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“Coffee with the Cops” with Fremont PD slated Wednesday AM

By Chris DeBenedetti
Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 at 3:53 pm in Uncategorized.

Community members are invited to attend a “Coffee with the Cops” event scheduled from 8 to 9 a.m. Wednesday. It will take place at Ardenwood Forest Club House, at 5016 Paseo Padre Parkway in Fremont.

Interim police Chief Richard Lucero, his command staff and other officers will be there to discuss neighborhood issues and concerns in an informal setting.

For more information, call 510-790-6740.

 

 

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  • Marty

    This is a great time slot for early rising unemployed criminals and the elderly to voice their concerns. Wonder how it went.

  • Jasper Stein

    Alameda County Administrator Susan Muranishi makes $423,664 a year according to San Francisco Chronicle columnists Matier and Ross whose article totaling her pay and benefits has set off a stir.

    “Is anyone still buying the idea that government workers are ‘public servants’,” according to a rhetorical question from the Sacramento-based group CalWatch.

    The Chronicle reported that Muranishi, who is 63, will retire at more than $400,000 a year — an assertion picked up by Alameda County Republican Party Chairwoman Sue Caro.

    Caro told ABC7News that the life expectancy of healthy woman of Muranishi’s age could be 22 years, meaning that “Alameda County taxpayers are going to be paying her well over nine million dollars in her retirement.”

    But the county administrator has her defenders.

    East Bay Citizen blogger Steven Tavares tweeted that she “makes a lot of money, but so what? Is it market rate? She do a bad job? If the county deficit continues to shrink she might be worth it.”

    Muranishi, Supervisor Nate Miley and Supervisor Wilma Chan had not responded to inquiries by publication time.

    What do you think? Has Muranishi earned her keep or have the Supervisors — and taxpayers — been overpaying? And what, if anything, can be done?

  • bbox231

    #1 – I agree with your assessment.

    Seems like this is a good way to check off the proactive community “outreach” box while simultaneously minimizing the risk of any serious dialogue.