Get ready to get super-duper mad at some new docs we received. This info is all a year old, but it shows how Sam Campana and DDCS, Inc have worked to hide the truth, marginalize opposition, and influence City Council. The fix is in. The only way to stop this is our lawsuit, and to elect one of our own to Council in 2018.
Not very nice things Lynne Lagarde says about Jim Lane. Lynne Lagarde is DDCS, Inc attorney. She wrote the City’s legal position that a vote is not required, the DDC is permitted, and Preserve funds can be used. Oddly enough, she wrote this in 2014, not 2011 when the City was struggling with the question of a bond for the DDC. And again, the DDCS Team breaks the law by advocating for their project.
Here is the real ASU plan. Upto 100 people, upto 15000 sq ft just for the labs! And ASU still has not given 1 dime to the project.
The day they got their contract, DDCS Inc lays out their plan of hiding from opposition, and taking sides against Bob Littlefield’s campaign. Is it any surprise they’ve been hiding from the public since November?
Campana talking to the DDCS Inc Board about how to work against Bob Littlefield in the 2016 election. This is illegal for a City Contractor, and a violation of the IRS tax code. We filed a complaint with the IRS 2 days ago.
Gary Meyer is the City project manager in charge of the DDC. Jim Heitel has spent years working for the Preserve as a Commisioner and advocate. These notes came from Sam Campana’s email – she DOES NOT CARE about the community opinion.
Here’s a transcript of my comments from a radio interview last year on KJZZ. In red, Sam Campana wrote notes to the DDCS Inc Board on 8-29-16. She states 3 times that they will use Preseve funds.
An audio snip of my segment can be found here: http://www.noddc.org/noddc-on-kjzz/
DDCS Inc is a City Contractor, and its illegal for them to advocate for their project. Once again, Campana is breaking the law.
When I met with Campana and Kovach nearly 2 years ago, I had already studied their website and had a series of financial questions they were incapable of answering. Their inability to go off-script left me thinking the project was utterly half-baked, and they were just not that smart. Interesting to see how they tried to play me. My kids, by the way, hate the DDC idea.
Has anyone who has heard me speak or read MY posts found me caustic or vitriolic? Again Campana tries to marginalize opposition with insults.
Here’s Campana again trying to marginalize our factual comments with personal attacks. Does this leave any doubt that she really did call us Nazis in March? And why is the City getting involed?
And this, the day before the City Council was having a work session on the DDC. Breaking the law.
Sometimes we like David Smith, and Carolyn Allen did some great things for Scottsdale. But we’re uncomfortable with Smith voting on the DDC when he donated to their company.
Suzanne Klapp sits down with DDCS, Inc’s Board. More advocating, against the law and their tax-exempt status? We just sent an invite to Ms. Klapp for a conversation.
If Milhaven and DDCS Board member Melinda Gulick want to see Hamilton in New York City, that’s up to them. But for Linda to spend 3 days at Thinc’s offices and still spin to us that she doesn’t know what the plan is, we hope you will help vote her out in 2018.