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WTF California: Antioch City Attorney Thwarts Transparency, Palo Alto Police Sue over Mural, Plus More

by ECT

On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we discuss the heat, earthquakes and news from around the state. City of Oakley hands out 40 citations for fireworks violations while City of Antioch denies public records request which highlights further lack of transparency (. Palo Alto Police Officers sue over Black Lives Matter Mural as San Diego brings “Say Their Names: Memorial. Meanwhile, voluntary water reductions are requested.

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3 comments

Dan Crosby Jul 9, 2021 - 2:32 pm

Something is not right here! How could anyone be denied something which is part of the PUBLIC RECORD? Torres-Walker shouldn’t even been allowed to remain on the city council, as her run was illegal as was her being elected in the first place. Convicted ARSONISTS are not permitted to run or be elected to any public office. What in hell is the problem with the Antioch City Attorney? Maybe he should be let go as well. I’d take this to the next level.

Mark Mason Jul 10, 2021 - 3:44 pm

Antioch needs a new City Attorney. This one is not doing his job! Did the city get him on-the-cheap?

The Guardian Jul 14, 2021 - 12:58 am

The Torres-Walker woman is a total walking disaster! If she votes for something, then it doesn’t count.

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