Saturday, June 03, 2006

More Varo's Compelling Offers and Programs – Slurry this time

Well, the ink is not even dry yet on the agreement for road work that was to have started in days. Instead, the Orange County Register today (Friday, June 02, 2006) reports that “ According to C. J. Klug, property manager for the CZ Master Association, the contractor will not be able to start until August 1”- My, my, what a surprise!

Just a few days ago, former Coto de Caza board member Joe Morabito made a compelling argument for the board to go out and bid property management services (see below). Our response in part was……” On the other hand, the June 2006 President's letter does mention that the association went out to get several bids for slurry services. The last time we heard this, we got a compelling offer and program by firing Securitas and replacing them with UPS - so perhaps we do need to audit that bidding process as well - not that we do not trust the board nor Keystone, but we do not trust Keystone!”

Our words turned to be prophetic, again! We still want to audit this slurry bid process!

We do not make jokes, we simply watch the Coto de Caza Board of directors, the LA Trash and the Orange Crud Repository and report the facts

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