Charles E. Miller: What is amazing here is how the pro-710 cities are using public funds set aside to study or pay for transportation project (Measure R tax) to politically challenge the very public that opposes them.
Is that even legal?
Even if it is legal, than it is certainly unethical.
Those citizens like myself that oppose the 710 expansion are noted and qualified professionals in transportation, healthcare, tunneling engineering experts, PR and online relations - most more qualified than those that Metro has hired. Volunteering hundreds of hours that could otherwise go toward community hours are instead squandered fighting political largesse.
This is an additional financial drag on charitable giving that needs to accounted for in the negative column for political discourse and campaign financing.
Joe Cano: Mr Quon, Jim Oswald (Gensler Consulting) is on video showing the threatening behavior . The uncut footage shows many of your consultants actually enjoying the proceedings & a good amount of laughter being heard off camera. My footage shows you did not run in fear as well as your staff. see footage in link(https://