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Councilman Jay Corbin Will Not Seek Another Term, But Watch Those City Reserves

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Twentynine Palms – Council member Jay Corbin, the current rotating Mayor pro tem, has made public that he will not seek another  term.

corbin2 The undersigned wishes Mr. Corbin excellent good health and a bounty of happiness in the future. It has been a pleasure lampooning him while he served on the city council. Mr. Corbin is the only one on the council that has greeted me in a friendly manner at council meetings, while city council guy Jim Harris projects bad vibes that he want  to tear my tongue out with his bare hands and eat it.

Corbin told local broadcast news that he wants to see the dog park come to fruition before his term ends in late 2014. The issues has appeared on the council agenda. Even though I too believe the city ought to have a dog park for its residents and visitors, now hear  this Mr. Corbin:

KEEP YOUR HANDS  OFF CITY RESERVES! for non-priority projects! It must be noted that CITY STAFF recommended using City Reserves for this dog park. They also recommended using City Reserves for another non-priority project. Does the City manager and Staff understand that California now is mired in its worst recession since the Great Depression.” — Dan Walters, Sacramento Bee, story posted 1/23/2014.

RSG Matt McClearyOFF-TOPIC: You can bet your boots that RGS Consultant Matt McCleary – turned grossly overpaid 29 Palms Community Development Development Director – is also behind RAIDING City Reserves. McCleary is addicted to spending local taxpayers money. On balance, the harm he has done to this city is absolutely outweighed by any good. In fact, McCleary has wreaked havoc on this city and driven it into the worst debt nightmare imaginable.




Good luck Jay Corbin. 

By Branson Hunter | News, commentary, opinion



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  1. Dan OBrien Dan OBrien says:

    Can’t say I am not happy to see the guy go.

  2. If Jim Harris doesn’t seek another term, I beat that Dan. I’ll do a dozen backward flips in the intersection of Adobe & SR 62, then drop a Acorn in a plant pot filled with soil and watch it grow.

    The whole point is there must be a change on the city council in 2014 because things just aren’t working-out. Nobody is looking out for the taxpayer. They are all looking out for A. Patrick Munoz / Rutan & Tucker’s bank account.

    • Mark Clemons Mark Clemons says:

      May I predict the 2014 election will see record low voter turnout locally, the clique that has reaped the tax dollars will remain in the driver’s seat. There is a way to energize the voters to participate give them a realistic chance to make a meaningful change, the bad taste of the 2012 election has not dissipated for many I have talked to. A good deal of the voters would like a chance at firing this very divisive city along with the city’s attorney and his fellow profiteers.

      Wed the fifth of November I will be posting I told you so

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