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July 20, 2007


Art Pedroza

Great recap Matt.

Long-time politico

Mario did a solid job of making a complex set of legal arguments understandable. John Moorlach was moderated in his comments and showed commendable sensitivity to the recent retirees who may have made untenable retirement decisions based upon an unworkable/unconstitutional agreement. If the legal arguments sound half as solid to the other three supes as they did to this crowd, there will be a 5-0 vote to suspend the over-payments and to take the matter to the courts. Regardless of how one feels about this issue or about Supervisor Moorlach, this was handled with restraint and professionalism. You have to love representative self government; even if you don't care for the outcome, the entertainment value is high.

Are there more of Mario's comments? The last video doesn't seem to cover everything.



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There's more, but I can only go as fast as YouTube lets me.


How is his 150k new taxpayer funded office makeover doing?



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cold as ice

in video 2 at 3:24 time stamp the professor clearly states that the state passed laws allowing both items, the 3%@50 and the retroactive actions of County's so does later law trump earlier law?

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