Well put, Mr. Weseman.
I've seen these two words transposed before, yeah.
Ms. Mosher’s letter is full of inaccuracies and purposely misleading omissions. Remember, Ms. Mosher — a non-retired business owner — has a vested interest in not telling the truth because she financially benefits if Measure V passes.
MISLEADING OMISSION: 90 municipalities have ordinances.
FACT: 447 don’t have any form of rent control and 17 jurisdictions have actually rescinded their rent control ordinances in recent years! AND over the past ten years, 13 Northern California cities and counties have considered rent control and officially rejected it, including neighboring Lake County and Mendocino County.
INACCURATE: Carson taxpayers are paying nothing for rent control.
FACT: Carson continues to pay expensive lawyers to appeal their devastating $7.4 million rent control judgement. Every day they fight to prop up their failing rent control program, their legal bills mount exponentially. Money that could be spent on services for the community.
MISLEADING OMISSION: $6500 is a paltry sum to preserve affordable housing.
FACT: $6500 is only the start as Measure V caps the $5 tax charged to mobile home owners. This deficit will only increase. If a park owner asks for a hearing from the county, the county has to pay for that lawyer. On top of that, if the park owner wins, the “losing” residents have to pay all the expenses incurred by the park owner for this hearing and all will have their rents raised as ordered by the Hearing Officer.
INACCURATE: Arcata study, as well as others, show that ordinances are effective.
FACT: Economist after economist agree that rent control is not the right answer. Study after study, including the Arcata study, show that rent control will hurt the neediest and poorest residents among us.
The fact is that rent control is not needed in Humboldt County. Especially not in the form of Measure V.
To get even more facts, please visit nomeasurev.com and Vote NO On Measure V.
MOBILE PARKS ARE NOT MOBILE---THE HOMEONERS PAY RENT O THE LAND UNDER THEIR HOMES......
Marilyn, you are so wrong on so many points I don't know where to begin.
First, I have not appeared as a donor in every Republican candidate's campaign why are you lying about that? Yes, I have donated to some Republican candidates but I have also donated to some Democratic candidates and independents as well.
I fought to keep Jefferson & Grant Schools open. I was outvoted on Jefferson by 2-3. Too bad you didn't feel like helping. The board at that time included three Democrats including two retired teachers, one of whom was a former president of the Eureka Teacher's Association.
I have been a business sponsor of the Neighborhood Watch Block Party from its very first year. My opponent doesn't own a business, how can he be a sponsor ? I have sponsored events for other non profit events over many years. My opponent has not. I have been active in Neighborhood Watch since they started in my neighborhood, my opponent has not. Then if you had bothered to come you would have noticed Kim Bergel also attended the Block Party as well as many other Democrats.
Perhaps you should check out the facts before you go public ?
"For the record, I have not been involved in partisan politics in over 15 years."
Well...except for his name appearing as a donor in every republican candidate's campaign for election in Eureka and Humboldt County. Mr.Fullerton's letter reads like a seasoned politician...half-truths and serious accusations WITHOUT A SINGLE example....can't refute that!
Fullerton justifiably lost his seat on the school board after they closed 3 elementary schools. Jefferson school was fully attended. He claims he tried to keep them open, but never explains what actions he took to do so.
Unreported in the media is the deceit Mr. Fullerton's campaign has already engaged in with his advertised sponsorship of the recent "non-partisan" event at Eureka's Sequoia Park called a "Block Party" attended by every right wing politician. His opponent, healthcare professional Austin Allison was either not invited to be a sponsor or not allowed to have a booth at this poorly attended event where Fullerton worked the crowd.
It's a sign of desperation when a candidate tries to blame his opponent for unsubstantiated "inaccuracies" allegedly appearing in letters to the editor.
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vol XXVII issue 42
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