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City Manager Predicts Project Phoenix in 2014

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crystal-ballTwentynine Palms, Ca.,- Reporter Rebecca Unger asked what are the Changes and Challenges facing the city for 2014.

Here is the response from Twentynine Palms City Manager Joe Guzzetta:

“The City Council’s top concern is economic development, and I think we’re moving in a positive direction. We hope to access $10 million in Project Phoenix funds to begin the exciting process of revitalizing our downtown,” Guzzetta said.

 

“We also hope to make the most out of our partnerships with the chamber of commerce, the Marine Base, the county and all our neighbors in the Joshua Tree gateway communities and we look forward to another successful art show and fair in conjunction with Joshua Tree National Park.”

 

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  1. Seems city managers are all pretty much robotic when it comes to reckless spending, empire building and the inability to ascertain priorities for the entire population.

    Is there much difference between previously terminated managers Mark Nuaimi and Richard Warne -- and Twentynine Palms City Manager Joe Guzzetta?

    Answer: While Nuaimi and Warne love golden parachutes, Guzzetta gets a mental tune-up fantasizing about access $10 million in Project Phoenix funds.

    This city council have one purpose, spend as much money as they can before three lamb ducks terms expire in 2014.

    Seems it a better path to pay down the bond debt.

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