Monday, June 24, 2013

Santa Cruz retaliates against Human Rights advocate John Colby

John Colby's Freedom of Information Campaign against Human Rights abuse in Santa Cruz [link]. Human Rights abuse in itty-bitty Santa Cruz [link
For more information about this campaign contact John E. Colby [colby@docktorcat.com].

The following archive linked here, 2013-05-01 "Smoking gun of criminal network of collusion at Mission Gardens Apartments" [link], provides insight into a network of insiders and criminals who have a motive to retaliate against John Colby.

Santa Cruz PD's use of a provocateur against Dr. John Colby and his sister is documented in the following report, "Santa Cruz's anti-Constitutional exclusion zones under investigation by Dr. John Colby, the Gorilla Advocate", 2013-02-25 [link]

Dr. John Colby gets hit by a Cyber Attack! (2014-02) [link]

2013-07-13 "Narrowing request for written correspondence about individuals/organizations with The City of Santa Cruz"
message by John E. Colby to Bren Lehr, Santa Cruz City Clerk Administrator
Dear Ms. Lehr:
I am writing to assist the government in protecting my civil rights. I am responding to Santa Cruz Records Coordinator Nydia Patiño's request that I narrow my copied California Public Records Act (CPRA) request, copied below, claiming it is overbroad.
I would ask to inspect the responsive records in City of Santa Cruz offices at no cost to me before requesting any duplication except that I am a prisoner in my apartment due to threats from (violent) criminals who reside at the Mission Gardens Apartments at 90 Grandview Street in Santa Cruz managed by The John Stewart Company (JSCO) — they have not been evicted by JSCO nor has the Santa Cruz Police Department required JSCO to evict them.
Under rights granted me by the CPRA, I am narrowing my request to all electronic and non-electronic written correspondence addressed to or containing the following names (or clear variants thereof) in it from January 01, 2012 to the present day, July 13, 2013.
Mari Tustin
Pamela Comstock
Peck Comstock
Austin Comstock
Craig Comstock
Judith Comstock
Susan Comstock
Tracy Comstock
Nathan Benjamin
Caleb Baskin
David Baskin
Jack Baskin
Heather Babcock
Claude Babcock
Curtiss Babcock
Beverly Lorenz
James Lorenz
Analicia Cube
Analicia Lesnowicz
Edward Lesnowicz
Mary Lesnowicz
Mathew Lesnowicz
Emmanuel "Dexter" Cube
Zachary Wormhoudt
George William Church
Ken Collins
TJ Magallanes
Jeremy Leonard
John Robinson
Don Roland
Julie Schaul
Deborah Elston
J.D. Sotelo
Santa Cruz Neighbors, Inc.
Mc Pageant, Inc.
Downtown Management Corporation of Santa Cruz
Baskin and Grant, LLP
Comstock, Thompson, Kontz & Brenner
The City of Santa Cruz employees and officials whose written communications I would like copies of are:

Ryan Coonerty, former Mayor and City Council member
Cynthia Mathews, former Mayor and City Council member
Mike Rotkin, former Mayor and former City Council member
Don Lane, former Mayor and City Council member
Katherine Beiers, former City Council member
Hilary Bryant, Mayor and City Council member
Tony Madrigal, former City Council member
Lynn Robinson, Vice–Mayor and City Council member
David Terrazas, City Council member
Pamela Comstock, City Council member
Micah Posner, City Council Member
Tom Graves, former City Clerk
Bren Lehr, City Clerk Administrator
Nydia Patino, Records Coordinator
John Barisone, City Attorney
Susan Barisone, Assistant City Attorney
Ciao Arellano, Deputy City Attorney
all Financial Department staff
Martín Bernal, City Manager
Tina Shull, Assistant to the City Manager
Scott Collins, Assistant to the City Manager
Suzanne Haberman, Administrative Assistant to the City Manager
Richard Wilson, former City Manager
Juliana Rebagliati, Director of Planning and Community Development
Elizabeth Camarie, Office Manager
Linda Gardner, Code Compliance Specialist
Cassandra White, Code Compliance Specialist
Jeff Trapp, Fire Chief
Ron Oliver, former Fire Chief
Mark Ramos, former Fire Division Chief
Eric Aasen, Fire Division Chief
Division Fire Marshal Parker
all Fire Department Marine Division Safety Staff
EMS Battalion Chief Scott Vahradran
Engineer and Fire Mechanic David Graff
Firefighter Ryan Baker
Firefighter Adam Phillips
Firefighter Ryan van Kaathhoven
Firefighter Jesse hardy
Firefighter Daniel Vaggioli
Fire Engineer Dave Graff
Fire Engineer Ryan Reber
Fire Engineer Josh Coleman
Fire Engineer Cody Mulhy
Fire Captain Dan Kline
Fire Captain Al Jett
Fire Captain Rob Young
Carol Musich, Administrative Assistant
Bonnie Lipscomb, Redevelopment Director
Katherine Donovan, Redevelopment Manager
Julie Hendee, Redevelopment Manager
Kathryn L. Mintz, Redevelopment Finance Manager
Carol Berg, Housing Manager
Norm Daly, Housing Programs Coordinator
Peter Koht, Economic Development Coordinator
Jan Lemos, Office Manager
J. Guevara, Management Analyst
Joe Hall, Management Professional
Kevin Vogel, Police Chief
Rick Martinez, Deputy Police Chief
Steve Clark, Deputy Police Chief
Rudy Escalante, former Police Lieutenant
Colleen McMahon–Sepulveda, former Police Lieutenant
Dan Flippo, Police Lieutenant
Patricia Husome, Police Records Manager
Debbie Lentini, Police Records Supervisor
Jacqueline Drechsler, Police Records Supervisor

As these records are of great public interest, since they will be made available to the news media being carbon copied, I ask you to waive any exemptions to disclosing these records.
I also ask you to waive all applicable fees (search, retrieval, redaction and duplication) in the public interest.
I am willing to pay a fee of up to $125 for this request. If you estimate the cost of completing this request will exceed that amount, please contact me first before completing it with a fee estimate, so that I may again narrow it. If this request would entail special searches which would incur search fees to me, please contact me first with a fee estimate.
Thank you for fulfilling my CPRA request in order to assist the government to protect my civil rights.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this request, or named parties have been misspelled, please contact me.
Respectfully yours,
John E. Colby, Ph.D.
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2013-07-12 "Request to Narrow the scope of your request" from Nydia Patino [npatino@cityofsantacruz.com] to John Colby:
Mr. Colby, Your request is overbroad. We request that you please narrow the scope of your request so we may be able to satisfy it. Thank you.
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2013-07-01 "CPRA request for written communications about individuals/organizations with The City of Santa Cruz" message from John Colby to Bren Lehr, Santa Cruz City Clerk Administrator:
Dear Ms. Lehr:
I am writing to assist the government in protecting my civil rights.
Under rights granted me by the California Public Records Act (CPRA), I am requesting all electronic and non-electronic written communications about, pertaining to or referring to the following individuals and organizations from January 01, 2010 to the present day, July 01, 2013.
Mari Tustin
Pamela Comstock
Peck Comstock
Austin Comstock
Craig Comstock
Judith Comstock
Susan Comstock
Tracy Comstock
Nathan Benjamin
Caleb Baskin
David Baskin
Jack Baskin
Heather Babcock
Claude Babcock
Curtiss Babcock
Beverly Lorenz
James Lorenz
Analicia Cube
Analicia Lesnowicz
Edward Lesnowicz
Mary Lesnowicz
Mathew Lesnowicz
Emmanuel "Dexter" Cube
Zachary Wormhoudt
George William Church
Ken Collins
TJ Magallanes
Jeremy Leonard
John Robinson
Don Roland
Julie Schaul
Deborah Elston
J.D. Sotelo
Santa Cruz Neighbors, Inc.
Mc Pageant, Inc.
Downtown Management Corporation of Santa Cruz
Baskin and Grant, LLP
Comstock, Thompson, Kontz & Brenner

The City of Santa Cruz employees and officials whose written communications I would like copies of are:
Ryan Coonerty, former Mayor and City Council member
Cynthia Mathews, former Mayor and City Council member
Mike Rotkin, former Mayor and former City Council member
Don Lane, former Mayor and City Council member
Katherine Beiers, former City Council member
Hilary Bryant, Mayor and City Council member
Tony Madrigal, former City Council member
Lynn Robinson, Vice–Mayor and City Council member
David Terrazas, City Council member
Pamela Comstock, City Council member
Micah Posner, City Council Member
Tom Graves, former City Clerk
Bren Lehr, City Clerk Administrator
Nydia Patino, Records Coordinator
John Barisone, City Attorney
Susan Barisone, Assistant City Attorney
Ciao Arellano, Deputy City Attorney
all Financial Department staff
Martín Bernal, City Manager
Tina Shull, Assistant to the City Manager
Scott Collins, Assistant to the City Manager
Suzanne Haberman, Administrative Assistant to the City Manager
Richard Wilson, former City Manager
Juliana Rebagliati, Director of Planning and Community Development
Elizabeth Camarie, Office Manager
Linda Gardner, Code Compliance Specialist
Cassandra White, Code Compliance Specialist
Jeff Trapp, Fire Chief
Ron Oliver, former Fire Chief
Mark Ramos, former Fire Division Chief
Eric Aasen, Fire Division Chief
Division Fire Marshal Parker
all Fire Department Marine Division Safety Staff
EMS Battalion Chief Scott Vahradran
Engineer and Fire Mechanic David Graff
Firefighter Ryan Baker
Firefighter Adam Phillips
Firefighter Ryan van Kaathhoven
Firefighter Jesse hardy
Firefighter Daniel Vaggioli
Fire Engineer Dave Graff
Fire Engineer Ryan Reber
Fire Engineer Josh Coleman
Fire Engineer Cody Mulhy
Fire Captain Dan Kline
Fire Captain Al Jett
Fire Captain Rob Young
Carol Musich, Administrative Assistant
Bonnie Lipscomb, Redevelopment Director
Katherine Donovan, Redevelopment Manager
Julie Hendee, Redevelopment Manager
Kathryn L. Mintz, Redevelopment Finance Manager
Carol Berg, Housing Manager
Norm Daly, Housing Programs Coordinator
Peter Koht, Economic Development Coordinator
Jan Lemos, Office Manager
J. Guevara, Management Analyst
Joe Hall, Management Professional
Kevin Vogel, Police Chief
Rick Martinez, Deputy Police Chief
Steve Clark, Deputy Police Chief
Rudy Escalante, former Police Lieutenant
Colleen McMahon–Sepulveda, former Police Lieutenant
Dan Flippo, Police Lieutenant
Patricia Husome, Police Records Manager
Debbie Lentini, Police Records Supervisor
Jacqueline Drechsler, Police Records Supervisor

As these records are of great public interest, since they will be made available to the news media being carbon copied, I ask you to waive any exemptions to disclosing these records.
I also ask you to waive all applicable fees (search, retrieval, redaction and duplication) in the public interest.
I am willing to pay a fee of up to $50 for this request. If you estimate the cost of completing this request will exceed that amount, please contact me first before completing it with a fee estimate, so that I may narrow it. If this request would entail special searches which would incur search fees to me, please contact me first with a fee estimate.
Thank you for fulfilling my CPRA request in order to assist the government to protect my civil rights.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this request, or named parties have been misspelled, please contact me.


2013-07-02 "Welcome comments about Take Back Santa Cruz camera surveillance program"
message by John E. Colby to "Electronic Frontier Foundation":
Dear Electronic Frontier Foundation Staff:
I believe the effort described below by an illegal charity and contentious community group — which seems to have an anti-poor and anti-homeless agenda — could be misused, in private hands, against public privacy for a sort of private police state. I reported Take Back Santa Cruz to the Registry of Charitable Trusts (RCT) with the CA DOJ as an illegal charity as well as submitting Freedom of Information (FOI) requests to local government about their relationship to this group — Take Back Santa Cruz seems to have shadowy relations with local “movers and shakers”. They have been committing (tax) fraud, while dividing the community with their vocal, hostile agenda.
I recently asked U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr., to investigate Take Back Santa Cruz — they seem to have mounted a campaign to run me out of my Section 8 apartment complex to retaliate against me for my actions against them. See the copied email below.
[takebacksantacruz.com/cameras-solution-team]
[takebacksantacruz.org/solution-groups/city-actions-solutions-team]
I welcome your comments about this.
Respectfully yours, [signed] John E. Colby, Ph.D.


2013-06-24 "Did the City of Santa Cruz retaliate against me for my FOI advocacy?"
message from John Colby:
To whom it may concern:
Santa Cruz City Attorney John Barisone is threatening to shutdown my Freedom of Information (FOI) advocacy which would embarrass the City of Santa Cruz because of their connections to illegal charity Take Back Santa Cruz and their lack of protection at Mission Gardens for my sister and I from resident criminals. Please read his threat to seek a protective order against my future PRA requests — this is an attack on the public's right to know, on FOI rights, on democratic processes in City of Santa Cruz government.
Will federal and state government and the news media allow Mr. Barisone to shutdown my investigations shedding light on the City's relationship to shadowy community groups, illegal charity Take Back Santa Cruz and their refusal to protect us from criminals? Will the news media allow him to shut me down from sharing these records with you?
Point: I believe the City of Santa Cruz ordered their planning commissioner and Mission Gardens management senior vice president Mari Tustin to have her attorney Nathan Benjamin pull the plug on my tenancy at the Mission Gardens Apartments partly as retaliation for my FOI advocacy.
This is an attack on my due process, First Amendment and Fair Housing rights. It's despicable and totalitarian — completely unacceptable!


2013-06-19 "Fear I was evicted now because of my CPRA requests about illegal charitable org tied to local government corruption" 
message from John Colby:
Dear Registry of Charitable Trusts,
On an anonymous tip — which I conferred with the local FBI office about (who referred me to you) — I submitted a complaint about the illegal charitable organization Take Back Santa Cruz. I have been submitting California Public Records Act (CPRA) requests about them recently to local government, suspecting they were an illegal charity using their illegal nonprofit status for personal gain and to illegally influence local government.
This complaint to your unit was confirmed as received last week via certified post.
Soon after I submitted these CPRA requests, I was given a 90 day notice of termination of my tenancy at the Mission Gardens Apartments. The management senior vice president Mari Tustin is also a Santa Cruz City planning commissioner who has undue influence and ties with local government.
I suspect local authorities — fearing I would learn of Take Back Santa Cruz being an illegal charity and their ties to it — persuaded Ms. Tustin to falsely terminate my tenancy without just cause (although she was planning to do at some time). They might have triggered it. The CADOJ Public Inquiries Unit told me on the telephone today that your unit would know what government agency would investigate retaliation for exposing Take Back Santa Cruz's illegal nonprofit status related to public corruption in local government.
I will be forwarding you my CPRA requests about Take Back Santa Cruz to you.
Thank you for any assistance you can provide me regarding potential retaliation for exposing Take Back Santa Cruz and local government corruption because of ties to it.
Sincerely yours, [signed] John E. Colby, Ph.D.




2013-06-18 "CPRA request for logs of housing vouchers provided/granted/transferred to 180/180 project or the HSC" 
message by John Colby to Ken Cole (Santa Cruz County Housing Authority Executive Director and Board Secretary):
Dear Director Cole:
Currently I represent about six disabled homeless people who require immediate, permanent housing.
The following Santa Cruz Sentinel Newspaper article led me to renew my efforts to gain information about the 180/180 Housing First project: [http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_23415547/180-180-santa-cruz-effort-house-homeless-people].
Please review your housing authority official Cecilia Jauregui's response, copied below, to my previous California Public Records Act (CPRA) request about the funding, operation and administration of the 180/180 Housing First Project, which has been conducted under the nonprofit status of the Homeless Services Center (HSC) as its sponsor.
Ms. Jauregui seems to be claiming — contrary to published news articles — that the Housing Authority of the County of Santa Cruz has not provided housing vouchers to the 180/180 project.
Please review this Good Times Weekly news article about the 180/180 project receiving housing vouchers from your housing authority: [http://www.gtweekly.com/index.php/santa-cruz-news/santa-cruz-local-news/3762-homes-for-the-homeless.html].
Question: do you deny this?
To gain a satisfactory explanation, I am submitting a CPRA request pursuant to California Gov't Code Section 6250 et seq. — I ask for copies of all logs of housing vouchers provided/granted/transferred to the 180/180 project or its nonprofit sponsor the HSC (of Santa Cruz).
If these records are available in an electronic format such as Portable Document Format (PDF), eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XLS), MS Word Document (DOC), Rich Text Format (RTF), plain electronic text (TXT) or native email formats — like AOL for Windows, Apple Mail, Claris Emailer, Compuserve, EML, Entourage, Eudora, Maldir, MBOX File, Mulberry, Neoplanet, Outlook, Outlook Express, Outspring, Powertalk, Quickmail Pro, Thunderbird, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail and Yahoo Archive! — or as links to the Internet then I ask that they provided to me in one of those forms, preferably in their native format.
I am willing to pay a fee of up to $20 for this request. If you estimate the cost of completing this request will exceed that amount, please contact me first before completing it with a fee estimate. If this request would entail special searches which would incur search fees to me, please contact me first with a fee estimate.
In the public interest — because I plan to provide these logs to the news media and the federal government as well as posting them on the Facebook group [https://www.facebook.com/groups/OpenTransparentAccountableGovernment] — I ask you waive all applicable exemptions and applicable fees (for search, retrieval, redaction and duplication).
Please have your staff confirm receipt of this CPRA request via email, fax or telephone voicemail.
Thank you for your assistance in fulfilling my CPRA request to help me assist disabled homeless people in exercising their civil rights.
Sincerely yours, [signed] John E. Colby, Ph.D.
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2013-06-17 "FW: CPRA request for information about organization funding, administering and operating the 180/180 project" message from Cecilia Jauregui (Santa Cruz County Housing Authority Administration Department) to John Colby, cc: Ken Cole (Santa Cruz County Housing Authority Executive Director and Board Secretary):
Dear Mr. Colby,
You recently made a request for information from our agency under the California Public Records Act. In your email you described the documents you are seeking as follows:
* the most current, comprehensive funding documents for the 180/180 project
* the most current, comprehensive operation documents for the 180/180 project
* the most current, comprehensive 180/180 project descriptions which describe its administration and operation
* the incorporation documents of the organization which administers the 180/180 project
* the most current description of the 180/180 project organization's governing board and its officers
This email is written to reply to your request and to inform you that the Housing Authority of the County of Santa Cruz has no formal relationship with the 180/180 project and we do not have copies of any of the documents that you are requesting. The 180/180 project is a community wide campaign to help identify and house medically vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals in Santa Cruz County. The Housing Authority does not administer or monitor this campaign. It is our understanding that the fiscal agent for the 180/180 project is the Homeless Services Center. The campaign website is [www.180santacruz.org].
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2013-06-11 "RE: CPRA request for information about organization funding, administering and operating the 180/180 project" message from Cecilia Jauregui (Santa Cruz County Housing Authority Administration Department) to John Colby, cc: Ken Cole (Santa Cruz County Housing Authority Executive Director and Board Secretary):  
Dear Mr. Colby,
This email serves as confirmation that we are in receipt of your CPRA request for information regarding the 180/180 project.
Thank you.
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2013-06-08 "CPRA request for information about funding, administering and operating the 180/180 project"
message by John Colby to Ken Cole (Santa Cruz County Housing Authority Executive Director and Board Secretary): 
Dear Director Cole:
Currently I represent about six disabled homeless people who require immediate, permanent housing.
The following Sentinel News article is leading me to renew my efforts to gain information about the 180/180 project: [http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_23415547/180-180-santa-cruz-effort-house-homeless-people].
I would like to understand what organization is funding, administering and operating the 180/180 project and the nature of this organization. Previous efforts to gain this information from the City and County of Santa Cruz were met with evasion.
To this end, I am submitting a California Public Records Act (CPRA) request pursuant to California Gov't Code Section 6250 et seq. — I ask for copies of:
* the most current, comprehensive funding documents for the 180/180 project
* the most current, comprehensive operation documents for the 180/180 project
* the most current, comprehensive 180/180 project descriptions which describe its administration and operation
* the incorporation documents of the organization which administers the 180/180 project
* the most current description of the 180/180 project organization's governing board and its officers
If these records are available in an electronic format such as Portable Document Format (PDF), eXtensible Style Language (XLS), MS Word Document (DOC), Rich Text Format (RTF), plain electronic text (TXT) or native email formats — like AOL for Windows, Apple Mail, Claris Emailer, Compuserve, EML, Entourage, Eudora, Maldir, MBOX File, Mulberry, Neoplanet, Outlook, Outlook Express, Outspring, Powertalk, Quickmail Pro, Thunderbird, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail and Yahoo Archive! — or as links to the Internet then I ask that they provided to me in one of those forms, preferably in their native format.
I am willing to pay a fee of up to $50 for this request. If you estimate the cost of completing this request will exceed that amount, please contact me first before completing it with a fee estimate. If this request would entail special searches which would incur search fees to me, please contact me first with a fee estimate.
Note that pursuant to the CPRA I cannot be charged for normal search costs. In the public interest, I ask you to waive all applicable exemptions and applicable fees (for search, retrieval, redaction and duplication).
Please have your staff confirm receipt of this CPRA request via email, fax or telephone voicemail.

Thank you for your assistance in fulfilling my CPRA request to help me assist disabled homeless people in exercising their civil rights.
Sincerely yours, [signed] John E. Colby, Ph.D.


2013-06-13 "RE: Public Records Request - Please respond by June 20"
message by Santa Cruz City Attorney John Barisone [jbarisone@abc-law.com] to Santa Cruz employees mentioned in 2013-06-11 message by John Colby to Santa Cruz City Clerk Administrator Bren Lehr:
My suggestion to all of you is to simply check your emails (inbox, deleted, and sent) via the “search” function using the terms “Take Back Santa Cruz”, “Clean Team”, and “Local Lurker”. Do not concern yourselves with the remainder of the request as it is, in my opinion, impermissibly overbroad. If Mr. Colby doesn’t like our response, he has the option of challenging that response in court and I would be quite happy to meet him in court and, in the process, seek a protective order from the court that would limit his PRA requests in the future. Thanks, JGB
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2013-06-12  "Public Records Request - Please respond by June 20" message by Nydia Patino to Santa Cruz employees mentioned in 2013-06-11 message by John Colby to Santa Cruz City Clerk Administrator Bren Lehr:
Please find the below Public Records Request received in the City Clerk’s Division.
Please provide disclosable public records or advise that no documents exist by June 20 so I may have time to compile your responses and forward them to Mr. Colby.
Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions or concerns. Thank you!
[signed] Nydia Patiño, Records Coordinator, City of Santa Cruz
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2013-06-11 " Public Records Request - Please respond by June 20"
message by John Colby to Santa Cruz City Clerk Administrator Bren Lehr:
Dear Ms. Lehr:
I am writing on behalf of community members outraged by the recent threats and takeover of public discourse by what seems to be a small, yet very vocal minority. Specifically, I refer you to misbehavior described in the new articles referenced by the links below:
* [http://santacruz.patch.com/groups/jeremy-leonards-blog/p/bp--fever-pitch-interview-with-sc-clean-team-founder-0c63abc71a]
* [http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2013/05/15/18736901.php]
* [http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/localnews/ci_22726140/man-who-allegedly-stole-flowers-from-fallen-officers]
Under rights granted me by the California Public Records Act (CPRA), I am requesting all electronic communications about, pertaining to, or referring to the groups (and members thereof) Take Back Santa Cruz (TBSC), the Clean Team, Report Your Local Lurker, and any other group or individuals who have communicated grievances about crime, needle exchange, IV drug users, drug addicts, gangs and the homeless from January 01, 2010 to the present day, May 24, 2013.
The City of Santa Cruz employees and officials whose electronic communications I would like copies of are:
1. Ryan Coonerty, former Mayor and City Council member
2. Cynthia Mathews, former Mayor and City Council member
3. Mike Rotkin, former Mayor and former City Council member
4. Don Lane, former Mayor and City Council member
5. Katherine Beiers, former City Council member
6. Hilary Bryant, Mayor and City Council member
7. Tony Madrigal, former City Council member
8. Lynn Robinson, Vice–Mayor and City Council member
9. David Terrazas, City Council member
10. Pamela Comstock, City Council member
11. Micah Posner, City Council Member
12. Tom Graves, former City Clerk
13. Bren Lehr, City Clerk Administrator
14. Nydia Patino, Records Coordinator
15. John Barisone, City Attorney
16. Ciao Arellano, Deputy City Attorney
17. Martín Bernal, City Manager
18. Tina Shull, Assistant to the City Manager
19. Scott Collins, Assistant to the City Manager
20. Suzanne Haberman, Administrative Assistant to the City Manager
21. Richard Wilson, former City Manager
22. Juliana Rebagliati, Director of Planning and Community Development
23. Elizabeth Camarie, Office Manager
24. Linda Gardner, Code Compliance Specialist
25. Cassandra White, Code Compliance Specialist
26. Jeff Trapp, Fire Chief
27. Ron Oliver, former Fire Chief
28. Mark Ramos, Fire Division Chief
29. Division Fire Marshal Parker
30. all Fire Department Marine Division Safety Staff
31. EMS Battalion Chief Scott Vahradran
32. Engineer and Fire Mechanic David Graff
33. Firefighter Ryan Baker
34. Firefighter Adam Phillips
35. Firefighter Ryan van Kaathhoven
36. Firefighter Jesse hardy
37. Firefighter Daniel Vaggioli
38. Fire Engineer Dave Graff
39. Fire Engineer Ryan Reber
40. Fire Engineer Josh Coleman
41. Fire Engineer Cody Mulhy
42. Fire Captain Dan Kline
43. Fire Captain Al Jett
44. Fire Captain Rob Young
45. Carol Musich, Administrative Assistant
46. Bonnie Lipscomb, Redevelopment Director
47. Katherine Donovan, Redevelopment Manager
48. Julie Hendee, Redevelopment Manager
49. Kathryn L. Mintz, Redevelopment Finance Manager
50. Carol Berg, Housing Manager
51. Norm Daly, Housing Programs Coordinator
52. Peter Koht, Economic Development Coordinator
53. Jan Lemos, Office Manager
54. J. Guevara, Management Analyst
55. Joe Hall, Management Professional
56. Kevin Vogel, Police Chief
57. Rick Martinez, Deputy Police Chief
58. Steve Clark, Deputy Police Chief
59. Rudy Escalante, former Police Lieutenant
60. Colleen McMahon–Sepulveda, Police Lieutenant
61. Dan Flippo, Police Lieutenant
62. Patricia Husome, Police Records Manager
63. Jacqueline Drechsler, Police Records Supervisor

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