Re: Safety meeting
- Mr. Rivard!
I missed BOTH meetings, it is possible
(or so the talk was going on)
that the City of Pinole was possibly going to ARCHIVE
the meeting on the Pinole TV website.
But I think that I would rather watch THE SIMPSONS
Now why in the world would our school district schedule the safety
meeting the VERY SAME NITE as the CBOC meeeting?
And you know Im going to ask about the website Mr. Rivard. I am
very disappointed that even 6 months after the Bond Oversight
WEbsite Subcommitee approved TECHFUTURES to maintain the website,
the public still has NOTHING!
How can someone find out when the next Bond Oversight Committee
meeting is? How can someone find out the minutes of February 16
meeting, or the meeting in March.
Or does anyone care?
About that MRAD monies? I know that is on the bill of every person
who pays property taxes. How in the world LEGALLY would they
determine whos MRAD monies to take to pay for that soccer field?
Thank you for being on the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee
Kevin. You know I will be pestering you about that website,
Mr. Trujillo needs to know all these useful engagement tools he has
at his fingertips, all he need to do is start askin some questions.
--- In email@example.com, "Kevin Rivard" <kfrivard@h...>
> I was attending the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC)meeting last
> night from 5:30 to 8:30.give a recap?
> Did anyone attend the safety meeting at Pinole High that could
> By the way, MRAD funds are being used in ways that will cut back
> availability of MRAD funds that were to go to your school site.Much the
> same way TIIG funding and Title 1 funding is being diverted by theCentral
> Administration for district programs rather than site programs. Irealize no
> on seems to care but I just wanted to bring it to your attentionso some
> could not plead ignorance in the future. An example is $170,000from MRAD is
> being proposed for a soccer field at Sheldon. Some schools willhave to
> forgo their annual MRAD funding to subsidize that payment in myopinion.
> Thank you.