for over time. I have seen what the “Non-profits” really are-pernicious predatory parasites; influencing government’s policies and decisions in their favor-eventhough they are not elected by the voters to do so. SPUR is the most dangerous of the “Non-profits” because of their exceptional power to influence and or direct local politicians to do their urbanist doings.
    However, San Jose voters; because you are not down at city hall; attending council and or council committtee meetings, which everyone has an affirmative duty to particiapate in our great democracy to do so, SPUR is calling the shots. Me, I just write letters and give speeches warning about the influence that SPUR and the other “Non-profits” wroughts upon the voters.
    David S. Wall
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  3. Teresa Alvarado Joins SPUR after Awkward Water District Exit
    By The Fly / May 4, 2016 17

    Teresa Alvarado messed up her hours when returning from the Water District, which was just the beginning of her awkward goodbye. (File photo)
    Teresa Alvarado messed up her hours when returning from the Water District, which was just the beginning of her awkward goodbye. (File photo)

    Teresa Alvarado retired from the Santa Clara Valley Water District last month, but not before trying to wring a few more dollars out of the Golden Spigot. In February, Alvarado announced she was trading her public agency post to head the local office at SPUR, the urbanist nonprofit that cheerleads “good planning and good government” in the Bay Area, two things Alvarado will hopefully learn about in her new job. In order to have her CalPERS benefits vest, she needed to work five years at the district. To reach that mark, Alvarado used her vacation hours to take off the month of April. Not such a big deal—but that’s where things start to go sideways. It turns out Alvarado incorrectly listed her last day as May 2, when her vacation hours only got her to April 26. Once the district caught the error, there were some concerns Alvarado may have retired short of her pension. She then attempted to make up the 29-hour shortfall by assigning herself menial tasks like reading memos and running a booth at public events. Interim CEO Norma Camacho, perhaps showing she’s not quite ready to let the good times roll like predecessor Beau Goldie, said thanks, but no thanks. Alvarado’s email account had already been deactivated and her office keys turned in. As it turns out, Alvarado already made her pension ($1,500 a month for life), so that could have been the end of it. Instead, Alvarado—at a base salary of $161,944 per year; $81 per hour—called and emailed Camacho for the extra hours, noting that her work proposal included “meaningful assignments,” such as sitting in a booth for six hours. Alvarado even threw the new CEO a little shade wondering why she was putting up “an obstacle for providing these services.” Camacho said she had other people on it, which led Alvarado to then go over her head and complain to district board members—all so she could get another $2,348 to do little or anything of value. When texted an interview request, Alvarado downplayed the whole deal, writing: “Too funny what’s leaked as scoop.” As part of a pattern when things aren’t going her way, she included one of Fly’s bosses on the text reply, perhaps in the hope of squashing the story. She did not respond to follow up requests for comment.

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    SMOKEY May 4, 2016 @ 1:59 pm
    Question: Who represents the hard-bitten taxpayers? You know: the ones who have to pay for these unethical shenanigans? Either Teresa Alvarado has the necessary time vested — or she doesn’t.
    It’s pretty clear that Alvarado is short the required time. And she’s already QUIT.
    Will Norma Camacho cheat the taxpayers for her pal? If not, will the Board members pay off one of their cronies?
    I worked forty+ years, and saved for my retirement. At no time was I paid more than $23 an hour. Why didn’t Alvarez save some of that $81 an hour for her own retirement? Why should our taxes go to pay for someone who clearly has not worked enough time to qualify for the added pension she’s angling for?
    This is something that needs to stay on the front burner. If Alvarado couldn’t figure out the time necessary to qualify for the pension she wants, why should the public step in and save her sorry butt?
    And who represents the taxpayers?… oh, did I already ask that?
    So, what’s the answer? Does anyone represent us? Or are they all in cahoots, bilking the public at every opportunity?
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    TOMTOLOSKY May 4, 2016 @ 5:27 pm
    THATS A GOOD ONE, BOTTOM LINE IS THE WHOLE DISTRICT IS ON THE SHAM, MAY 10 THEY WILL PASS A 2 MILLION DOLLAR NEW BOARDROOM WITH HD ETC, THEY SAY 600K BUT ITS TAX MONEY SO WATCH IT GO PAST 2 MILLION..https://tomtolosky.wordpress.com/2016/05/04/scvwd-waste-fraud-scvwd/comment-page-1/#comment-84 SAD THING IS THEY ALREADY PASSED IT WITH NO PUBLIC COMMENT NOT THAT THE PUBLIC MATTERS..
    Resolution to Set a Public Hearing on the Engineer’s Report for the
    Boardroom Technology Upgrade, Project No. 73274010 (San Jose).
    3.8. 16-0269
    Adopt the Resolution PROVIDING FOR THE NOTICE OF
    TIME AND PLACE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE
    ENGINEER’S REPORT for the BOARDROOM
    TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE PROJECT to occur on May 24,
    2016, at 6:00 p.m., at the Santa Clara Valley Water District
    Boardroom, at 5700 Almaden Expressway, San Jose,
    Manager: Sudhanshu Tikekar, 408-630-2424
    Attachment 1: Engineer’s Report
    Attachment 2: Public Hearing Notice
    Attachment 3: Resolution
    Attachment 4: Project Delivery Process Chart
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    TOMTOLOSKY May 4, 2016 @ 7:38 pm
    and this is on the consent calendar, so its done deal, taxpayer hoodwinked just like TA, getting retirement when she was like a week short??
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    J.CHRISTY May 5, 2016 @ 2:19 pm
    With all the illegal stuff taking place at the Water District…I can’t help buy wonder why The Attorney General’s Office hasn’t opened a file on them. And, I agree with Tom, we County employees have to check and re-check if and when is the best time to retire… and the one thing not to do especially when worrying about getting any retirement is NOT to retire early…not one day or two days early. If you have to work an extra month or two just to be sure, then work. She probably calculated her retirement day like she “calculated” all the deals she made at the Water District. In some small measure, this is kismet. However, I’m sure she will wrangle herself into her retirement pay……and I will be furious again that this darn department is still shameful and corrupt!! There is already documentation of her last day, retirement day etc…this dept and employee benefits need to be transparent and honest. Here’s hoping she gets her due!!! SPUR,the agency who hired her is my next area to watch especially since they hired her and they are involved in our county govt and PLANNING.. ANOTHER SIGN OF BAD THINGS TO COME..
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    JERRY KRINOCK May 4, 2016 @ 3:44 pm
    Readers should please note that “an obstacle for providing these services” in the article is a hyperlink to the email thread which is the basis for this article. Question for The Fly: Is this email thread publicly available or was it leaked to you by a confidential whistleblower? (Either way, looks like nice work!)
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    FINE WOODWORKER May 4, 2016 @ 3:59 pm
    Do you use any of that $81 an hour to purchase that labcoat she wore in the treatment plant video when she illegally posed as a health professional?
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    SJOUTSIDETHEBUBBLE May 4, 2016 @ 5:31 pm
    > to head the local office at SPUR, the urbanist nonprofit that cheerleads “good planning and good government” in the Bay Area,
    If space aliens from planet Zzognarr vaporized SPUR and all its facilities, would anyone anywhere in the cosmos notice?
    Would would be missing from our daily lives?
    Other than the fact that there might be three fewer floors of “versatile event space” on the rental market in downtown SF.
    http://www.spur.org/about/about-urban-center/facility-rental
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    DAVID S. WALL May 4, 2016 @ 9:21 pm
    Mayor Reed hoisted SPUR upon the City of San Jose. Years ago, Mayor Reed wanted San Jose to have a “seat” on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). San Jose got the “seat” and Mayor Reed appointed then Councilmember Liccardo to represent San Jose on the MTC.
    Almost immediately thereafter and part of the MTC deal, SPUR showed up in San Jose headed by the daughter of a prominent commericial realestate developer; who just happened to be Chairman of the Board for Team San Jose-who was in charge of the Convention Center. As soon as the daughter assumed her position as Director of SPUR San Jose, her father resigned from Team San Jose.
    SPUR has been given preferential treatment at city hall ever since. SPUR is allowed virtually unlimited access to public officials and virtually unlimited time to speak at city council and or council committee meetings.
    Make no mistake, SPUR’s intention is social engineering according to urbanist goals, philosphies and pecuniary gain to certain members and or Developer supporters. SPUR has become, since its’ arrival in San Jose, an unelected adjunct arm of San Jose government functions and policy making decisions.
    Mayor Liccardo supports SPUR without hesitation.
    As to the shady business at the Water District, who is really surpised? The Water District has been screwing San Jose taxpayers of for many, many years in the past and is doing a fine job in doing so presently. (The Advanced Water Purification Center at the San Jose / Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant is but one ongoing royal screw-job.)
    The current personnel decisions concerning the position of Director of SPUR, San Jose is steeped in local political skullduggery. The long, aged arms, of the vicious and self-serving-political snake from District 5 during the 1990’s is still injecting the cancerous venom into local politics that occured during the tenure of this corrupt politician.
    My advice to San Jose VOTERS-under no circumstances should you vote for any Member of the San Jose City Council and or future candidates who support SPUR for any reason. Vote for SPUR at your own peril.
    My opinion, SPUR is the most powerful of the “Non-profits” for their members are; highly educated, well financed and their tentacles in Bay Area politics are nothing short of legion. SPUR is also a well-healed and oiled political machine; a hybrid of Tammy Hall by several orders of magnitude. Mayor Reed knew this and so did then Councilmember Liccardo.
    From my time period covering city hall politics from 1989, I have come to loath all “Non-profits” for over time. I have seen what the “Non-profits” really are-pernicious predatory parasites; influencing government’s policies and decisions in their favor-eventhough they are not elected by the voters to do so. SPUR is the most dangerous of the “Non-profits” because of their exceptional power to influence and or direct local politicians to do their urbanist doings.
    However, San Jose voters; because you are not down at city hall; attending council and or council committtee meetings, which everyone has an affirmative duty to particiapate in our great democracy to do so, SPUR is calling the shots. Me, I just write letters and give speeches warning about the influence that SPUR and the other “Non-profits” wroughts upon the voters.
    David S. Wall
    REPLY
    SJOUTSIDETHEBUBBLE May 5, 2016 @ 9:34 am
    > My advice to San Jose VOTERS-under no circumstances should you vote for any Member of the San Jose City Council and or future candidates who support SPUR for any reason.
    Got it!
    Programming the coordinates into my Tomahawk missiles.
    Just so I don’t take out too many innocent bystanders, would you care to list any Council members and candidates who are free of SPUR contamination?
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    EMPTY GUN May 5, 2016 @ 9:55 am
    Thanks David that was a great little run down. I had to go look up SPUR to find out just what their goals and objective are.
    They make utopia sound so wonderful, like agenda 2,1 ABAG and several other socialist control freak organisation the goal is to pile everyone into crowded urban hell holes. Until you lose your home, or job to some project these people dreamed up you just have no idea how dangerous powerful and expensive these people can be.
    It wasn’t bad enough that we have a bunch of tax and spend politicians running amuck we now have a phantom unelected untouchable non profit dogooders running their agenda over the politicians that run our lives.
    Maybe it’s time to quit screwing around and bring in the federal goon squad and round the people up on racketeering charges. Where is J Edgar when you need him?
    As for Miss Alvarado when you have worked 40 plus years at a job, your 63+ your knees don’t work any more,then you get to retire. Other wise you just quit and started a new job. If you lost your benefits leaving a week to early well you’re too stupid to work for me, clever girl!
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    TOMTOLOSKY May 5, 2016 @ 6:55 am
    SOUNDS no different than the psychopaths that run the country or the golden spigot, how in world does one week short of calpers time get you retirement… this is why trup won gop taxpayer is fed up, soon we will oust the directors and managers at @scvwd. I;m sure there is SPUR RUNNING THERE ALSO. WELL come watch 5 10 16 6pm as they waste another two million so you can watch psychopaths in hd, and get meeting in blu ray av companies prepare to hoodwink millions from the taxpayer, its a church not a room so they will never get it right.
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    SMOKEY May 5, 2016 @ 11:54 am
    If there is any legal recourse to stop this particular tick from sucking unearned taxpayer blood when she didn’t put in the time required to qualify for it, I would be happy to contribute a kilobuck or two to stop it.
    If nothing else, it would generate plenty of publicity — all bad. And maybe it can be timed for the next Board election.
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    TAXPAYER May 5, 2016 @ 1:35 pm
    Watch the blatant show the Chair does leading up for the Boardroom Upgrade. 1:23:25
    http://scvwd.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=3&clip_id=1330
    Also the new Director John V had everyone give Theresa Alvarado a standing ovation at her last presentation – despite her reputation as a manger.
    The Directors all want a state of the art Audio Visual System, to get their job done! Director John V mentioned that he did not think the system was state of the art when he came to the District . I guess they should have laid out a golden carpet as well.
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    TOMTOLOSKY May 5, 2016 @ 8:49 pm
    Its not State of the art as its not hd(do you want to look at them in hd or plans in hd????) ask what 200k went into upgrades to keep it state of the art, we even have the IT manager telling (email)techs not to do work in the boardroom so things will fail, another false flag/911……
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    BLAIR WHITNEY May 5, 2016 @ 3:38 pm
    I’ve had the impression that for over a decade the district was a political house/fiefdom and all the officers of the agency as well as the incumbent board members were part of a tight knit group that supported each other politically and financially in various projects within and outside the agency. I’m hoping that as required by law, this non-partisan local government agency moves towards a future focused on the actual mission of providing wholesale treated water to retailers, manages the watershed for conservation and health, maintains and expands on infrastructure to bank water for dry years and the other basics you’d expect from a Water District.
    Based on this news item, and other developments the last couple of years, I am optimistic that things might be changing for the better.
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    GEORGE KAMENJATI May 5, 2016 @ 5:34 pm
    Teresa Alvarado % Xavier Campos % Nora Campos % Bianca Alvarado % Cindy Chavez machine at it finest on this fine Cinco de Mayo day ^^^^^ VIVA LA CORRUPTION all in HD in a non working video
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    TOMTOLOSKY May 5, 2016 @ 8:42 pm
    Not only do they steal from the poor, but talk about employees personal issues…. managers that is……
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