Town Square

Considering Public Safety

Original post made by E-exchanges, Alamo, on Apr 9, 2011

Dear [removed]

This story contains 172 words.

If you are a paid subscriber, check to make sure you have logged in. Otherwise our system cannot recognize you as having full free access to our site.

If you are a paid print subscriber and haven't yet set up an online account, click here to get your online account activated.


Like this comment
Posted by jjj
a resident of Alamo
on Apr 10, 2011 at 9:12 am

who does this old fool think he is fooling? over the past years he has complained of others using different names but he seems to have many.
and who the hell is alamo e exchange i know for fact i have lived in alamo many more years than he has and if we need to exchange birth certificates pick a place and show up with yours. i will be there with mine. alamo was a much nicer place without this know everything and his phony organizations

Like this comment
Posted by CDSI Research
a resident of another community
on Apr 13, 2011 at 7:15 am

Dear [removed]

The general consensus from polling central and east county communities and neighborhoods is support for full funding of public safety as police, fire and district attorney operations. The concerns expressed in commentary among those polled are the priorities of supervisors in determining funding. A repeating question is who is served by supervisors in their funding choices and the concern is that funding is directed to supporters’ interests rather than the general safety and welfare of communities and their residents.

Further research seems to support these concerns because county budgets are focused beyond essential services. As EMCEB considers coverage of county budget goals the subject of public safety should be addressed as an investment in community wellbeing that underlies all other county services.

[support for e-exchanges]