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The hour long encounter between Quartzsite Police Chief Jeff Gilbert, Detective Rodriguez, illegally appointed mayor Wes Huntley and his campaign cheerleaders against mayoral candidate Ed Foster and local business operators (Harris and Jones) in an educational edited format. It should be known that Wes Huntley called the property owner to get permission to put up some campaign signs two weeks earlier, but waited until the morning of the next Town Council meeting to act. He put up over thirty signs on one lot, in what appears to be an attempt to incite Jones and Harris into a confrontation that would potentially justify their arrest. Coincidentally, two weeks earlier, Wes Huntley had the police throw Harris out of the Council meeting for disputing the Police Chief's denial of a documented event that took place at her business two years earlier. The timing question raises the issue: did Huntley as mayor, pull documents at Town Hall to get the landlord's phone number in retaliation for Harris bringing prior police misconduct to light?
23 Apr 2010
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In Quartzsite, AZ the property line is wherever it favors the incumbent "mayor"! Councilman Jerry Lukkason is caught in a secret meeting that morning with Town Building Official Al Johnson. Listen to Johnson's phone conversation carefully...Public Works employee Emmett Brinkerhoff is on the way with his trusty tape measure. Where is the property line? No one really knows for sure because Business 10 (Main St.) was widened and all the existing signs appear to be "encroaching". The big sign which reads "YUO CANT FIX STUPID BUT YOU CAN VOTE THEM OUT" is relocated to the corner, which belongs to the sate and not the Town.
11 May 2010
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9 Feb 2011
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4/13/10 Very early Tuesday morning we encountered our illegally appointed "mayor" putting up campaign signs on the property we leased for our seasonal business. The "mayor" had police on standby across the street and we believe they conspired to provoke us because we posted campaign signs for the reform candidates running for Mayor and Town Council on our business...Note we were walking our dog and kept a safe distance from "mayor" Wes Huntley. We did not threaten him or the two women helping him. We did not even get close enough to identify them! As we went to grab our video camera, I jokingly turned and said "small signs for small minds!" and watch this video to see what happened next...
20 Apr 2010
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Officers Fabiola Garcia and Arizona Constitution Article XXVIII ARTICLE XXVIII. ENGLISH AS THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE 1. English as the official language; applicability Section 1. (1) In this article, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. "Government" includes all laws, public proceedings, rules, publications, orders, actions, programs, policies, departments, boards, agencies, organizations and instrumentalities of this state or political subdivisions of this state, as appropriate under the circumstances to a particular official action. 2. "Official action" includes the performance of any function or action on behalf of this state or a political subdivision of this state or required by state law that appears to present the views, position or imprimatur of the state or political subdivision or that binds or commits the state or political subdivision, but does not include: (a) The teaching of or the encouragement of learning languages other than English. (b) Actions required under the federal individuals with disabilities education act or other federal laws. (c) Actions, documents or policies necessary for tourism, commerce or international trade. (d) Actions or documents that protect the public health and safety, including law enforcement and emergency services. 3. Preserving and enhancing the role of the official language; right to use English Section 3. A. Representatives of government in this state shall preserve, protect and enhance the role of English as the official language of the government of Arizona. B. A person shall not be discriminated against or penalized in any way because the person uses or attempts to use English in public or private communication. 4. Official actions to be conducted in English Section 4. Official actions shall be conducted in English.
12 Nov 2010
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Our 4th annual Quartzsite North Rally at Steinbring Motorcoach had 53 coaches arrive for the weekend. We had ice cream socials, breakfast, dinners and more! Visit us at *******www.steinbring**** for details on next years rally!
15 Sep 2011
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