Monday, March 2, 2015

What Happened to Patsy Gonzales??

   When Patsy Gonzales was appointed to the Angels Camp City Planning Commission, we were very pleased.

   She seemed to care and said she would be available to the property owners to talk, gave us her home number, in fact.  That number is now  a quick recording saying NOT AVAILABLE, and Hanham says he is not allowed to give out emails or other contact information.

   This is very disappointing. What happened to you, Patsy?  Brainwashed to do what you are told, instead of helping the property owners?

Calaveras County Special meeting CANCELLED?

   UPDATE:  We finally received an email from Calaveras County about the cancelled meeting; at 12:15 PM on March 2, 2015.
   We just heard through the "wind" that the Special Meeting

Thank you to the honorable person

   The Sierra Sentinel owners want to thank the wonderful and honorable person, who both informed us of the true cause of our beautiful horse, Baby Girls,  injury OMG,

Look out Altaville Businesses! City's out to GET US again!

   UPDATE:  We requested contact information for the Angels Camp Planning Commissioners and were refused by David Hanham.  Why all the secrets? Should be no surprise!

   We understand certain people are given free access to the Planning Commissioners, just like the City Council, but not all businessowners or landowners;

OP-ED Who are the three sickest racists in Calaveras County?

   There are three people in Calaveras county who have to be labeled the worst, sickest racist bigots in Calaveras County.

    Of course, one is a dirty cop,

Chains required on Hwy 4, 88 and 50

   March 2, 2015 at 9:15 AM:  A light snow is still falling in the Sierras, and Caltrans says Hwy 4 has a chains required just above Arnold this morning.

   Chains are required on Hwy 88 at Ham's Station and on Hwy 50 at Twin Bridges.

Tinseltown Talks...About Marilyn Knowlden

Knowlden with screen mother
Claudette Colbert in 1934
  Marilyn Knowlden's Decade in Hollywood  by Nick Thomas

   Her career as a child actress only lasted from 1931-1944, but Marilyn Knowlden has carried the memories for a lifetime.