Waiting for Backup? It's arrived in the form of George Rodericks.
Original post made by Election purchased on Mar 6, 2013
"Waiting for Backup" details Menlo Park's alleged difficulties in hiring and retaining police officers during the height of the financial boom/bubble.
Why did Rodericks include this IN THE MIDDLE OF WHAT ARE SUPPOSED TO BE ADVERSARIAL NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE APOA?
Why does the APOA-PAC have the SAME ARTICLE up on their website?
It's really not that hard to figure out. The APOA-PAC endorsed and gave money to candidates Elizabeth Lewis and Cary Wiest. They now own these candidates. Atherton Sergeant Sherman Hall said at a negotiation meeting last year that the APOA-PAC was ENTITLED to OWN council members. Almanac, fact check this quote from this problem officer.
Rodericks is now up for a compensation adjustment for refusing to live in the house. Instead of lowering his salary to send him a message that it's a privilege to be the Atherton city manager and live in the city manager's house, Lewis and Wiest are considering RAISING the SALARY.
What better shill to pay back the APOA-PAC than Rodericks? Lewis and Wiest get Rodericks to advance the APOA-PAC's cause, they claim they're just following the city manager's recommendations, and Rodericks gets his raise.
The only loser in this is the Atherton taxpayer. Just the way the APOA-PAC wants it. And something Cary Wiest and Elizabeth Lewis care nothing about.
The Almanac seems to be hibernating, especially on the laws broken in this so-called election through felony voter fraud and voting card falsification by a former Atherton mayor and Wiest/Lewis endorser and ally.
Who is standing up for the taxpayer here? With Kathy McKeithen gone, only Bill Widmer seems to have the taxpayer's interests in mind.
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