Daily Archives: November 1, 2015

State of California: County Structure & Powers

http://www.counties.org/general-information/county-structure-0 County Structure & Powers There is a fundamental distinction between a county and a city. Counties lack broad powers of self-government that California cities have (e.g., cities have broad revenue generating authority and counties do not). In addition, legislative … Continue reading

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State of California: GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 25000-25008

http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/displaycode?section=gov&group=24001-25000&file=25000-25008 GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 25000-25008 25000. (a) Each county shall have a board of supervisors consisting of five members. Not more than three members shall be elected at the same general election. If the terms of office of more than … Continue reading

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State of California: GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 31000-31011

GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 31000-31011 31000. The board of supervisors may contract for special services on behalf of the following public entities: the county, any county officer or department, or any district or court in the county. Such contracts shall be … Continue reading

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Sheriff is a Constitutional Officer…A Public Servant! His Duty—to Enforce the Constitution! PERIOD!

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/11/01/sheriff-at-center-sanctuary-city-debate-illegal-immigrant-allegedly-killing-san/ Public Service is a Public Trust…These are the rules by which public servants must comply!    

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Netty Wisbaum: Dear Clueless RNC: One Word Can Solve Your Debate Debacle

On Nov 1, 2015, at 5:12 PM, Netty <netty@tasteofaz.com> wrote: Dear Clueless RNC: One Word Can Solve Your Debate Debacle – Streaming…’Dear RNC: If you are actually interested in winning the presidency; if you are actually serious about not allowing … Continue reading

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