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From page A5 | January 01, 2014 | 52 Comments

Supervisor John Vasquez

Supervisor John Vasquez

FAIRFIELD — Supervisor John Vasquez intends to run for re-election  in the June 3 election and, with candidates able to pull papers for signatures in lieu of filing fees, he can get an idea of his potential opposition.

Dixon City Councilman Thom Bogue on Monday  pulled papers to run for the 4th District Board of Supervisors seat held by  Vasquez. But he’s not in the race until he files. Bogue said he is not yet ready to announce his candidacy for the June election.

Bogue was elected to the City Council in 2010 and his term expires in 2014. As of Tuesday morning, he was the only person to pull the in-lieu  papers for the 4th District race.

Meanwhile, Vasquez on Monday said he has no doubts he’ll seek a fourth term. The Vacaville resident was first elected to the board in 2002 and took office in January 2003.

“I think right now, I’m probably pretty good at doing the job,” Vasquez said. “It’s all about relationships and knowing folks and knowing where to go and getting the work done.”

Revenues for the county budget are beginning to look stronger after several years of budget cuts.

“I was here for the very good times,” Vasquez said.  “I went through the effort of reducing the budget and county employees and taking away things. We’re on the upswing now. But the world has changed.”

He sees implementation of the Affordable Care Act and how state water issues will affect the county as among the key issues.

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Barry Eberling

Barry Eberling

Barry Eberling has been a reporter with the Daily Republic since 1987. He covers Solano County government, transportation, growth and the environment. He received his bachelors of art degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara and his masters degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley.
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  • JazzAzzDecember 31, 2013 - 6:32 am

    Hey Mr. Vasquez, how a about you stepping up to the bat and doing something to get us, especially the southern part of Solano County, out of that Air Resource Board crap. All these unnecessary, "No Burn Days," with our nice air cleaner breezes??????

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  • PaulDecember 31, 2013 - 12:58 pm

    Spare the air days!!! What about Aerosol/Chemtrails. We are awash with chemicals yet they secretly spray harmful chemicals above We The People.

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  • JazzAzzDecember 31, 2013 - 1:05 pm

    Out back this morning ,seeing all the way to the hills near Cordelia, with just the normal morning overcast, the LYING bunch of (@#$%^&*)s again at the Air Resources Board!!!!!!

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  • The MisterDecember 31, 2013 - 8:24 am

    If you people can't elected someone better at managing your tax money and protecting your rights than Vasquez, then you really do deserve Vasquez. My suggestion... don't let Vasquez benefit from your stupidity.

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  • Roger thatDecember 31, 2013 - 4:01 pm

    Never trusted Vasquez, he always seemed to take care of himself & his buds first. Hmmm, “It’s all about relationships and knowing folks and knowing where to go and getting the work done”. How's his Deli working out?

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  • The MisterDecember 31, 2013 - 4:22 pm

    His burrito wrappers are way to thick.

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  • Roger, RogerDecember 31, 2013 - 6:21 pm

    His tortillas’ aren’t the only thing that’s thick at the Deli. The Vacaville Reporter ran a story about him suing his brother. Type in his name on Solano Court Connect.

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  • Amy P.January 01, 2014 - 10:51 pm

    VOTE VASQUEZ OUT!!!!! He is quoted saying “It’s all about relationships and knowing folks and knowing where to go and getting the work done”. & he also gave a speech at Merriment on Main about family values. Then two weeks later files a lawsuit against his very own brother. John Vasquez Jr has NOT worked/operated or been present at the Deli in over 10+ years! The report says that there is unpaid property taxes, so has Supervisor John Vasquez Jr not paid his share? He wants to take his 50% profit but NOT give any of his time and responsibility into owning and operating this small family business/building.

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  • Sue EllenJanuary 02, 2014 - 6:00 pm

    I agree Amy P! He talks about "knowing folks" when he should be thankful for HIS FOLKS for getting him where he's at! I've known the Vasquez family for quite sometime and I voted and supported John Jr. because of John and Nicha! And from my understanding, John Jr. did nothing to help his parents out during the end of their lives! Shame on him! Is that the kind of "man" we want in office? It utterly disgusts me what he has done and is doing to his own blood! VOTE VASQUEZ OUT!!

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  • Amy P.January 02, 2014 - 9:52 pm

    Thank you Sue Ellen. I am just so disgusted with it. If it was not for his parents and Vasquez Deli(George Vasquez) He would NOT be where he is today. He should be thanking his family not suing them. What a shame!!! No Judge will side with him, that's for sure.

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  • George Guynn, JrDecember 31, 2013 - 10:32 am

    The Mister, well said! As a regular at Board of Sups Meetings, I totally agree with your comment.

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  • PaulDecember 31, 2013 - 1:02 pm

    The Supervisors are supposed to stand between the people & crazy federal/united nation agenda 21 plans to destroy the Sovereignty of the People. Before you call me a right wing nut, do your research.

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  • FreddieDecember 31, 2013 - 3:34 pm

    It's time for Vasquez to go & take his longevity pay with him.

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  • Rich GiddensDecember 31, 2013 - 6:15 pm

    Supervisor Vasquez needs to pay his property back taxes that are overdue and outstanding before he does anything else, public or private.

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  • Legend1949January 01, 2014 - 8:49 am

    This Is the same guy that was mayor of Suisun and loaned his aunt the property he owned in Suisun because of the conflict of intrest, then starts redevelop area including his aunts property. I wonder if she gave it back when he gave the city to Pot Hole Pete. Now Pot Hole wants his seat if Jim's not running . Can't we get rid of either of these wonderful public servants?

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  • Rick WoodJanuary 01, 2014 - 8:53 am

    Vazquez is from Vacaville. He was never the mayor of Suisun City.

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  • PaulJanuary 01, 2014 - 8:58 am

    From the tone of the comments it would seem folks are very tired of politics on a local level & would like to be Represented. We have an opportunity to clean house in Washington & Suisun not forgetting Fairfield.

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  • Roger RabbitJanuary 01, 2014 - 9:58 am

    Fairfield especially...Moy & Mraz need to go & I would add limp unit Price as well.

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  • Rod FerroggiaroJanuary 01, 2014 - 10:09 am

    I understand Eugene R so be running for this office, that would be my choice we need a man of his values in office here in Solano co.

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  • Tammy @ Rod F.January 01, 2014 - 10:38 am

    Are you guys paying any attention to anything I post?...Is it getting through to you?....That both the top Leadership of the Democrat and Republican parties work for very sinister forces?.....I do no want to believe that you are evil...I give you the benefit of the doubt....Do not fall for the standard Republican hierarchy of lies...Please....SAME THING FOR YOU DEMOCRATS...do not fall for the Dem party line WAKE UP PLEASE...PS Bush really did try to have Reagan assassinated....same as Johnson did with JFK.

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  • NOBODY CARESJanuary 01, 2014 - 10:53 am

    Wow Tammy, (may I call you Tammy)? I was hoping there would be no electricity wherever you moved. Then I thought that wouldn't be nice all those cats and kids running around and the enforcer needing his well-deserved break time from your presence. So I was really, really hoping you might not have an internet connection. But then dude wouldn't have had the "adult entertainment" to save him either. Guess that was just too much to ask???

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  • ?January 01, 2014 - 11:06 am

    What am I posting that you specifically disagree with?

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  • sadly sadly We all have more important things to worry about than Yours TrulyJanuary 01, 2014 - 12:01 pm

    Google....japanese mafia tepco

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  • Rod FerroggiaroJanuary 01, 2014 - 10:48 am

    That was Eugene Ray that will be running and I hope winning that office.

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  • http://www.hermes-press.com/cabal_index.htmJanuary 01, 2014 - 10:56 am

    The Obama puppet-regime provides us with further proof of a cabal controlling both the Democratic and Republican parties: Obama is implementing policies that are as destructive of workers--and in some instances more destructive--than Bush II. Obama now has a larger military force than Bush II and he is continuing to condone and support the looting of American taxpayer money by the Wall Street banksters. ................ The cabal is now orchestrating sham struggles between the Democrats versus the Republicans and the "government" versus Wall Street. The Obama puppet regime conspired with the pharmaceutical companies and the health insurance corporations on a healthcare plan giving them total control. To make this palatable to ignorant American voters, it was made to appear that the Republicans were against this healthcare plan--a scheme which the Republicans had written with their very own hands. .................. The destruction of American workers through wars, financial looting, unemployment, and loss of homes has become so evident that the cabal is now finding it necessary to mount new brainwashing operations involving "tea party reactionaries" funded by cabal corporations, a Democratic-controlled Congress pretending to legislate new "regulations" for Wall Street, and new public relations (PR) schemes carried out by such cabal insiders as Lloyd Blankfein, CEO and Chairman of Goldman Sachs.................. Blankfein, CEO of Goldman Sachs Blankfein's performance on the reactionary Charlie Rose show on April 30, 2010, gave further proof of the cabal hypothesis delineated in this essay. Blankfein did not attack the Obama administration for filing civil fraud charges against Goldman Sachs. It was apparent that he knew the cabal was carrying out the pretence of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) going up against Goldman Sachs, when in reality it is all a PR hoax to make American workers feel that something is being done to rein in Wall Street.........................

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  • http://www.hermes-press.com/cabal_index.htmJanuary 01, 2014 - 10:57 am

    Post please....The Obama puppet-regime provides us with further proof of a cabal controlling both the Democratic and Republican parties: Obama is implementing policies that are as destructive of workers--and in some instances more destructive--than Bush II. Obama now has a larger military force than Bush II and he is continuing to condone and support the looting of American taxpayer money by the Wall Street banksters. ................ The cabal is now orchestrating sham struggles between the Democrats versus the Republicans and the "government" versus Wall Street. The Obama puppet regime conspired with the pharmaceutical companies and the health insurance corporations on a healthcare plan giving them total control. To make this palatable to ignorant American voters, it was made to appear that the Republicans were against this healthcare plan--a scheme which the Republicans had written with their very own hands. ..................

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  • Someone who is paying attentionJanuary 01, 2014 - 10:50 am

    Oh you mean John Vasquez is finally having to get out and campaign again? Does he remember how to do so? Since he managed to sidestep running for at least the last 5 years because of the redistricting AND going to even year elections that was orchestrated by him...Poor Dixon hasn't had the opportunity to vote him out and it was out of their control. DIXON--don't let John win you over!!!

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  • http://www.hermes-press.com/cabal_index.htmJanuary 01, 2014 - 10:59 am

    ? Will it post

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  • Vaca LadyJanuary 01, 2014 - 11:20 am

    I have known John Vasquez for the past 10 years he is a man with little convictions and even less loyalty. It happened every time Vasquez went where his bread was buttered regardless of how the people in his district were affected. Yes its time to rid ourselves of this man. I will be voting for Eugene ray if he runs. Eugene is a man who we can trust to do what is best for the people of this county.

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  • Dont Return Incumbent Politicians - DRIPJanuary 01, 2014 - 4:28 pm

    OK, all you people, except one, we are dissatisfied with John Vasquez, but will be do something to stop his reelection? Let's stop complaining and start campaigning for someone else. Get off your butts, now!

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  • PaulJanuary 01, 2014 - 8:21 pm

    Ok now your talking..one problem I don't see lots of folks looking to be elected!!

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  • They start out wanting to do good!January 01, 2014 - 5:41 pm

    Then they want to stay to do well...not for us, but for THEMSELVES! It's time for this deadbeat to get kicked to the curb!

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  • PaulJanuary 02, 2014 - 12:04 pm

    Does anyone have a strategy to bring change?

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  • The MisterJanuary 02, 2014 - 12:52 pm

    Paul, they are always scared of the threat of a lawsuit and of negative press. As for Vasquez, we might hammer on the unpaid taxes.

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  • PaulJanuary 03, 2014 - 9:21 am

    With hardly a positive comment ... who voted this guy in or was it apathy that won out.

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  • The MisterJanuary 03, 2014 - 9:39 am

    It's the sheeple, Paul. There was a very good man running against Vasquez last time... it was Don Pippo. I remember the chattering class made all sorts of hay out of Don Pippo apparently owing property tax... but it was on a property that he had to foreclosure on and got back from the deadbeat owner. The chattering pratts from the Vasquez camp said, oh look at Don Pippo the deadbeat who owes taxes. Pippo was/is a very honorable man and the Vasquez supporters lied about him which left Vasquez with a victory. And now I hear that it's Vasquez who's a deadbeat with his taxes? That's not irony... that's a poke in the eye from this low-level elite.

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  • Monkeyman588January 03, 2014 - 4:37 pm

    John is a moron! Has anyone ever seen him speak in public? How in the hell did this guy get elected?

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  • military man retiredJanuary 03, 2014 - 5:29 pm

    I must live on the wrtong side of Vacaville as I have skip Thompson as my supervisor however I know Eugene Ray and can not think of a better man for the Job. I may not be able to vote for Eugene but I sure as hell can get out and work to get him elected.

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  • Old TymerJanuary 03, 2014 - 8:29 pm

    This guy cares about nothing but himself!! All about knowing folks my ass! Yeah, you're around folks during election time when you NEED them and are nowhere to be found after! No one can get ahold of this guy! He is DONE in my book! I hope Eugene Ray runs, he has my full support! Let's get this loser out people!

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  • HankJanuary 03, 2014 - 8:39 pm

    I'll vote for anyone BUT John Vasquez Jr. The kind of crap he pulled during his last campaign against Pippo and slandering him for the same thing he is guilty of. Would anyone really want him for another term? He doesn't care about us, his community or his family.

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  • Long time Vacaville residentJanuary 03, 2014 - 8:52 pm

    I've known John for a long time and I must say that this doesn't surprise me whatsoever. He is a liar and a cheater. I've lived in Vacaville since 1964. The Vasquez family has done nothing but wonderful things for this community. But somehow John has lost his way, if he was such a partner in the business and the restaurant then maybe his wife would stop bad mouthing it and maybe he would step up and be a man. God help this family!

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  • http://freedominourtime.blogspot.com/2013/06/the-fbi-american-cheka.htmlJanuary 04, 2014 - 8:01 am

    The FBI: An American Cheka Monday, June 3, 2013 freedominourtime.......Nearly twenty years ago, then-FBI Director Louis Freeh – still basking in his agency’s residual glory from the Mt. Carmel Massacre of April 1993 – visited Moscow to sign a joint cooperation accord with the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB). After touring the Lubyanka Square headquarters of the Russian secret police, Freeh observed that “Our nations have more in common than ever before.”............................... At the time I thought it was shocking that Freeh would traduce his country, and his agency, by offering that comparison to the renamed KGB. Roughly two decades later I’ve come to understand that if the comparison is offensive, the Russians have the stronger claim to be the insulted party......................... Like their Russian and Soviet siblings, the FBI’s primary role is that of fabricating crimes in the service of the state. Since 1991 – more particularly, since 2001 – the FBI has engaged in this behavior far more extensively than the Russians, both in terms of the volume of fabrications and the geographical reach of its operations. And evidence is accumulating that the Bureau has added assassination to its proto-totalitarian toolkit.

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  • See our Government and Intel agenices are controlled by Global Banking PowersJanuary 04, 2014 - 8:08 am

    Who Bombed the U.S. World Trade Center? — 1993 Growing Evidence Points to Role of FBI Operative by Ralph Schoenman.............In general Google...FBI involvement in 1993 Worldtrade center bombing

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  • PaulJanuary 04, 2014 - 9:19 am

    Russia, FBI, Vasquez? Am I missing something here? Although well written article.

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  • http://americanholocaustcoming.blogspot.com/2009/02/special-report-what-marines-will-do-to.htmlJanuary 04, 2014 - 9:02 pm

    About the imposition of Martial Law

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  • How the World Bank enslaves CountriesJanuary 04, 2014 - 8:14 am

    Professor Joseph Stiglitz, former Chief Economist of the World Bank, and former Chairman of President Clinton's Council of Economic Advisers, goes public over the World Bank’s, “Four Step Strategy,” which is designed to enslave nations to the bankers. I summarise this below,.................................... 1. Privatisation. This is actually where national leaders are offered 10% commissions to their secret Swiss bank accounts in exchange for them trimming a few billion dollars off the sale price of national assets. Bribery and corruption, pure and simple........................................................... 2.Capital Market Liberalization. This is the repealing any laws that taxes money going over its borders. Stiglitz calls this the, “hot money,” cycle. Initially cash comes in from abroad to speculate in real estate and currency, then when the economy in that country starts to look promising, this outside wealth is pulled straight out again, causing the economy to collapse. The nation then requires International Monetary Fund (IMF) help and the IMF provides it under the pretext that they raise interest rates anywhere from 30% to 80%. This happened in Indonesia and Brazil, also in other Asian and Latin American nations. These higher interest rates consequently impoverish a country, demolishing property values, savaging industrial production and draining national treasuries.................

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  • ContinuedJanuary 04, 2014 - 8:24 am

    3.Market Based Pricing. This is where the prices of food, water and domestic gas are raised which predictably leads to social unrest in the respective nation, now more commonly referred to as, “IMF Riots.” These riots cause the flight of capital and government bankruptcies. This benefits the foreign corporations as the nations remaining assets can be purchased at rock bottom prices..................................... 4.Free Trade. This is where international corporations burst into Asia, Latin America and Africa, whilst at the same time Europe and America barricade their own markets against third world agriculture. They also impose extortionate tariffs which these countries have to pay for branded pharmaceuticals, causing soaring rates in death and disease................................ There are a lot of losers in this system, but one winner - the Jewish ( really people posing as Jewish plus numerous other non Jewish people like the Bushs and Clintons) owned and operated banking system. In fact the IMF and World Bank have made the sale of electricity, water, telephone and gas systems a condition of loans to every developing nation. This is estimated at 4 trillion dollars of publicly owned assets.................... In September of this year, Professor Joseph Stiglitz is awarded the Nobel Prize in economics........[ and again remember these people are more evil than "Jewish" they want true Christians and true followers of Torah ( not Talmud ) dead, it is a mass Luciferian Cabal of non Jewish ( there are of course Muslim Luciferians also ) and people that pose as Jewish] in other words do not blame the normal Jewish person....and remember they want us all worldwide to hate and kill each other...hate accomplishes the Devils plan.

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  • http://www.iamthewitness.com/books/Andrew.Carrington.Hitchcock/Synagogue.of.Satan/1998-2002.htmJanuary 04, 2014 - 8:50 am

    ................President Bill Clinton receives a letter dated January 26th, from a group calling themselves the, “Project For A New American Century (PNAC),” which is signed by the following persons: Elliott Abrams; Richard L. Armitage; William J. Bennett; Jeffrey Bergner; John Bolton; Paula Dobriansky; Francis Fukuyama; Robert Kagan; Zalmay Khalilzad; William Kristol; Richard Perle; Peter W. Rodman; Donald Rumsfeld; William Schneider Jr.; Vin Weber; Paul Wolfowitz; R. James Woolsey; Robert B. Zoellick, ...........Indeed rather ominously on October 31st, as per his instructions from the PNAC group, President Clinton signs into law H.R. 4655, the, “Iraq Liberation Act,” which supported the pursuit of regime change in Iraq.

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  • PaulJanuary 06, 2014 - 12:14 pm

    And this relates to Vasquez????

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  • http://www.iamthewitness.com/books/Andrew.Carrington.Hitchcock/Synagogue.of.Satan/1998-2002.htmJanuary 04, 2014 - 8:01 pm

    reference

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  • Why this is important....to a county supervisor race...January 04, 2014 - 8:36 am

    The county level (and city ) is the only level left that citizens have any form of local control. We should want a supervisor that will not sign off on Guns confiscations, that will stop indebting a county thru Bond measures to the Banking Powers.....will resist the Federalization of local Police and Sheriff services....that in a large Economic Collapse will not sanction the rounding up of people for the FEMA camps.....would not enforce evictions of people from homes in a major economic collapse....maybe have a plan for food distribution in place, a plan to help stop food riots if a collapse occurred.....someone that as the County Supervisor is not doing the job for what they can get out of it for themselves, but is a true public servant,......because the World is getting to be a very scary place and we should not put our heads in the sand any longer.......WAKE UP PEOPLE

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