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Councilmen Mintz and Corbin’s Corrupt Junket to Sacramento

By   /  January 28, 2014  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms, Feature  /  3 Comments

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-  EDITORIAL  OPINION OF BRANSON HUNTER  - Twentynine Palms -How low can you people stoop? Councilmen Mintz and Corbin were paraded up to Sacramento by the real power in this city, — Schyster bond attorney, A. Patrick Munoz. You all know Munoz, the  “Wolf of Twentynine Palms” who plunged the city into a $30 million […]

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A reasonable plan for Twentynine Palms…

By   /  September 23, 2013  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms  /  Comments Off

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The San Bernardino City Council, after driving the city into ruins, has learned its lesson: Tonight it will begin asking residents and other members of the public “What they think is important for the city to prioritize and consider.” Meanwhile, 29 Palms these past years and to this very day, has willingly and recklessly driven itself […]

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Is Twentynine Palms Solvent?

By   /  July 26, 2013  /  29 Palms, Opinion  /  16 Comments

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RES IPSA LOQUITUR Twentynine Palms, CA – Res Ipsa Loquitur is Latin for “The thing speaks for itself.” It’s a doctrine of law that one is presumed to be negligent based upon the facts, and that a duty exists for a person to act reasonably. We in 29 Palms have neither been reasonable nor responsible […]

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Taxpayer’s fiscal interests pushed aside?

By   /  July 21, 2013  /  29 Palms, Opinion  /  Comments Off

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Twentynine Palms, CA – Positive dynamics and diversity are absent on the city council. Taxpayers fiscal interests have been pushed aside in an indisputable “spending spree” over the last few years. Even though the city has a long term debt of $31, 000,000, we have councilmen whom have no intentions of making efforts in terms […]

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Playing the Bond Game, Taxpayers Lose

By   /  July 14, 2013  /  News  /  Comments Off

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At the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association we have a saying, “It may be legal but that does not make it right.”  Assemblyman Don Wagner, (R-Irvine) has introduced AB 621, which would bar government officials from hiring securities companies that provide contributions or campaign assistance in support of bond measures. Foxes & Hounds, By Jon Coupal | Friday, July 12th, […]

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Commentary & Statewide Summary of Rutan & Tucker Redevelopment Litigation

By   /  June 13, 2013  /  29 Palms  /  3 Comments

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   UPDATED Wednesday, June 13, 2013 @ 4:35 pm. PREFACE A. Patrick Munoz and his behemoth law firm Rutan & Tucker (where Munoz is a law firm partner) are legal counsel for Twentynine Palms and the 29 Palms Successor Agency. Below is a synopsis of all their Redevelopment Litigation around the state suing government entities. In […]

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Should the public have a voice when cities venture in bonds, and revamp downtown areas?

By   /  March 18, 2013  /  29 Palms, Opinion, RDA  /  10 Comments

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If you said no you may be a Twentynine Palms or Sacramento city official, a city manager, a law firm raking in the dough from bond ventures, or from the League of California Cities. Should the public have a voice and a vote before a city  incurs a bond debt? Should cities be required to […]

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Putting out fires with garden hoses

By   /  January 16, 2013  /  29 Palms, Opinion  /  1 Comment

Where is the “can do” attitude? It has been sacked with a “can’t do” mentality. Interestingly, the only two remaining members on the city council who brought the city over the financial cliff by voting for and securing a good-for-nothing $31 million bond debt — with nothing to show for it but for another debt […]

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Where is the Razzle-Dazzle over bond debts now?

By   /  April 11, 2012  /  29 Palms, News  /  1 Comment

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Much like 29 Palms, the City of Riverbank was  razzled-dazzled onto believing that taking out a $15.4 million debt bond to “eliminate blight and spur economic development” was a deal made in heaven. Much like 29 Palms,  Riverbank spend $1.7 million to buy a playhouse and renovate the Del Rio Theater for a performing arts […]

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