Yucca Valley, Ca. – In a unbelievable chain of events in the saga of the Lovell family pets, Blaze and Dakota (and now their four puppies), the Press Release by the Town of Yucca Valley indicates they (Nuaimi) have spent in excess of $51,500.00 on this case.
The Lovell family recently received an email from the town attorney stating the puppies could be picked up if they sign a waiver releasing the town of liability in the event the puppies fail to thrive. (link here) The puppies were born around 29th which would make them barely a week old when removed from their mother. In a recent Press Release by the Town of Yucca Valley, the Staff made a deliberate decision to keep Dakota and Blaze together because the male refused to eat or drink when he was separated from his sibling.
This is happening at a time when the town is seeking a sales tax measure asking the voters to place over $160 million into the hands of the Town Manager, Mark Nuaimi and contractors are preparing to bid on the $3.1 million dollar animal shelter.
How in the world did the Yucca Valley Town Council approve of spending our tax dollars on such a fiasco? Is Town Manager, Mark Nuaimi, is running amok with blank checks forgetting he an employee of this town, not the Mayor of Fontana?
Where was Mayor Dawn Rowe on all this? How can you justify this expenditure? Click here for August 22nd Court documents.
Another reason to vote NO on the general fund tax this November. Look at the Town’s expenditure of $51,500.00!
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