Archive for October, 2017

The FREE Golf Coverup Continues

  GRAMA Request Stalled Thru "Calculated incompetence?” Cover-up Day 21 –  Cost estimate now up to $2,800! After Monday Oct 23rd CHCRG article “STONEWALL: City demands $2,400 for GRAMA requesting FREE golfing docs?!", City Manager Chandler Goodwin called Researcher Ken Cromar to explain that getting the records was “not as easy as you may think”.  To his credit Goodwin invited Cromar to […]

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BRAD SEARS’ FREE GOLF – Scandal Exposed by Councilman “WikiLeaks” TODAY!

Allegedly former Mayor Brad Sears (1998 to 2004) and his friends have been secretly golfing for FREE since the opening of the golf course in 2004 — over ten years.    Council Rob Crawley has released final report docs on the FREE GOLF scandal with a kind of "CH Golf WikiLeaks” — made available here […]

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TRIBUTES to Rob Crawley – our Cedar Hills HERO!

Financial expert Rob Crawley — a CFO and former CPA — campaigned and was elected to the Cedar Hills City Council to "find out the truth about the golf course" and report the facts to CH residents.   This did not make him popular with the Insiders, pro-golf course special interest groups and some city staff […]

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STONEWALL: City demands $2,400 for GRAMA requesting FREE golfing docs?!

It's official.  The City is in coverup mode.   City Recorder Colleen Mulvey finally responded Friday to a October 9th GRAMA request by Cedar Hills Citizens for Responsible Government (CHCRG) requesting three years of public records that would expose who has been golfing for free — saying, "The city estimates that gathering, sorting, or compiling the requested records […]

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Utah Taxpayer Assoc. Watchdog OPPOSES Prop #7 Tax Increase in CH

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City’s Policy of intolerance, nepotism, & election manipulation – like it or “Move out of Cedar Hills!”

The following letter was submitted to new City Manager Chandler Goodwin, challenging his handling of an OFFICIAL COMPLAINT against city employee Gretchen Gordon un-professional treatment of a resident, conflict of interest, nepotism and impact in the 2011 election outcome — as follows: _____   October 18, 2017   Chandler, Your response to my OFFICIAL COMPLAINT below was […]

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Candidate poll results on Prop #7 PARC Tax Increase

Cedar Hills for Responsible Government conducted a poll of the 2017 CH candidates regarding their positions — either FOR or AGAINST — the City’s proposed new PARC Tax Increase.   Candidates for Mayor Curt Crosby — AGAINST the Tax Increase Jenney Rees — FOR the Tax Increase   Candidates for City Council Maurice Navarro — AGAINST […]

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“Cedar Hills is very ill.” FaceBook post by former Councilman Crawley

"There is an infection that has been festering for many years."   (Note:  The following was posted on Cedar Hills Politics Facebook page — a more respectful place where even women and children can feel safe about sharing their opinions without ridicule or harassment — originated by now former CH Councilman Rob Crawley, whose family recently moved […]

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OFFICIAL COMPLAINT: filed against City Employee Gretchen Gordon

If you don’t like things in Cedar Hills,    “…Why don’t you just move…!”     No CH residents should ever be treated this way by anyone, but especially not by a City employee. Also, in a related issue, residents may want to ask themselves if it's OK if ALL residents don’t feel safe coming to front […]

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Councilwoman Jenney Rees & Candidate for Mayor says – Vote FOR a new PARC Tax Increase

Current City Councilwoman Jenney Rees — who is also a candidate for Mayor — is surprisingly asking Cedar Hills residents to Vote on themselves and their neighbors a Tax Increase!  This from an Administration known for not allowing financial facts ($$ LOSSES) to the voters.  No wonder the City wants / "needs" more money.   CHCRG […]

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