The Plan describes an Olympic ringed “Criteria for Success” that has five elements: Connections, Values, Learning, Activation and Identity where Learning is not shown as the primary driver to an education. And it leaves out, what President Fram Virjee (April 10, Fullerton Public Library) … Continue reading CSUF Master Plan Excludes Employability
Hybrid courses are part of the future of education stated President Fram Virjee (April 10 Fullerton Public Library). The CSUF Master Plan does not include this concept. In a Daily Titan article, (October 28, 2015 by Daisy Carlos) Hybrid courses are revolutionizing … Continue reading CSUF Master Plan Neglects Hybrid Courses.
Cindy’s first reaction to the CSUF Master Plan (April 10 Spring Open House). “It looks like Mickey Mouse” she said when the PowerPoint presentation showed CSUF relationship to the community. “Look, the ears and face….” It is “Mickey Mouse.” The plan intends to … Continue reading CSUF Master Plan is “Mickey Mouse”
Ms. Meg McWade, Public Works Director City of Fullerton Re: Water Rate Study, Dear Ms. McWade, Please provide me with the postal address of every Fullerton single family residence, sorted by meter size, that uses less than 11,000 gallons per … Continue reading Open Letter to Meg McWade
Your City Council has adopted pricing designed to penalize residents who conserve water and encourage water usage by residents who do not practice conservation of water, antithetical to the State of California history of drought. Excerpts of the Proposition 218 … Continue reading UNDERSTANDING YOUR WATER RATES
Comparison of 2018 Average Bill vs. 2023 Average Bill after Increases For Five Fullerton Residents The increases approved by the City Council penalize residents conserving water and encourage increased water use. In 2023 the resident using 199,000 gallons per year will … Continue reading Cost of Water per 1000 Gallons
Conserve water and you may pay $15 or more per 1000 gallons while your neighbor may pay less than $6 to use excessive amounts water. July 1styour water bill may increase dramatically. Our City Council approved the Water Rate Study … Continue reading Water is Getting Expensive!
Toxic contaminates may enter our water system every time a pipeline breaks and Fullerton has a pipeline break every three to four days. Every neighborhood within our city is affected; every resident is subject to a potential health issue. Fullerton’s pipeline … Continue reading Pipeline Breaks May Be Health ISSUE
Your Meter Rate Doubles July 1st while the City Denies California Drought. The city proposes raising the amount of water residents can use (up 68%) at a lower cost (down 39%). This will penalize residents who conserve water. You can stop this hypocrisy by attending the city council meeting on Tuesday, April 2nd at 6 PM. Fullerton City Hall, 303 West Commonwealth. “…think of our hydrological bank account– and do more to sustain a healthy level of water assets, regardless of how much rain the … year brings.” LA Times, March 2, 2019 Contact Fritz von Coelln at firstname.lastname@example.org for … Continue reading City Denies Water Conservation! Attend Fullerton City Council Meeting April 2nd at 6 pm
To: the Fullerton City Council Members Regarding: Water Rate Increase Proposal The water bill effective July 1 will shock Fullerton residents. You will be creating a “gilets jaunes” event if you approve the Water Rate Increase proposal. If you haven’t already … Continue reading Water Rate Increase Proposal