Now CABPRO supporters — as well as its own macho founder Todd Juvinall — are showing hypocrisy when it comes to Superior Court Judge Sean Dowling’s stinging ruling that the actions taken by the County against two local residents in Penn Valley constituted a compensable “taking” of property for a cell-phone tower — now being widely reported.
“We all know SteveF is exhibiting phony concerns” about the ruling, wrote Juvinall, CABPRO’s founder, on George Rebane’s blog this weekend.
Steve Frisch responded: “I guess my question is why aren’t you guys as pissed off this happened in Lake Wildwood? I think I know the answer; that you are more likely to support Hank Weston for Supervisor than Fran Cole. But to not be outraged when it happens in your back yard at your cost is the definition of hypocrisy.”
Juvinall donated to Weston campaign
“More likely?” In fact, Todd recently donated $100 to Weston’s re-election campaign, as recent campaign finance reports showed. Todd should have disclosed that in the discussion on Rebane’s blog — but he did not.
The silence on the “taking” ruling by Judge Dowling also is deafening from the other CABPRO supporters pictured here — Russ Steele, Rebane, Barry Pruett (a Penn Valley attorney who vocally supports Weston) et al. Not a peep from CABPRO’s current leaders either! To parody Todd, “What a hoot”!
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(Photo: Rebane’s blog)