Need a pen or pencil? How about a coloring book, a fire badge sticker, or a hat to keep your head dry from the rain this weekend? I guess it’s a good thing Fullerton is swimming in surplus cash. Oh, wait… Nearly $1,700 for this stuff despite it being known all year long that we’re […]
Wouldn’t it be nice if every City employee consistently set the bar for professionalism? Michael Lemmon, of the Fullerton Fire Department, thought it was perfectly okay to purchase these inappropriate mugs using taxpayer money on his City-issued VISA card. A couple months later, Michael Lemmon decided the Fire Department needed more coffee mugs, so he […]
Here’s a fun reminder for those fighting the good fight. Last published in September, 2010. – Joe Sipowicz Be sure to enjoy the subtle image of the tennis racket lying on the bench!
Fullerton’s public safety pension debt just exploded. Numbers from a new report just released by CalPERS pin the unfunded pension liability for Fullerton’s police and fire at $126,843,150. The new figures represent a first look at Fullerton’s pension crisis after the market crash of 2007 (yes, CalPERS is that slow.) Of course these dismal digits […]
Today the first public employee union campaign signs went up across Fullerton. Predictably, the union is backing all three worthless RINOs: Don Bankhead, Pat McKinley and Roland Chi. The public safety unions’ motives have always been clear to the observant. They will support the candidates who offer them the biggest return. What do the unions expect? […]