Editor’s note: I noticed former Grass Valley City Council Member and gadfly Steve Enos, one of this blog’s readers, posted this comment here. It includes mention that he’s going to launch a website, “Clean Up Grass Valley”:
“Our community deserves clean and safe neighborhoods, downtown and public parks… we do not have these anymore and no one at City Hall is saying a thing about these matters. It’s time for change and it’s time to clean up our town!
“Over that last couple of years I have been emailing, calling, meeting with and begging some City Council members and the Chief of Police to help address this stuff… but no action and things keep going downhill. I have asked time and time again that they reach out to the community, to communicate and discuss these issues. Nothing, nada, zip.
“So very soon I’ll be launching a website on these Grass Valley issues, complete with 100’s of photos and very specific information and documentation.
“Since our elected representatives on the City Council and the Chief of Police have failed to address these issues and have refused to reach out to our community to discuss them it’s time for the members of our community to send a big message to them that our children, our seniors, our community deserve clean and safe neighborhoods, a clean and safe downtown, clean and safe shopping centers and clean and safe public parks…we don’t have them now but we will!
“I’ll soon be launching the Clean Up Grass Valley website to shine a light on all this.
It’s one thing to say you love Grass Valley, but actions speak louder than words. Sadly we don’t even have words out of City Hall, much less action.
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