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Created on 10 December 2012
... Measure G tax on the November 2012 Election Ballot, claiming that the SBPSD was having financial problems, Mr. Henderson was also continuing to require the SBPSD to pay approximately $11,986.56 per ...
... by San Bruno's extremely generous, caring taxpayers.  According to page 7 of the SBPSD's Second Interim Budget Report, for the 2011-2012 school year, the SBPSD will spend a total of $22,518,735.84. ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon In their editorial recommending that voters in the San Bruno Park School District VOTE NO ON MEASURE G, The [San Mateo County] Daily ...
... 2012-2013 Proposed Budget proclaims: “The [SBPSD] District continues to deficit spend.” According to page 7 of the SBPSD's Second Interim Budget Report, for the 2011-2012 school year, the SBPSD ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon Here is the San Bruno Beacon's endorsement for President and Vice-President in the November 6, 2012 Presidential Election: PRESIDENT: ...
... Measure G on the November 2012 Ballot you already know that SBPSD Board President, a strong Measure G supporter, appears to be a bully after complaints were raised by other SBPSD Board Members about ...
... by voting against putting the Measure G tax on the November 2012 Ballot.  According to a September 22, 2012 article in the San Bruno Patch titled, School Board President Scolded for Verbal ...
... proud of its reckless deficit spending that the San Bruno Park School District’s 2012-2013 Proposed Budget proclaims: “The [SBPSD] District continues to deficit spend.” According to page 7 of the ...
... the U.S. National Debt to more than $16 trillion. QE1 and QE2 were abysmal failures. And now we have QE3. In its 09/13/2012 press release the desperate, destructive, defective Federal Open Market Committee ...
... November 2012 Election Ballot because the SBPSD requires a new Board and Superintendent to fix the SBPSD's problems, not more money.  ...
... NO on it? In a 07/26/2012 newspaper interview, San Bruno Park School District (SBPSD) Board Member Jennifer Blanco explained her vote against putting this parcel tax on the Election Ballot by ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon I received an e-mail message, dated 07/26/2012, from San Bruno City Attorney Marc Zafferano regarding the City of San Bruno's Pension ...
... you are a member of the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS). The problem with CalPERS is that for the fiscal period ending June 30, 2012 it reported a pathetic 1% return on its investments ...
... a Council resolution at their June 26, 2012 Council Meeting allowing Jackson to move forward with the process that would lead to the issuance of the (POB) poison bonds.  Now, as a result of their ...
... through large employers), it must rebate the portion of premium dollars that exceeded this limit. This 80/20 rule is commonly known as the Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) rule. On June 1, 2012, insurance companies ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon Stockton, Mammoth Lakes and now the City of San Bernadino. Greedy public employee unions are bankrupting California's cities and costing ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon On February 14, 2012, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to close the Burlingame Long Term Care Facility. ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon A June 27, 2012 Daily Journal article titled, San Bruno to finalize a possible parcel tax states: "On Tuesday, the [San Bruno Park ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon Day after day, we read stories about California cities having to raise taxes, run budget deficits, go deeply into debt or, in the case ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon The U.S. economy and banks have been surviving on government bailouts, using borrowed money, since the financial crisis of 2008. During ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon At their May 8, 2012 Meeting, San Bruno City Councilmembers Ruane, O'Connell and Ibarra voted to increase water and wastewater rates ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon On 06/05/2012 Wisconsin voters rejected the outrageous recall campaign that was instigated against Governor Scott Walker by the thuggish ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, SINL Since the 2008 Market meltdown, the Fed has been in the business of using smoke, mirrors and funny money schemes to prop up overvalued equity markets with ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon San Bruno's City Council and Government have been put on notice that the water and sewer rate increases that this Council is approving ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon I have been observing the problems that parents who have children in the San Bruno Park School District (SBPSD) are having with their ...
Created on 18 May 2012
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon If you are a Beacon reader, you read my May 15, 2012 article about the financial meltdown in Greece. We don't need to revisit that ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon There has been a run on the banks in Greece and Greece is on the brink of collapse. While we are busy discussing local and State issues, ...
... taxes on his house.  If you read the Beacon, you also know that while Henderson votes to put a parcel tax on the November 2012 Ballot to increase property taxes on San Bruno residents, unlike his ...
... It is overfunded. In an April 26, 2012 San Bruno Beacon article, I wrote: IT IS A MYTH THAT K-12 EDUCATION IS UNDERFUNDED IN CALIFORNIA: In the 2012-2013 proposed California State Budget, K-12 Education ...
... Yes on Measure O bond campaign from companies and firms that would have been the direct beneficiaries of Measure O taxpayer money if Measure O had passed. Now, in a May 6, 2012 San Francisco Chronicle ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon At the May 8, 2012 San Bruno City Council Meeting, the San Bruno City Council will be meeting to punish San Bruno's residents with ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon Predictive powers are not necessary to determine when the U.S. economic collapse will occur. It has been and is happening right now at the ...
... who actually believe that the California real estate market is recovering. These folks are from the "catch a falling sword / knife / machete" school of real estate." A 04/26/2012 Reuters article titled, ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon At the April 25, 2012 San Bruno Park School District (SBPSD) Board Meeting, the SBPSD Board voted to move forward with exploring whether ...
by Bill Baker, J.D. Editor and Publisher, The San Bruno Beacon As I have been saying, the so called "Greek bond deal" constitutes a default by Greece on their debt obligations. European government officials, ...
... are able to get the destructive tax schemes they have concocted passed in the November 2012 Election. If Brown's tax plan or any plan to increase State taxes passes, California will see a dramatic exodus ...
... on the stock market in an attempt to move market indexes higher. That being said, Brad Sorenson, director of market and sector analysis for Charles Schwab made the following statement in a 03/02/2012 ...
... trash government in San Mateo County reached a new low on February 14, 2012 when the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors (the San Mateo County Death Panel) voted unanimously to toss destitute, invalid ...

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