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Filner accuser McCormack Jackson to get $250K

The Homeless and poor have been systematically abused by both City and County government officials. There is over $9.7 million that could go directly to Homeless tomorrow with City Council approval. However, Civic San Diego, IBA, the City Attorney, and financial staff state there are no funding solutions and the homeless are screwed. http://tinyurl.com/20140210a The solution is to use the $7.8 Million in inter-agency Loan repayments in accordance with State law. By moving the $7.8 million in Loan Repayments into the Low and Moderate Income Housing Asset Fund (LMIHAF). Beside the short term solution, there is still @ $500 Million in Successor Agency (SA) assets that are still being hidden from the City Council and public.
— February 11, 2014 12:50 p.m.

Never homeless: Ripped off in Mission Bay Park

Cell phones are a necessity. Especially for United States citizens that live in poverty and live on the streets. http://www.assurancewireless.com/Public/Welcome... If an adult household in California has government subsidies, free cell phones may be available with 250 free minutes and 250 free text. As an alternative for everyone, Assurance Wireless in cooperation for Virgin Mobile quotes $30 per month for Unlimited Talk, Text & Web for Unlimited voice minutes, texts, and web. If you have a problem with the State law, bring up the issue to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) which run the Free Cell phone program for the poor.
— January 27, 2014 10:01 p.m.

Never homeless: Ripped off in Mission Bay Park

Thank you for your moving story. Please analyze our Homeless funding solutions. San Diego Government leaders, except for former Mayor Filner, have refused to analyze our easy solutions to end Homelessness. Former Mayor Filner tried to force Civic San Diego to fund Homeless Solutions using $32 million in former CCDC Redevelopment Agency (RDA) Tax Increment (TI) siting in the bank to no avail. www.tinyurl.com/20140127a The lack of leadership at City Hall is resulting in the two Homeless Emergency Shelter Tents to run out of funding and close down on March 31, 2014. 60 Days from now. Former Mayor Filner promised the Homeless that both tents would stay open year-round. Now that he is gone someone has to step up and lead.
— January 27, 2014 9:49 p.m.

Allred and Filner lawyers agree to 30-day delay

Repost. Another interesting connection is the 2009 Rotary Club 33 Newsletter which introduces Irene McCormack Jackson's husband who works for Bonnie Dumanis as Assistant District Attorney Gordon Davis. http://members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/Member/Detail/... Having a lawyer in the family was probably the reason McCormack Jackson waiting 6 months and 18 days from the inauguration on December 2, 2012 to June 20, 2013 before claiming sexual harassment in order to go after the deep pockets of the City of San Diego. If her claims were made before 6 months deadline, the City could have a potential out and less culpability because sexual harassment training is a requirement within the first 6 months, and did not happen. It would be interesting to find out who exactly cancelled the City's sexual harassment training for the Office of the Mayor which was scheduled, then changed. Other outstanding questions: Is 57-year old McCormack Jackson on the Deferred Retirement Option Project (DROP) through SDCERS her previous employer the Port of San Diego or the City of San Diego which allows enrollment starting at age 55? Is McCormack Jackson currently on disability from the City and collecting disability checks? See Page 3. http://clubweb.rotary33.org/pdf/newsletter230.pdf "Irene McCormack, classification “Port District,” introduced herself to Club 33 today. Irene is Assistant Vice-president, Government Affairs & Communications for the San Diego Unified Port District. She has been with the Port for 5 years and before that she was a journalist for 25 years at the SD Union-Tribune. Her husband’s name is Gordon Davis and Irene enjoys working with glass beads and photography. Ben Clay, Steve Cushman and Nikki Clay are her sponsors."
— January 27, 2014 5:55 p.m.

Aaron Feldman endorses Dumanis

Another interesting connection is the 2009 Rotary Club 33 Newsletter which introduces Irene McCormack Jackson's husband who works for Bonnie Dumanis as Assistant District Attorney Gordon Davis. http://members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/Member/Detail/... See Page 3. http://clubweb.rotary33.org/pdf/newsletter230.pdf "Irene McCormack, classification “Port District,” introduced herself to Club 33 today. Irene is Assistant Vice-president, Government Affairs & Communications for the San Diego Unified Port District. She has been with the Port for 5 years and before that she was a journalist for 25 years at the SD Union-Tribune. Her husband’s name is Gordon Davis and Irene enjoys working with glass beads and photography. Ben Clay, Steve Cushman and Nikki Clay are her sponsors." Having a lawyer in the family was probably the reason McCormack Jackson waiting 6 months and 18 days from the inauguration on December 2, 2012 to June 20, 2013 before claiming sexual harassment in order to go after the deep pockets of the City of San Diego. If her claims were made before 6 months deadline, the City could have a potential out and less culpability because sexual harassment training is a requirement within the first 6 months, and did not happen. It would be interesting to find out who exactly cancelled the City's sexual harassment training for the Office of the Mayor which was scheduled, then changed.
— January 27, 2014 6:22 a.m.