Archive for August, 2014

330 Days & Counting

No Records, No Signed Affidavits, No more Mediation Normally, getting a GRAMA request (freedom of information) usually takes 10 days or less. But in Cedar Hills, when asking for the Mayor and other city official’s email records, things suddenly get very, very complicated. In 2012, an GRAMA request for email records took over 210 days, but […]

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Bravest Cedar Hills Councilman — is Rob Crawley!

Mayor Gary Gygi is pushing for a $2 million bond (tax increase) for pressurized irrigation meters on every home Mayor Gygi promoted, and the Council awarded, his business associate Richard Nobel a $10,000 water study contract. Councilman Rob Crawley proposed trying to avoid the bond tax increase through alternating water days, as other cities successfully […]

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