Friday, July 14, 2006

The Orange County Registger Adporting

In the coverage of the Coto de Caza safety committee-of-one held July 11, 2006, the July 14 issue of the CanyonLife reports that “During the meeting Coto resident Ed Caruso asked if reports that the CHP would be fired from conducting traffic patrols within the community were true. Board President Varo stated they were not true and the CHP would not be fired”

What it does not report is that when the same reporter quoted Lyle Schieder, former board member, to the effect that UPS, the Coto private security company, was not providing any patrol service, the Best City Manager Ever (formerly known as the Keystone general manager), simply attributed this to “incorrect reporting”.

It also does not report that in private (we have sworn affidavit to this effect) Varo explicitly stated that he is planning to fire the CHP as soon as the Welcome Home Center is converted into a Sheriff’s sub-station.

Anyone wants to bet that when the public safety committee is finally seated (estimated to be around 2050), they will recommend that the Coto turns into a city and that the CHP be fired?

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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