Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Marinwood CSD plan to keep public quiet: Threaten to arrest them
Jon Campo, Marinwood CSD Parks commissioner voices concern that public wants to speak during public meeting. He calls it an attack on civility. In fact, he literally believes he has no obligation to listen to the public. He says that he works for the staff. Obviously, he never picked up a high school civics book to learn about democracy and public process.
Eric Dreikosen, Marinwood CSD manager answers his concerns by suggesting hiring a police officer to intimidate the public into silence with threat of arrest may be a good way to do it.
Do either of these fools understand that a public agency works for the people? The right to redress the government is enshrined in the Constitution.