"We tweeted informed about a social event", Markovich prided himself.
What does Twitter, Facebook, or just about anything else on the Internet have to do with good government? Most residents are working two or three jobs to keep a roof over their families' heads on food on the table.
Instead of building a vibrant city on morals and good principle, the four young hoodlums who call themselves city councilmembers are taking advantage of the poor city.
If half the residents in the city live their legally, then they need to be cared for. Instead, the city council majority cares about their petty, limited political careers. I was astounded to learn about the costly citation fees in the city. The City manager is set to earn. . .$200,000 a year, plus benefits?
Torrance, CA City Manager Leroy Jackson supervises a city five times the size of Cudahy, and yet he has turned down salary increases, whether the press was good or bad.
In Cudahy, the city budget is overdrawn. The elected officials take out personal vendettas on little children. They spend money that the city does not have, and award lavish, unjustified contracts to labor unions, hoping to buy votes with other people's money.
They can't even get a newsletter done right. The older residents in the city wanted a basic newsletter. The city council decided to spend $4,000 on a glossy magazine filled with hefty propaganda as well as a strong environmentalist push.
The Big Green Agenda is looking to roll over American citizens and take over cities throughout the country, and rogue officials like Los Cuatro Corruptus de Cudahy are rolling over turning "Brown Towns" into easy money for their crony friends and special interest supporters.
Just look at the outrageous "One Cudahy-Una Comunidad" magazine.
Here's the front cover:
The second page promotes. . .the City Manager. Huh?
|City Manager Jose Pulido|
This bureaucrat is set to make $200,000 from an over-generous contract. He is overpaid, according to local activists. Sandra Orozco announced to the audience that he was fired from another city. Another Bell ringing in Southeastern Los Angeles? Is Pulido running for office? The city council spent big money for the residents to see a picture of their city manager. This is ridiculous.
|New Logo? How much did they spend on this idea?|
Wow! "Cudahy: Open Minds, Open Door". This new motto sounds like a backdoor attempt to push more illegal immigration. The city councilmembers have no open minds, because they cannot think for themselves. There are no open doors in Cudahy City Hall, considering the fact that the four rogues approved a four-day work week for city employees. Now local residents seeking help from the city will have only four days out of the week to speak with city staff. The doors are closing, not opening in Cudahy.
|Let's Talk Trash: Markovich, Garcia, Sanchez, Hernandez|
Is this little maze for the kids? It is way too simple. Why do children need to know where to throw trash, anyway? If this little game is for the adults in the city, then the council members have proven once again that they have no respect for their residents.
If we really do want to talk trash, let's talk about trashing Los Cuatros Corruptos.
This page talks about the General Plan, which really introduces Agenda 21 limitations on movement and ownership in the city.
|Cudahy Plan 2040? How About for 2017: Throw the bums out!|
Check out this picture:
One city councilmember, Jack Guerrero, has put up with all kinds of abuse. He has asked for more information, transparency, and accountability from his fellow members. They in turn choose to abuse him and refuse to listen to the Cudahy residents.
Check out this page:
Then there is this insipid title:
This is not the Old West. The title implies some kind of Western theme, but the whole magazine has this neo-modern look to it. Who writes this crap?!
This page is really interesting:
That's right. It's all about bringing up a child in a godly manner. Our success depends on learning how to behave, not relying on the government or other people to be responsible for us. I can think of four other people who needed strict parents when they were growing up. . .
Some statistics about Cudahy:
|Many families, relatively young population|
Many speak another language at home
This magazine was fawning and condescending, a waste of time and resources. $4,000 for a glossy newsletter, and yet the city is $1 million in the red. Four of the city councilmembers are corrupt and petty, looking for every means to stay elected, all while attacking the one honest city councilmember, Jack Guerrero.
The four clowns who supported this extravagance should pay back the city, then resign immediately afterwards.
Now that's a story worth printing, even if it costs $4,000.