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John Popper Says:

Wed, Apr 27 2016 08:05 PM

The fact that those two positive comments were written one minute apart proves it is John McCann himself. What a sociopath. I can imagine him sitting at his little computer typing those up. Do we have a city councilman or a catfisher? Obviously he is not very mature. But don't tell him that he might throw a rock at you (I have seen the video of him doing it before).


John Popper Says:

Wed, Apr 27 2016 05:39 PM

So clearly Sebastian and Bob G are either McCann himself, his wife, or staffers. Great job John.


unionprez Says:

Tue, Apr 26 2016 10:16 PM

The Fair Political Practices Commission should investigate the Sweetwater Union President and investigate how much of the union dues he spends on lunch. He boasts about lunch all the time on twitter.


Bob G Says:

Tue, Apr 26 2016 07:29 PM

Happy to hear that we are now getting a hotel in EastLake. My family is thrilled to finally get a hotel. Informative update for us residents.


Sebastian Says:

Tue, Apr 26 2016 07:28 PM

Thank you Mr. McCann for giving residents on the Eastside an update on our city and thank you for taking the time after the event to speak with me and other residents about our concerns in our neighborhoods. I loved that Captain Kennedy was there too from the Police Department to answer all of our questions.


Jerry Gonzales Says:

Tue, Apr 26 2016 05:09 AM

"...we are not about to humiliate...our judges". But doing the same to Alayda is acceptable, apparently.


Lee Wheeland Says:

Sun, Apr 24 2016 03:11 PM

Where was this "meeting" advertised? I am very interested in the issues in our area and am tired of the lack of representation in this district. Why was there no mention of the issues that are facing people in our district in McCann's talk? Totally unprofessional not to take questions, especially when there are no regular meetings with the voters, unlike another district which holds meetings that are advertised and open to the questions of the voters.


kevinb---hole Says:

Sun, Apr 24 2016 01:46 PM

I don't understand what the fuss is about with the Fair Political Practices Commission. Hence the word "Fair", which is exactly the opposite of what this commission is not doing. They are just targeting the democrats, especially the one's who support the union like Francisco Tamayo. One wonders why this organization isn't investigating the REPUBLICAN candidates.

Support our teachers unions! Support Otay Ranch High School! Union Yes! No Place for Hate!


anniej Says:

Sun, Apr 24 2016 01:45 PM

Did Mr. McCann happen to give an update on his campaign promise to remove the 125 toll?


WOODIE TAEATAFA Says:

Sun, Apr 24 2016 11:43 AM

In reading this article I question the intent of those candidates making the complaint. I hate politics because I know the game is to take down the forerunner to open room for themselves. I question this investigation because I personally know and work with Dr. Reyes. He makes no decisions nor does anything that deals in the gray or draw possible negative attention towards him. His intentions and decisions are based on kids and the community. But above all he would never do anything that is questionable or unethical. So this investigation which questions many of his ethics and values will be cleared, but of course after the election. And who does that benefit? Those candidates that want made this complaint. I hate politics, but I also hate good people being put through the ringer.


Jill Galvez Says:

Sun, Apr 24 2016 10:49 AM

Everybody knows that Larry Breitfelder is a political tool. Whenever a bully with money wants something unsavory done, Larry Breitfelder is your guy. Who has wound up Larry this time? Earl Jentz? The Lincoln Club? One of the goofy but well-funded "taxpayers' associations" that this political hack uses as a cover for his endorsements and finances? Larry should not throw foul matter into a fan and not expect that it won't come back to hit him and whomever is REALLY behind his complaint. We will find out soon enough, when some unethical campaign uses the bogus headline from this article to smear Dr. Reyes' good name. Shame on you, Larry, and your buddy pulling your strings.


sosocal Says:

Sun, Apr 24 2016 07:23 AM

Interesting that McCann did not take any questions from the assembled constituents. What was not mentioned was that a representative from the CVPD spoke on the crime situation in this area. Officer Kennedy said that crime is only up 1% in District 1 as opposed to being up 6% in the county. However, many neighborhoods in District 1 have residents who report car theft, car break-ins, breaking and entering into homes and so forth. Officer Kennedy said that the rate for these sorts of crimes usually go up in the spring, implying that this is not unusual. Reported crime rates are lower than actual crime rates, however. Curious that McCann himself chose to avoid this issue completely.


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