Thursday, May 20, 2010

Coto de Caza Governance - An Illustration of Parasitic Bureaucracies

Posted by CotoBlogzz 05-20-2010 10:00 PM

Coto de Caza , CA - Vicentia Davis, on behalf of the Coto de Caza governance, aka the CZ Master Association board of directors is requesting comments from residents to a proposed rule change to restrict parking of recreational vehicles in the community,  by no later than June 10, 2010:  Our comment in one word?  Pathetic

For months we have been warning politicians and anyone who wants to listen about California’s Triple Threat:  1)  Unions, 2)  Parasitic Bureaucracies (merely unregistered, tax-funded lobbyists, such as LAFCO and CLRC for example) and 3) Lobbyists

The latest Coto de Caza proposed rule change is an example of 2) above:  Let me explain:  The association is wasting residents' money by promoting cityhood because in the words of director Bob Varo, CZ residents could get more services from the county, such as Sheriff services.  However, there is no accountability for OCSD  services:  wit the $8.5 million paid to the county by Rancho Santa Margarita  for Sheriff services:  No one in the state, county and or city can tell you if the city is getting its money’s worth – only that the money was spent. At the moment, the city pays some $134  per capita for Sheriff services, while CZ residents pay less than $4.00 for public safety.

Then there are the $3 million/year in subsidies the CZ Master  Association pays so that free-loaders  can enjoy the “Coto lifestyle,” not to mention the latest initiative to build a  Dog Park for Desperate and Lazy Pet Owners

Now consider that the association pays some $1.7 million per year for gate control, parking violations and courier services (the board routinely use the private security company as its personal courier).  What do residents get in return?  Tons of restrictions for residents – NOT for non-residents.  Non residents come and go as they please – free.  Residents are suffering a death from 1,000 restrictions.  Now, the association is proposing yet a new rule change!  Why?  So residents are restricted even more, while finding excuses to keep spending on gate control – to control residents.  Priceless, or Pathetic.  We think it is patently Pathetic!

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