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Yanking Out Lawns Saves Water and Money

Homeowners Associations (HOAs) force people to put in lawns and water them, even if the property owners object to it. Violate the HOAs gods and they will fine the dickens out of you. So people caved in and put in grass and lived with massive water bills and environmental harm because they were threatened if they did not.

The San Diego City Council was notified about this years ago, but refused to do anything about legally prohibiting requirements by HOAs for high-water-usage plants such as grass.

July 20, 2009 at 3:01 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Imposing Term Limits on County Supervisors

It's time for the entire San Diego County Board of Supervisors to be kicked out of office. These people continue to allow government abuses to be inflicted upon families by Child Welfare Services and its related agencies. The San Diego County Grand Jury has requested repeatedly that they correct the deficiencies in this agency, but County Government does nothing except make excuses.

San Diego County Grand Jury Cites Further CPS Misconduct
http://angiemedia.com/?p=3715

The county employees union is probably in favor of government paid child abuse and civil rights violations by social workers, too. Eliminating the board of supervisors by putting term limits on them isn't an issue of giving in to union desires.

We need County Supervisors who will make the government comply with the law and stop abusing children and parents at their whim. If you think this claim sounds extreme, it's because you haven't read 20 years of San Diego County Grand Jury reports that expose Child Welfare Services, police agencies, prosecutors, and many others who have acted in violation of the law with extreme disregard for the well-being of children who were in danger from the government, not from their families.

July 20, 2009 at 1:39 a.m. ( | suggest removal )