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David Piepho, Alamo's new police chief

Original post made by Hal on Sep 22, 2010

Dear Dolores,

REF: Web Link

Once again, an unwanted and unwelcome CCC-MAC Alamo is being inserting into our community. This time, as amateurs, in the committee that represents our public safety, P-2B, and serves as Alamo neighborhoods' direct connection to the Sheriff.

As district 3 volunteers compliant to the political will and interests of Mary Piepho, neighborhoods cannot find anything safe about CCC-MAC Alamo members being involved in our public safety.

Once again, Contra Costa County is Democracy inaction!

Comments (7)

Posted by [removed], a resident of another community
on Sep 22, 2010 at 11:30 pm

Well said Hal. If we crazies stick together, we might be able to take over!

Posted by Slime Watch, a resident of Alamo
on Sep 23, 2010 at 8:26 am

The Piepho slime is slithering the entire south county and is surfacing in our neighborhoods. These dictators need to be stopped for the betterment of community. Don't forget the damage that Hitler did before it is too late.

Posted by Hal, a resident of Alamo
on Sep 24, 2010 at 9:01 am

Dear Dolores,

We need to congratulate Gina Channell Allen in now achieving sponsorship of more than 40 pseudonyms as she continues her defamation of our region's neighborhoods and expands such actions into all of district 3.

Her tell-tale style of defamation continues as she pretends to be a prominent neighborhood representative of Discovery Bay neighborhoods in this exchange. Such is intended to distract your readers from the actions of Mary Piepho in Alamo and the dire impact her amateur staff of MAC members will have on public safety in our community.

Let's be sure to continue to invite commentary by your readers on Mary's unwanted and unwelcome MAC in Alamo and its growing alienation from Alamo region neighborhood, business district and community groups.

Posted by cardinal, a resident of Diablo
on Sep 24, 2010 at 9:40 am

I think Mr. Piepho really has his eye on that lucrative San Ramon CM sinecure.

After all, with that pension it's hard for Mr. Moniz to justify continuing to work.

Posted by Hal, a resident of Alamo
on Sep 26, 2010 at 8:53 am

Dear Dolores,

Disclosure after the fact by Mary Piepho once again.

REF: Web Link

Now that P-2B does not exist and Alamo has lost its expert panel from the P-2B committee, we must expect a far different attitude by the sheriff's Alamo substation toward our neighborhoods and business district.

It would seem journalism is required to fully explain this closed-door decision by Mary and how our P-2B funds will serve Alamo.

Posted by [removed], a resident of another community
on Sep 28, 2010 at 8:24 am

I am a Discovery Bay resident and Don Flint is not a "prominent neighborhood representative of Discovery Bay". Mr. Baily is highly confused to say so on the internet and shows how little a grasp on reality Mr. Baily has.

Don't you agree?

Posted by Hal, a resident of another community
on Sep 28, 2010 at 1:44 pm

Dear Dolores,

I would like to thank CCC District III for providing a response to this exchange. It would be considerate of CCC-District III's designated author, Mr. Bill Richardson, for CCC District III to use language more typically professional in recognition of Mr. Richardson's background as an architect.

Since Don Flint has authored none of the commentary in this exchange, we can only wonder why CCC District III felt it appropriate to create a response. Neither is it appropriate to provide identity of participants in Delta region neighborhoods forum or the leadership of Discovery Bay neighborhoods in response.

The specific subject to be distracted by such CCC District III commentary remains the subject of this exchange. Mary N. Piepho has once again fired Alamo residents from an Alamo advisory committee, P-2B, which creates a loss of expertise in police services to our region's neighborhoods. Ms. Piepho is causing these experts to re-apply and be joined by her volunteer staff of CCC-MAC Alamo members. There is no current promise that these experts will be re-appointed.

Alamo neighborhoods are looking for your readers' responses related to Ms. Piepho's actions.

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