Uh, oh, over at http://www.sewerwatch.blogspot.com/, Ron Crawford is asking some intereting questions involving "Making the Governor's AB2701 'Signing Statement' Disappear." Ah, so many interesting questions, and here comes "bait & switchy" again, and what DID happen with Ron's filed "complaint?" Was that just stuck in a (round) file somewhere? Well, let's hope County Counsel has some answers.
As for me, I just end up with more questions, especially since Mr. Jensen's supposed to have a report on the MWH formal complaints made to the BOS concerning MWH being short-listed for the County project. Some of my questions concerning MWH aren't formal complaints, just curious. Like, Has the CSD's attorney undertaken any negotiations of any sort with the SRF people and/or MWH in any way shape or form? Do the members of the [bankruptcy] creditors committee overseeing the CSD bankruptcy proceedings have a fiduciary duty to the CSD and if so, do any of those committe members know of or have had any dealings with MWH in any way, shape or form? Is anyone on the CSD Board and/or the CSD's attorney trying to settle the MHW lawsuit now stalled in Bankruptcy Court? Is settlment in the best interest of the CSD or in the best interest of MHW? Or is some settlement"deal" being looked at involving the [illegal?] SRF loan, (see Ron's blog entry linked above), the MWH/CSD breach of contract suit and the county's short-list? And, while I'm at it, didn't one of the MWH sub-contractors donate pots of money to the anti-recall fund, if memory serves, so now I'm wondering if MWH or one of it's subsidiaries ever donated money to any of Sam Blakeslee's campaigns? Not that there would be anything illegal or improper about such a donation, I'm just curious.
And most curious of all is this Question: Just who IS looking out for the best interests of the citizens of the PZ, anyway? Well, who knows?