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Thursday, June 27, 2019 marked a great day for the truth, justice, democracy and the people of Redondo Beach. The judge in the CenterCal and Westport Capital-funded frivolous and malicious lawsuit filed in name only by shills Chris Voisey and Arnette Travis, granted motions for defense counsel’s legal fees totaling just over $898,000. In other words, the shills and their puppet masters are on the hook for nearly$900,000 in legal fees to the lawyers for the defense.

It was stunning to watch CenterCal’s attorney Bradley Hertz of the Sutton Law Firm scramble in vain to re-litigate the November 2018 court decision and attempt to argue that the defendants Mayor Bill Brand, his Volunteer Treasurer Linda Moffat, Council Member Nils Nehrenheim and ROW President Wayne Craig were not entitled to reimbursement; re-classifying the lawsuit as non-frivolous. You could see the judge visibly cringe before shooting that argument down after reading the November 2018 decision and judgment again, confirming it was a frivolous lawsuit with Chris Voisey and Arnette Travis as shills for a sham lawsuit.

Read the Full Story at the Link Below

www.rescueourwaterfront.org/2019/06/27/judgement-day-time-to-pay-900000/
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4 months ago

Rescue our Waterfront

For Immediate Release

Today CenterCal President Fred Bruning released a statement apologizing to the people of Redondo Beach. Bruning specifically directed this apology to those whom he personally tried to destroy for nearly 2 years in a personal lawsuit filed by his proxies Arnette Travis and Chris Voisey, who both also joined Bruning in his heartfelt apology.

According to Mr. Bruning he admitted it was all just a malicious and misguided effort to financially decimate individuals opposed to his harbor mall. Bruning admitted it was all based on greed and making money at the expense of Redondo Beach residents for the next 100 years. He has also apologized to the Firefighters Union for using them for Aspel’s laundry.

Read the whole story at the link below. There's a lot more to sea

www.rescueourwaterfront.org/2019/04/01/important-centercal-update/
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5 months ago

Rescue our Waterfront

Today is Election Day!

DO NOT drop off your ballot at the Redondo Beach Post Office. Doing so won't guarantee it will be properly postmarked. Instead drop off your ballot at one the following drop box locations in Redondo Beach.

Each will be open from 7:00 a.m. until close of polls at 8:00 p.m. at the following locations:

1. Redondo Beach Main Library from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

2. Alta Vista Park Community Center, 715 Julia Street 90277

3. Dominguez Park Historical Musesm 302 Flagler Lane 90277

4. Redondo Beach Public Library– North Branch, 2000 Artesia Blvd. 90278 (Lobby)

5. Anderson Park Senior Center, 3007 Vail Ave. 90278 (lobby)

The residents of Redondo Beach have worked hard for decades to take back our city from the control of special interest developers. Vote for Candace Nafissi, Mel Samples, and Eugene Solomon to ensure that goal becomes a realty.

Candace Nafissi For City Council District 3
candaceforcouncil.com/

Mel Samples For City Council District 5
melsamples.com/

Eugene Solomon For City Treasurer
solomonfortreasurer.com
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5 months ago

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Haven't Mailed-In Your Vote Yet?
Use a Ballot Drop Off Location

To ensure your vote is counted it must be postmarked by March 5th. So if you still have it stacked in a pile on your coffee table there’s a risk it won’t be counted.

You can make sure it’s counted if you use the ballot drop box location at the Redondo Beach Main Library which is open Monday from 10:00 a.m.to 8:00 p.m and on Election Day from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

On Election Day we recommend you DO NOT drop off at the Redondo Beach Post Office. Doing so will not guarantee it will be properly postmarked. Instead drop off your ballot at one the following additional drop box locations in Redondo Beach.

Each will be open from 7:00 a.m. until close of polls at 8:00 p.m. at the following locations:

1. Alta Vista Park Community Center, 715 Julia Street 90277

2. Dominguez Park Historical Musesm 302 Flagler Lane 90277

3. Redondo Beach Public Library– North Branch, 2000 Artesia Blvd. 90278 (Lobby)

4. Anderson Park Senior Center, 3007 Vail Ave. 90278 (lobby)

The residents of Redondo Beach have worked hard for decades to take back our city from the control of special interest developers. Vote for Candace Nafissi, Mel Samples, and Eugene Solomon to ensure that goal becomes a realty.

Candace Nafissi For City Council District 3
candaceforcouncil.com/

Mel Samples For City Council District 5
melsamples.com/

Eugene Solomon For City Treasurer
solomonfortreasurer.com
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5 months ago

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