Greetings From the Hinterland
Greetings from Northern California. After a rocky start in a faulty RV, my family and I finally ditched the plans to go camping (actually, RVing) and decided to rough it in a nice hotel near San Francisco.
The reason for this late post, if you have not figured it out by now, is there will be no Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday, July 10, 2012. Apparently, building has just slowed down for the time being, giving our intrepid commissioners a couple of weeks of breathing space. After dealing with the Bret Fairbanks issue earlier this year, I say they deserve it. Besides, Chuck Puckett needs some Facebook time with Lisa Woolery, who appears to be more than happy to let him campaign for free on the city dime.
Now, Chuck has made it plain that he intends to run for mayor… uh, councilmember, yet he has not stepped down from the Planning Commission as I think he will be required to do. Ah, it could be he is waiting until the last minute, when he has to file his intention statement. Maybe he plans on turning in his resignation at the same time. In any case, Jerry….uh,…. I mean, John…..yeah, John…. will have time to find a suitable righty replacement on the commission.
Also, Chuck, I suggest you check with Doug Davert, our former mayor and councilmember. His partner, David Loe, can probably suggest some places around town where you can see another lingerie show before you get elected. Get it out of your system, you know. And, if you don’t want to be recognized, maybe John or Al can loan you their Mardi Gras masks. I’d show them to you but I promised John not to use them again. You can see them here, though.
So, having found a hotel that does not charge me for a WiFi connection, I am sure I will be blogging from afar. Although my heart is in San Francisco, my thoughts will be with Our Town Tustin.
Posted on July 9, 2012, in Local Government, politics, Tustin City Commissions and tagged chuck puckett, city council elections, conspiracy theories, Doug Davert, john nielsen, lingerie parties, tustin planning commission. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.