Thursday, April 12, 2018

Preserve Sierra Madre: Incumbents Re-Elected to City Council - Plus: Possible Voter Fraud in Arcadia?

Mod: One organization that made a big difference this election was Preserve Sierra Madre. The following email blast went out yesterday as the city awoke to some very great news. Sierra Madre has entered a new era, one where the preservation message is no longer a minority one. This is where the leadership came from. April 24 will be a big day.

Dear Supporters: We are very excited to announce that the three incumbent candidates endorsed by Preserve Sierra Madre were re-elected to the Sierra Madre City Council following last night's resounding election victory!

Our congratulations go out to out-going Mayor Rachelle Arizmendi, Mayor Pro-Tem Denise Delmar and former Mayor Gene Goss. They all ran a great campaign and all their hard work and effort paid off in a resounding win.

Please join us on Tuesday, April 24th at 6:30 pm at the next City Council meeting to congratulate the three candidates and witness the formal installation of the new Mayor. It should be an exciting evening.

Our motto from the beginning was "why break up a good thing" and the voters saw fit to keep this City Council intact to continue their great work on behalf of all the residents of Sierra Madre.

Finally, a big thank you to all of our supporters who answered the call with your willingness to help make this result come to pass. You walked, you called, you allowed signs to be put up and most importantly, you voted!

Thank you for making a difference.  As always we appreciate your support.

Steering Committee
Preserve Sierra Madre

The City of Arcadia's strangely underwhelming response to possible voter fraud

Mod: You'd think that with the unofficial vote margin between Joyce Platt and Roger Chandler being razor thin this would be a matter of greater urgency than it apparently is for Arcadia City Hall. Check out this email sequence. The first has to do with the suspected sudden population explosion at disgraced former Mayor John Wuo's house.




Mod: This is a story The Tattler will be following closely. You might want to jump in as well. I think if enough people start sending emails and making calls we might actually get some action. Obviously the election in Arcadia is not over.

Arcadia's large remaining uncounted vote

Mod: There is a big article in today's edition of the Arcadia Weekly about Tuesday's election (link). Here is a part that jumps out.

Over in District 5, incumbent candidate Roger Chandler is barely ahead of first-time candidate and former school teacher Joyce Platt. In third place at last check was first-time candidate and self-funded pharmacist Jolly Wu. At 8:54 p.m. on Tuesday, Chandler had 704 votes, Platt held 659 votes and Wu had 264 votes.

However, the election is not yet over. Mailed ballots sent by Arcadians are still being accepted and counted, so long as they contain a postage stamp prior to April 10 and are received by April 13. The City Clerk’s office estimates around 500 votes have still not been counted, including expected mail-in ballots.

Mod: With this high number of uncounted votes, plus the now emerging story of possible voter fraud in District 5, Chandler's unofficial 45 vote lead could quickly evaporate over the next few days. Big story developing, peacock pals.

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115 comments:

  1. No surprise how Arcadia ‘govt’ is silent on this.
    Mailers attacking candidates based on age and disability? No problem, Dominic Lazzaretto says NOTHING.
    Examples of voter fraud, no problem, city defers to county.
    What a joke. Time for new Arcadia leadership.

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    1. A conspiracy of silence, or culture of silence, describes the behavior of a group of people of some size, as large as an entire national group or profession or as small as a group of colleagues, that by unspoken consensus does not mention, discuss, or acknowledge a given subject.

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    2. The culture at Arcadia City Hall remains very much in favor of the Chandler-Who-Harbicht gang. Nothing we're seeing now indicates otherwise.

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  2. If 500 more votes come in, does that mean Arcadia will have less people voting than Sierra Madre did?
    The numbers of people who participate in their own governments are disheartening.

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    1. Tom Beck in the Arcadia Weekly article is asked what his first priority will be in his second term on the City Council. He replied get rid of voting districts. The second one should be getting rid of mail in ballots.

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    2. I agree 6:13, snd I live in Sierra Madre. Obviously, too easy for voter fraud.

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    3. That comment from Tom Beck sounds very self-serving.

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    4. How's Bob Harbicht doing? Has he issued any statements blaming everybody else for his loss yet?

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    5. Bob’s still in Hawaii trying to find the manta rays.

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    6. His interests have always been a little fishy.

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    7. Beck self-serving? Hardly. Voting by districts is a disservice to Arcadia voters. Tom Beck is serving the public good by trying to reverse district voting in favor of at large voting. Voter fraud is alive and well in Arcadia and probably elsewhere too. All mail voting is fraught with abuses.

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    8. 9:05
      You need to stop preaching and learn some history:

      This is nothing but a white man superiority complex syndrome propaganda. A City over 60% Asians simply cannot govern itself. It needs the great white man to save them. This is how former US President Theodore Roosevelt's excuse to take over the Philippines aka the Philippine–American War.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philippine–American_War#Cultural_impact

      American opposition to the Philippine–American War:

      Some Americans, notably William Jennings Bryan, Mark Twain, Andrew Carnegie, Ernest Crosby, and other members of the American Anti-Imperialist League, strongly objected to the annexation of the Philippines. Anti-imperialist movements claimed that the United States had become a colonial power, by replacing Spain as the colonial power in the Philippines. Other anti-imperialists opposed annexation on racist grounds. Among these was Senator Benjamin Tillman of South Carolina, who feared that annexation of the Philippines would lead to an influx of non-white immigrants into the United States. As news of atrocities committed in subduing the Philippines arrived in the United States, support for the war flagged.

      Mark Twain famously opposed the war by using his influence in the press. He said the war betrayed the ideals of American democracy by not allowing the Filipino people to choose their own destiny.

      "There is the case of the Philippines. I have tried hard, and yet I cannot for the life of me comprehend how we got into that mess. Perhaps we could not have avoided it—perhaps it was inevitable that we should come to be fighting the natives of those islands—but I cannot understand it, and have never been able to get at the bottom of the origin of our antagonism to the natives. I thought we should act as their protector—not try to get them under our heel. We were to relieve them from Spanish tyranny to enable them to set up a government of their own, and we were to stand by and see that it got a fair trial. It was not to be a government according to our ideas, but a government that represented the feeling of the majority of the Filipinos, a government according to Filipino ideas. That would have been a worthy mission for the United States. But now—why, we have got into a mess, a quagmire from which each fresh step renders the difficulty of extrication immensely greater. I'm sure I wish I could see what we were getting out of it, and all it means to us as a nation."[130]
      In a diary passage removed by Twain's first biographical editor Thomas Bigelow Paine, Twain refers to American troops as "our uniformed assassins" and describes their killing of "six hundred helpless and weaponless savages" in the Philippines as "a long and happy picnic with nothing to do but sit in comfort and fire the Golden Rule into those people down there and imagine letters to write home to the admiring families, and pile glory upon glory."[131]

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    9. Certainly explains the Harbicht and Chandler campaigns.

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    10. 11:16 - why didn't you run?

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    11. Because I'm white

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    12. Explains your addiction to pseudo-intellectual twaddle.

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    13. Can't explain to someone that lives in a bubble.

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    14. Do always make such lazy assumptions about people you've never met?

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    15. see 1:29 response

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    16. 1:38: No, I think 1:29 made the assumption based what's coming out of your mouth 1:17

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    17. This is getting confusing.

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  3. Lisa Mussenden is too busy to contact the LA County Register Recorder office herself, as a service to her community?
    Someone remind me, how much she makes and what kind of life-long benefits she has.

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    1. Pay & benefits, around $150,000.00 a year, according to Transparent California. You can see why she can't be bothered with details like voter fraud.

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    2. Think of all the paperwork.

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    3. Lisa is a typical city worker kowtower.

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    4. She is overpaid city employee doing very little. That's what I heard from city hall.

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    5. Complain all you want on this blog. Doesn’t help. Go challenge this voter crap by requesting meeting with Lazzaretto is the only way people.

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    6. 10:56,
      Well do tell us something dat we don't know already... Duhhh!

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    7. Meeting? Have you heard that Arcadia Transportation Taskforce already have almost 2 years meetings with Dominic, Jason, Phil, and transportation director plus our Mayor, they are going no where. What make you think that you will get it resolved by meeting with Dominic? They all fell through the city hall's biggest crack in the world!
      Someone give me a bottle of "Dominic walk off city hall!", It will makes all of us feel much better. Partying Now!

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    8. 1:01,
      Looks like the city workers will not land a job with the fast-paced industry: fast food services, Google, Microsoft...

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    9. There is just something about Lazzaretto that makes me suspicious of the dude.

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  4. Are there bigger priorities than guaranteeing the integrity of the election process?

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  5. Very interesting Arcadia story, Mod. Will be very interested in follow-up stories. How often does this illegal voting happen in CA?

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    1. Have read about these illegal voting, among other frauds in the LA Times and other news media covering local elections.

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    2. The typical underbelly of local elections.

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  6. Preserve Sierra Madre has a large group of die hard supporters. Once they endorsed the three incumbents it was over for Andy Bencosme.

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    1. The old guard Buchanan/Mosca "Civility Party" group looks to be dead in the water.

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    2. Don't let your guard down. The "Uncivil Civility Party" people will be back in force in two years.

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    3. I agree. But it is fun to note that they just lost their second election in a row.

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    4. Don't be too sure - remember, their motivation is money, and they are still in the game. We were lucky that Jose Andy Bencosme's campaign wasn't more effective. Even so, he fooled 800 or so people. Maybe 100 knew exactly what he was about, but the others were tricked.

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    5. Most of the so-called civility party are realtors, and they are doing very well in this housing market. Just like everyone else preservation is putting money in their pockets.

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    6. I agree 7:43 and 7:45, don't let your guard down. Another election in two years when the two incumbents can't run. It costs an insane amount of money to even run in our little election.

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  7. I'm on Preserve Sierra Madre's email list and they did seem pretty organized in mobilizing their supporters to vote for Delmar, Goss and Arizmendi.

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  8. If anyone wants to join Preserve Sierra Madre, just send them an email at preservesierramadrenow@gmail.com
    They also have a website: www.PreserveSierraMadre.com

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  9. I’m still hungover from Tuesday night. What’s been happening?

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  10. I was told that that Benscombe ran for name recognition in two years. Rather ironically, after all that came out this time, about his lies by omission and ties to out of town realtors, I will work hard to get him defeated.

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    1. Who was Andy's campaign manager. That person should be run out of town on a rail for malfeasance. It has to go down as one of the most inept campaigns in the history of Sierra Madre politics. As bad as the candidate was, his campaign manager was worse.

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  11. Preserve Sierra Madre why such low voter turn out?

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    1. I believe the members of Preserve Sierra Madre did vote.

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    2. We have a nation-wide problem of voter apathy.

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  12. 6:38, there are a few people who are passionate about our town, and we can be thankful for the day Matt Bryant bought a house here, and immediately became threatened by the potential for cookie cutter homes at the Monestary.

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  13. Nice painting of the canyon bridge and "doll house", the scale of the two humans appears to be off, they have the appearance of miniatures next to the stone cement guard rails.
    Just an observation, not critiquing, the piece is beautifully done, pastels capture the Canyon beauty.

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  14. Why would anyone think that a former Mayor who had no problem with the Gem Coins crime wave would balk at a little voter fraud? I wonder what he'll think if his kids and aged parents are all thrown in the clink?

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    1. Mayor Wuo has always been ethically flexible.

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  15. 6:51am. You got that right! Mr. Bryant is a self serving real estate agent, he had you all fooled thinking it was about preservation.
    The man lives next to the property, he didn't want the disruption of a construction site.

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    1. Do bitter much? Begone, loser @ 7:11.

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    2. So his living next to one of the last open spaces in that part of our town disqualifies him from caring about preservation?
      Bryant is a Godsend. And it's amazing how this happens in Sierra Madre; repeatedly, one person or group of people step up to take the burden of organizing against those who was to turn us into everywhere else. We have a long tradition of overcoming the odds, and it's thanks to people like Matt Bryant.
      I'm just hoping he'll become a council member.

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    3. I agree. This town is a much better place now. Matt is one of those who deserves credit.

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    4. 7:11 must be one of the Monastery developers and hopefully not one of the Priests up there whose a little sore that their big housing project got stopped.

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  16. Poop-Poop-Gate:
    Heard that the City Code Enforcement is afraid to cite John Wuo for violating Arcadia Pooper-Scooper Laws. I wonder why...

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    1. Is it me or I'm seeing a trend that nothing gets done these days at City Hall without complaining publicly at the CC meeting?

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    2. Even complaining publicly at the CC meeting, it could fall through the crack from Jason Kruckeberg, the city assistant manager. Please look at Feb. CC meeting. Jason apologized to an elderly man who months earlier had promised a call and then had been totally forgotten. My experience is his crack is so big that I can not see the other end of it!

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    3. John Wuo is definitely a real irresponsible dog-owner by disrespecting his neighbors private properties.

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    4. If you can't wait for the Code Enforcement to take action, here is a temporary suggestion from one of Wuo's neighbor. Pick up Wuo's dog poop and put it into a paper bag and deliver it to his house front steps with a message "You left something in my yard".

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  17. Chandler is trying to steal this election.

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    1. It was the only way he could get re-elected.

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  18. 7:46,
    I heard that a particular Arcadia code enforcement staff loves to threaten the Asian-mom-and-pop stores for possible violation of restricted parking markings painted on parking bumpers on private property parking lot. When the store owner asked the code enforcement staff why this same alleged violation was allowed in stripping malls and supermarkets parking lots in Arcadia, no explanation was given by him. This matter was brought to the attention of the HOA president by the store owner but the code enforcement staff refused to take his repeated phone calls.

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    1. This code enforcement man sounds like a classic bully.

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    2. 7:46, The owner/HOA president should request the Parking Violation Code for the alleged violation from the City. Sounds like incompetence from the code enforcement staff otherwise he would not refused to take the phone calls if he didn't do anything wrong.

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    3. 7:46 - There's name for this type of act: "Discrimination"!

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  19. If people own vacation property as well as their primary residence could they elect to register to vote where that vacation property is located? They could chose to register to vote where they think their vote in local elections would be most useful and then in the county and national elections from that same address. The violation would be if they were attempting to register to vote with more than one official address for that voter registration. Someone will find the answer to this and let us know.

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    1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vernon,_California#Recent_history
      Enjoy reading

      Not too long ago in the City of Vernon, CA

      Elections of 2006:

      The city held no contested or meaningfully competitive elections from 1980 to 2006. The 'Los Angeles Democrat' said city officials virtually "handpick their colleagues"[citation needed]; Out of five city council members serving at the time, only one had been chosen by the voters, the other four having been appointed to their positions by city officials.

      Most of the city's less than 90 voters are city employees or connected to city employees who live in homes rented at a nominal fee. In 1979 a firefighter tried to run for mayor and was immediately evicted and told he couldn't run. In 2006 a group of outsiders tried to move into Vernon and run for office. The city tried to cancel their registrations but was ordered to allow them to run and to count the ballots. Almost none of the city employees voted for them. Leonis Malburg, the mayor for fifty years, was convicted of voter fraud, conspiracy, and perjury in December 2009. In May 2011, the former city administrator Bruce Malkenhorst, Sr., accepted a plea deal for misappropriating $60,000 in public funds.

      In 2006, a controversy arose concerning a few people who moved into Vernon and ran for city council. This marked the first time in more than two decades that there was a competitive race for city council. In 2006, eight people converted a 1950s era office building into a five-room apartment (the building had previously been used as a tanning facility turning sheepskin into billiard/pool pockets), and three of them filed to run for office. The city responded by cutting off their power and moving to evict them as illegal squatters.[28] The City of Vernon alleged that the men were part of a hostile takeover attempt by convicted felon Albert Robles, who nearly bankrupted the nearby city of South Gate as treasurer and Eduardo Olivo, a former Vernon attorney who also worked with Albert T. Robles, in South Gate.

      On June 30, California Secretary of State Bruce McPherson called on the city to count the votes and expressed his support for the state to take over the responsibility of conducting the city's elections. During the trial it was alleged that all three of the newcomer candidates had direct ties to Albert T. Robles. Alejandro Lopez is a first cousin, David Johnson, Jr., is the brother-in-law of a business partner, Don A. Huff is associated through Eduardo Olivo. In March 2006, Judge David P. Yaffe ruled the city cannot prohibit legally registered voters who reside within its boundaries from running for city council. The city had to be ordered to allow the election to proceed. An election was held under a court order on April 11, 2006. But the city clerk, Bruce Malkenhorst, Jr., refused to count the ballots until the legal disputes were resolved and temporarily ordered the ballots to be sealed. In August 2006, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Aurelio Munoz, ruled that the newcomers received free rent and jobs prior to registering to vote and that they were involved in a scheme orchestrated by Albert T. Robles and Eduardo Olivo to "steal" the election, but that such actions were not illegal. On October 16, 2006, it was announced that city officials were ready to count the votes from the contested April 11 election. The officials failed to prove their claim of voter fraud. A judge granted Vernon's motion to count the votes.

      The challengers lost by a landslide

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  20. 7:50am. Hypocrite!!!
    Your obsession with the profession of Real Estate Agent not being a good fit for SM Council has come back to bite you in your butt!

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    1. Calm down. Drink some milk.

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    2. 9:57 - ask a friend.

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    3. What 9:32? Real estate agent is not necessarily a bad profession, only when you accept money from out of town realtors for your campaign and refuse to admit that you are a realtor, like Andy did.

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    4. Somebody's got to tell 9:32 how the election went.

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    5. There is some pain out there.

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    6. 10:30A I was hoping you would be my friend.

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    7. Facebook or real?

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  21. Moving to a district and establishing "overnight" residence to be eligible to run for office is another matter. Time constraints all around to govern that.

    Registering to vote where one "resides" and in only one place is different. AND there are deadlines that are needed to be met to be eligible to vote in an upcoming election. You move to a new address, and you no longer live at the old one are you need to reregister to vote at your new address if you want to vote in the community for a local election that is represented by your new address. Voter information may go to your old address and you will self-disinfranchise. If you have a permanent address where you are registered to vote you go back to that community to vote. Simple. Don't vote in two jurisdictions, don't vote more than once EVER in an election.

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  22. 7:37am. Lol. I suppose the "uncivil" party people are not serving the town by volunteering and sitting on all the commission's.
    The pathway is clear to everyone else on how the city of Sierra Madre will be developed.

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    1. The Tattler did a great article years ago about volunteering. It's not really something to do in order to brag about it.
      http://sierramadretattler.blogspot.com/2009/07/whats-in-it-for-me.html

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  23. 754am. Matt's a chip off the old block his dad, retired Real Estate owner/agent Dan Bryant.

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    1. There are many good Realtors out there. Just like there are good lawyers and landscapers. Tarring everyone with the same brush is just ignorant.

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  24. Excellent way of describing, and fastidious post to get information regarding my presentation focus, which i am going to present in academy.

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  25. 9:57am. Because milk is calming for seniors, the others just uncork a bottle of wine or cawl out of the Buckeneer lounge.

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  26. "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majoriety, it is time to stop and reflect". MT.

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    1. Man, you still spell that word wrong... and it’s been years

      Time to stop and reflect

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  27. Who / when painted that view of Sturtevant St?

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    1. Dunno...

      Ironically, the home depicted wasn’t preserved. One there now looks good tho.

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    2. It's still there. Put on your truth glasses.

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    3. That site looks like the intersection of canyon and sturtevant with the old free wall being on the right past the bridge? If so, different house now.

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    4. Is this a photo? I thought it was a painting.

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    5. ‘Truth glasses’ guy fail

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  28. The building depicted was a second store where a new house is now. It was not in operation in 1972 when I moved in to the canyon. I can't remember how much of the store was still there. Or what year it was torn down. Or what year the house that is there now was built. The perspective does give you the rock wall to the west of the turn onto Sturtevant from Woodland. Behind the bridge to the left is Cañon coming up to Sturtevant.

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  29. Buildings and houses evolve over the years. Can someone explain what this is all about? It looks like a nice picture.

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    1. It is a nice painting of the entrance to the canyon across the 1930s bridge at the Little Sierra Madre Canyon creek at Cañon and Sturtevant and Woodland Dr. The building is another old store (long gone) that did canyon grocery business as did Mary's Market which is still up Woodland a ways, under new ownership. Please go to Mary's Market for breakfast or lunch, Tuesday-Sunday.

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    2. The artist's name is Fil Mottola, who was born in 1915. 103 years ago. Lived in Laguna Niguel. The title is Sierra Madre Canyon. Obviously it was painted some time ago. One poster's concern about the building not being preserved, and blaming that on Preserve Sierra Madre, is the funniest thing I read here today.

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    3. Is that the same artist whose paintings hang on the bank of the west on the blvd?

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    4. Fil my what?

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    5. Fil D. Basket.

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  30. Now that Sierra Madre is in the CLEAR from the FPPC, who really care about Arcadia's political problems? Or should they? Only time and money will tell.

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    1. The same developers that wrecked much of Arcadia also have their eyes on Sierra Madre. That is what joins the two towns at the hip. Not sure what your FPPC remark was all about.

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  31. Los Angeles County Registrar's Office reports Chin Rong Wuo registered to vote at 2315 Lee Ave in 1998, he is a registered Republican, he is 92 years old and he voted in 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016. John Wuo at same address in 2004, Republican, 64 yo, voted in 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016. Same for Jane Wuo except she is 63. Jefferey's info is the same except he is 38 yo and only voted in 2012, 2014 and 2016. Jennifer is 34, a registered Democrat, registered at this address in 2012, voted in 2012, not 2014. Jonathan is 30 years old and has been registered to vote at this address since 2004. He voted in 2012 and 2016.

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    1. Where do they live?

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    2. ???Chin Rong Wuo registered to vote at 2315 Lee Ave in 1998. I thought John was my neighbor near Alta and First at the time. They moved away to a house instead around 2002.

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    3. Jonathan can not be 30 now if he registered to vote in 2004. Because he was only 16 in 2004. He could not register to vote.

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    4. Whoopsie! Can he live in Pasadena and vote in Arcadia, too?

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    5. LA County Registrar’s office has 2004 for Jonathan and his age as 30. It seems something with the Registrar is wrong. Either the Registrar is reporting the wrong age or the wrong year of registration. All of the above are registered to vote at the Lee Ave address.

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    6. It could be cooked up nonsense designed to deflect concerned citizens. That is my guess. The County isn't that stupid. The other big question (if applicable) is do the people registered to that address actually live there. The evidence is they do not.

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  32. Attention Tay Followers:
    Those of you that were conned into voting for Chandler,please realize the election is over. You can now throw your Chandler yard signs in the trash.
    Good job following Tay direction and managing to figure out the voting process. You demonstrated you were in fact trainable, similar to a dog.

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  33. Let us move the Sierra Madre Tattler Comment section to April 17, 5PM at City Council Conference Room. It is a closed section but there is Public Comment (5 mins time for each speaker). Let us do our comments about the Performance on City Manager-Mr. Lazzaretto. Let the city councils know how unsatisfied that we are to city manager's performance from his unproductive city employees, John Wuo's dog poo, election fraud, election yard signs littering around city, mailer attacking candidates' age and disability, letting things fell through his biggest crack, and.... He does not desired to have any raised. Can someone bring him a bottle of Johnnie Walker to make him feeling better? This will be on the closed section agenda. Let us get ready over the weekend!

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  34. 1-800-815-2666 #5 option to report possible fraud
    ( fraudulent voting - recording allows a message to be left)
    I am awaiting a call back, left the address & mentioned the Tattler article & comments.
    How many others actually phoned to ask for investigating this matter?
    Please phone. You must leave your name & address to inquire.

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