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Tanner Says:

Tue, Mar 21 2017 04:23 PM

Sadly I voted for Hector G. Now I regrets it. I would love to redo my vote and sign a recall petition. Sign me up!

julie hoffman Says:

Tue, Mar 21 2017 04:17 PM

I feel it's clear that Hector Gastelum meant what he originally said about Muslims as "Subhuman and "Scum". Now caught he tries to wiggle out of this and cover saying it was taken out of context. Nice try! No matter what, these words are despicable and racist remarks no matter how you cut it, therefore an apology was not enough to wipe "the slate clean". It's enough for him to resign and move on to something else which this would even things up. bye and good luck!

educatedguesspodcast Says:

Sun, Mar 19 2017 09:23 AM

I'd love to be the person that serves him the recall.

Steve Bloom Says:

Sat, Mar 11 2017 07:07 PM

As a principle, I am free to 'hate a religion' while not 'hating the follower'..... as far as public officials are concerned, you ought to include impeaching the judge who declared that burning the US Flag is protected under the first amendment. Your attempt to portray the Otay Water District, under your command, as sort of a wonderful institution omits the scandals that have plaqued the District...... ahem.... the majority (50.01% at least) cringe at the water bill while powerless to do anything about it except elect a few representatives and while most District employees appear diligent, on more than one occasion they have taken their time......... it's not like user-citizens have freedom of choice in water supply... http://www.sdcta.org/.../Otay%20Water%20District... ... now Gastelum comes from yet another cross border political family.... sort of a dynasty, I am not sure the Tijuana mayor is well liked today.... The issue is really not that Gastelum 'hates' muslims or is taken out of context when discussing the precepts of Islam and how they institutionalize discrimination against women, christians, homosexuals, and others who do not share their belief whew, more like 'you guys' think that painting with a broad 'orange stripe' believe it's your duty to direct the emotions of the public in a way that, can I say, increases circulation and the subsequent increase in advertising rates... well? (I am sort of an advertiser, love The Star-News and read every word of every edition, you are a great local necessity, but I am taken aback at the constant crying and sniveling that comes out of one person's opinion under the disguise of journalism) I suppose that's why they call it opinion, but it's 2017 and schoolkids cannot even identify where Colorado is, swaying to an fro under the constant barrage of snippets. Keep it up, I really enjoy your stuff and thanks to John Publisher John Moreno for being such a great guy. Come to our booth Chula Vista-opoly at the International Mariachi Festival Sunday March 12th best wishes !

Sheryl Sanchez Says:

Sat, Mar 11 2017 09:03 AM

As someone who grew up and has lived in Chula Vista since 1960 I am appalled that someone like Mr. Gastelum has been elected. There is no place in our community for deplorable views like his. He MUST RESIGN.

anniej Says:

Sat, Mar 11 2017 07:31 AM


Mark Baca Says:

Sat, Mar 11 2017 07:28 AM

What happened to the 100 Million dollars that the citizens of the POOREST city in San Diego County is getting Raped on a daily basis. This amount is what the city has collected (stolen) since voters approved this tax increase. Will someone let us know where and what this money went to and why is the City still 6 million dollars in the hole. Im thinking it went to pay for the employees PENSIONS.is this public record by chance??????

Andrea Skorepa Says:

Fri, Mar 10 2017 07:52 PM

As a retired CEO & President of a non-profit I confronted people who denigrated our clients for their ethnicity,religion, income level ,educational level and many other issues. I also confronted our own clients who held these beliefs. Neither of them is correct or justified. Neither does Mr. Gastelum he should resign immediately

Ann James Says:

Fri, Mar 03 2017 08:37 AM

any video available of her monologue?

Animal lover Says:

Wed, Mar 01 2017 12:14 PM

This place needs has to be shut down. It does not operate ethically.

Camarogirl67 Says:

Mon, Feb 27 2017 09:14 PM

The cards on the front of all the cages in the store says exactly where the puppies are born (Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, etc.) and they tell you they don't use puppy mills???? Come on people, don't let them lie to you!

Richard Swallow Says:

Mon, Feb 27 2017 04:41 PM

There are many who believe that anyone suggesting (insert name of city) become a Sanctuary City should be apprehended, prosecuted, and imprisoned for conspiring to disobey Federal Law. We are, after all, a nation of laws. Undesirable or outdated laws should be changed through the legislative process, but obeyed until such time that they are overturned.

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