Apparently running for city council is expected fro cost from $1000 to $152,000 to get a $11 an hour job
The most striking is the amount of money incumbent council man Last year Adam Nick was prepared to spend up to $152,000 . Who says you cannot buy city hall.
This year He Apparently did spend over $132,000 to pay for the recall.
Last year I violated "Gardners Law"
when I received 6862 votes while NOT spending any money
Cox Cable Monopoly
When I had the compleat cox package I think I remember bills of $200 or more.
The term I use to describe COX pricing is rip off.
If customers beg they can
get a 6 month promotion to save a few $. Then it would jump up again.
In some parts of Irvine, Google Fiber is offering internet a and TV for a
fraction of what Cox charges us. imagine 100 mbits internet for $50
instead of Cox's option of 6 mbits for more. With Google fiber - For $50 you get 500 mbps, $70
gets 1000 mbits For $130 you get 1000mbits AND TV channels. With
Cox, you are expected to pay $153 for 300mbit internet only. That is
the fastest they offer according to the squirmy cox rep I spoke to.
"great deal" only 2x the price for 1/3 the speed. At the rate for the
you would pay $510 for 1000mbits w cox should they offer it. ATT / Land line telephone company not willing to replace the bad wires in the ground. Good luck U verse customers the telephone company wires in the ground for many parts of lake forest are over 30 ears old . The wires useful life is rated at 20.
I am told Cox owns the wires in the ground and there is nothing we can do.
There is ALWAYS something that can be done.
Eminent domain allows for profit company's like Cox to place boxes on my property with out compensating me, effectivity taking part of my property. Why does it not work in reverse to them?
Why are conduits ( hallow tubes) placed in the ground when ever a road is being worked on. It would save money later when the city ads fiber optic cables under ground.
There are many options. None are considered possibly because someones pockets get lined with $$s.