Taco Tuesday. No, Wait, That’s Not Right…
Here’s a tidbit from Tuesday’s upcoming Fullerton City Council Closed Session Agenda. The Closed Session is where the council secretes itself away from public scrutiny to discuss lawsuits and personnel and real estate deals.
#2 deals with the replacement of of our recently departed PoChief, Danny Hughes, who was last seen applying his fingerprints all over a case involving helping out a pal in serious trouble.
#4 deals with the “performance evaluation” of the very person Hughes helped out – his boss, City Manager, Joe Felz, who was seen early Wednesday morning swerving down Glenwood Ave on his rims, after ploughing over a tree in the parkway, unable to negotiate the intersection at Highland Avenue in a, um, er, ahem, competent manner.
I’ve got it on pretty good authority that item 4 was agendized by the City Attorney; but at whose behest? Will the topic of Mr. Felz’s Wild Ride come up? How about the apparent cover up that is now being investigated not only by us, but by numerous mainstream media outlets?
Could there be action taken? If there were we would never know, because this is “personnel matter” not a criminal one – as the very same City Attorney has informed the media.
8 Replies to “Taco Tuesday. No, Wait, That’s Not Right…”
Fitzgerald told the attorney to get this on and over with ASAP. Nothing to see here folks. Internal matter. Take a hike. They’ll be talking about how to stonewall PRA requests.
Here’s a little tabloid game to play to get in the spirit for Tuesday’s meeting. It was made for Mel Gibson, and there’s no Sappy McTree, but it was the best I could do on short notice.
Boy, Denmark is looking pretty good right now!
Some questions I have.according to the news report, the police pulled over Joe as he was driving away from the scene. If the police was called how long before they got there. By the looks of the scene he may have spent quite a bit of time spinning his tires as the soil looks torn up there.(as stated by the homeowner also.) Were the police arriving just as he got his car unstuck? Was an officer waiting to see if he could drive home on his own?Was the officer in an unmarked car?
Maybe the lobbyist/mayor will do the right thing and tell Felz to give himself the boot!
Nah, that would never happen.
If she wants a chance of being our next Supervisor, she better wake up and smell the roses.
Whitaker wants be be Supervisor, too. Time for him to step up.
“Oh! What a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.”