You are right on target again when you indicate that the only way to solve the problem that 4 of the 5 HWD Board of Directors are not
understanding that the Owners of the District (Us the Rate Payers) “we are not satisfied…"
You are right on target again, your observation regarding OUR Helix Water District and its total lack of transparency and respect to us
Rate Payers (the owners of the District) by not being willing to hold the
Districts meeting at times…"
"One must Get Involved, one must actively participate, put in the time, be a leader, or at least keep those who are, informed with POSITIVE
SOLUTIONS, one can’t just Bitch.
When one is offered a chance to serve, seize it, one must get actively…"
"Messer’s Slater & Stanley,
Your Posts are very interesting and in most cases informative, please let me add
another thought to your discussions. You both have indicated that for one
reason or another the changing of HWD Directors might be…"
In addition to the points you brought forth, may I offer another major flaw that appears to exist at our HELIX WATER DISTRICT (HWD)!
Some additional food for thought for the Rate Payers/Voters of (HWD) that might want to be…"
"Mr. Stanly & Smyle,
Each of you had interesting points about the Puppy Mill Issue but I think you may have missed the important point. This concern was brought to the Council under “Public Comments” which as may know,…"
"Mr Chavez, Let thank you for your input it is nice to hear from some one in DC who is not preaching Doom & Gloom, I know Batman won't like it but making the environment cleaner in any way has got to be a good thing, Calif. has benefitted…"
"Ian 25% is not correct, after quit some time I think I can supply some creditable back up to my prior statements. La Mesa’s New Director Finance-Sarah Waller-Bullock returned to us from El Cajon, they uses photo-enforcement cameras. She…"
"Ian, in anticipation to your Q, I have already started to get specifics. This is what I recall (Please only my recall so it is "ONLY RUMOR & HEARSAY") 60 to 70 % goes to Lockheed Martin (the PROVIDER of the EQUIPMENT)-then the Company…"
"Ian, Please research the Red-Light Camera Issue, I think you may be surprised when you see the $ involved and how much does no go to the municipality, just like Property Tax Actual & to the City is a very small amount when comparing it to the…"
"Craig & Mr. K, Let me try to help, drive or walk La Mesa Blvd any night after 9:00 pm on Dec 11 (I know it's a long way off, Craig trusting you will be better by then) and you both should be able to resolve the name dilemma, that is if you…"
You mean that no one was taken to court and convicted. So what? O.J.'s a free man. Does that mean he's not a murderer?
A few facts: Art A) Did hit the bike, and then B) Left the scene. If there a more accurate way of describing this than hit-and-run, I am not aware of it. Or maybe you believe Art's story about thinking he a "shopping cart?" But what about Uribe's account of Art being clearly "in trouble" and "staggering" around the bar before he left.
Was Uribe just another bad guy out to get your friend, Dexter?
And again, how is this qualify as one of my "wild stories?"
The fellow who made the cell phone call (recorded, of course, in his phone's log) will be at work tomorrow at around 11:00--30. I'll let you know when he arrives, and we can meet both of them. They're anxious to relate the details of Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. Should be fun.
Nice cop-out, Dexter.
So we see that, in fact, you're immune to evidence in any form. And far from being "wild stories," every instance I have cited (like the one referred to in the link below) has been amply substantiated. In the two latest cases, I have offered to take you straight to the source--multiple witnesses--who would be more than happy to tell you the precise date(s), time and exact sequence of (drunken) events they witnessed. Last Saturday, when they watched him weave down the road and blow through the stop-sign at 4th. they made a 911 call (which, of course is on record). Not that that would matter to you.
Over 50 percent of Americans expect home prices to rise
More than half of Americans now expect the country’s home prices to climb within the next year, illustrating a growing optimism toward the health of the housing industry, according to new data from Fannie Mae. Read the full story.
Los Angeles Times
Some homes are slow to sell even in the hottest markets
With full-fledged sellers’ markets underway in dozens of metropolitan areas around the country, new research has found curious statistical patterns emerging: Even in cities where listings get multiple offers within days or hours, significant numbers of homes are sitting on the market for six months, 12 months, or more with no takers. Among the reasons: Mispricing, excessive restrictions on access to buyers and agents, failure to clean or make repairs, and a variety of other marketing bungles. Read the full story.
The Wall Street Journal Principal forgiveness could reduce costs for taxpayers
Allowing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to reduce loan balances for borrowers who owe more than their homes are worth could ultimately reduce mortgage defaults and save the government money, according to a report by the Congressional Budget Office. Read the full story.