No One Can Really Tell The Truth Like John Walsh
SB 1 MUST BE DESTROYED!
CRA MUST STAY DEAD!
SOS BELOW SENT TO GOVERNOR
DON’T TRY TO REVIVE IT, JERRY!
NO CPR FOR CRA!
DRIVE A STAKE THROUGH CRA’S BLEEDING LIBERAL HEART!
VISIT: JWALSHCONFIDENTIAL.WORDPRESS.COM FOR NEWS OF
FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS FROM OUR POSSE OF CRA VAMPIRE HUNTERS!
“CITIZENS UNITED AGAINST THE RE-ANIMATING OF THE CRA” COMMITTEE CALLS ON GOVERNOR JERRY BROWN TO KILL SB 1– STATE SENATOR DARRELL STEINBERG’S CRA VAMPIRE RE-ANIMATOR BILL! MAKE CRA DOA ON BROWN’S DESK!
WE’RE THE ANGRY MOB OF TOWNSPEOPLE WITH SHARPLY-POINTED WOODEN STAKES IN OUR HANDS SHOUTING:”SB ONE MUST DIE”!
SO LET SB I, THE SNEAKY CRA RE-ANIMATOR BILL, DIE A PAIN-WRACKED DEATH UN-SIGNED ON YOUR DESK, GOVERNOR BROWN! SEND SB 1 TO THE SACRAMENTO CITY MORGUE!
PLEASE DON’T FORGET YOU’RE RUNNING FOR RE-ELECTION NEXT YEAR,JERRY!
YOU CERTAINLY DON’T WANT ANGRY CONSTITUENTS LIKE US SHOWING UP AT ALL YOUR CAMPAIGN STOPS IN 2014, CARRYING AND ANGRILY WAVING HUGE SIGNS THAT SAY: “CRA GO AWAY!”, DO YOU?
PS: California Governor Brown vetoed a similar bill before.
(All California must continue pressuring Jerry to veto SB I once again if it manages to crawl onto his desk!)
(SEE BENEATH FOR DETAILS!)
VISIT: JWALSHCONFIDENTIAL.WORDPRESS.COM FOR SB1 UPDATES!
From: California Planning & Development Report <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: September 3, 2013, 6:46:30 AM PDT
To: JOHN <email@example.com>
Subject: CP&DR Sept 3, 2013 enews: CEQA, redevelopment bills still moving
Reply-To: California Planning & Development Report <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Major bills to reform CEQA and revive redevelopment continue to move through the Legislature. Both passed the Assembly Appropriations Committee on Friday and appear headed toward legislative approval.
The redevelopment bill, SB 1, would revive tax-increment financing only in specific locations without any impact on the state budget. It passed the committee on a party-line vote. Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed the bill last year.
The CEQA bill, SB 731, ran into more opposition from CEQA defenders — but it passed the committee unanimously.
The Legislature must put bills on Brown’s desk no later than September 13.