Monday, June 27, 2016


Mayor JOE BOLES and his four Bolesian hick hacks hired ISABELLE CHRISTINE LOPEZ in 2014 as City Attorney.

Other-directed Commissioners NANCY SIKES-KLINE and LEANNA FREEMAN saying in two-part harmony, "She protects us."

From whom?

For whom?

 Should louche lawyer IZZY LOPEZ be sent "back to law school for retreading" or is it time for her to go?"

At minimum, inept, maladroit, other-directed St. Augustine City Attorney ISABELLE CHRISTINE "needs to go back to law school for retreading."

I said that at tonight's (June 27) City Commission meeting.

I actually borrowed the immortal words of my mentor, former Chief Judge of the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB)(1977-1979) and Department of Labor (1979-1995) concerning a Harvard Law School CAB General Counsel who wanted to violate the Due Process rights of America's airlines under the reign of CAB Chair Alfred Kahn, who pursued a deregulatory agenda under President Jimmy Carter.

City Attorney ISABELLE LOPEZ and her office never researched Fifth Amendment taking issues or due process issues and never briefed Commissioners about them before presenting a dopey, half-baked, anti-competitive draft city ordinance that would have subjected our City to civil rights lawsuits by taxicab owners -- it would have banned cabs older than ten years old or with more than 250,000 miles. (See below).

City Attorney ISABELLE LOPEZ signed and "approved as to form" a maladroit consulting contract with LITTLEJOHN ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES, INC. waiving our City's right to jury trial and waiving our right to seek attorney fees.  City staff refuse to identify other contracts waiving such rights without being paid. "Bring extra money," in the words of Jimmy Breslin, is the reign of error of LOPEZ and City staff in an attempt to chill, coerce, restrain and discourage Open Records requests.

It's time for LOPEZ to go back to work for developers -- she's incompetent, costing our City money, waiving our rights, violating artists' rights and proposing unjust laws.  As Saint Augustine said, "An unjust law is no law at all."

No comments: