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"$22 Mil is not DeAnza."

"How much should the City pay us?" is DeQuestion.

Goldsmith makes a goldgrab?
Goldsmith makes a goldgrab?

Press release from City Attorney Jan Goldsmith:

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"Why did the City Council vote in closed session to approve a $22 million offer to the residents of Mission Bay's DeAnza Cove mobile home park in exchange for their waterfront real estate? Because shut up and stop asking so many questions, that's why! That's nearly $73,000 per family, and they don't even have the legal right to live there! More than generous! Why, just look at this ad at WastelandLiving.com (pictured, left).

"Clearly, these people have viable options before them. So really, there's nothing to complain about. The City Council's ruling makes a statement: 'Let's open up the park for the people of San Diego — in some capacity.'"

Here's an image from a local news report on the DeAnza offer.
Here is the same image, as seen by Goldsmith. The differences are subtle but unmistakable.


Happily, SDQT has been keeping tabs on Goldsmith with its patented ThoughtCam, and so we managed to obtain a little insight into that notion of "in some capacity."

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Goldsmith makes a goldgrab?
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Press release from City Attorney Jan Goldsmith:

Ad from WastelandLiving.com

"Why did the City Council vote in closed session to approve a $22 million offer to the residents of Mission Bay's DeAnza Cove mobile home park in exchange for their waterfront real estate? Because shut up and stop asking so many questions, that's why! That's nearly $73,000 per family, and they don't even have the legal right to live there! More than generous! Why, just look at this ad at WastelandLiving.com (pictured, left).

"Clearly, these people have viable options before them. So really, there's nothing to complain about. The City Council's ruling makes a statement: 'Let's open up the park for the people of San Diego — in some capacity.'"

Here's an image from a local news report on the DeAnza offer.
Here is the same image, as seen by Goldsmith. The differences are subtle but unmistakable.


Happily, SDQT has been keeping tabs on Goldsmith with its patented ThoughtCam, and so we managed to obtain a little insight into that notion of "in some capacity."

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Kind of looks like Goldsmith is hoping for a nice living once he leaves his present position.

Oct. 5, 2014

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