15 KAMPA EMAILS TO UNCOOPERATIVE DOLLAR GENERAL? Afraid not…….+

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When I listened to the December 17th, 2018 LDPCSD Meeting audio CD I was again struck by two reoccurring aspects of these meeting GM REPORTS –

 1) SOBS, same old BULL $hi7, and

2) they are all dressed up in intricate KAMPA-GANDA labyrinths of words and speech all exquisitely designed to confuse and misrepresent facts in his continuing effort to conceal the unethical and continuing harm to this district, but more importantly, to the MR WECs of the subdivision forced to pay for such betrayal since 1980 formation by LAFCO.

So much of what GM/Treasurer Pete Kampa says just plain doesn’t sound right or pass the BS test if you will, for one reason or another.  This all too common observation triggers my questioning of the matter resulting in time consuming research which confirms, or where really murky activity is present with little information, highly suggests, intentional deception and the concealment of important fact from the public.

I have always freely admitted to being very suspicious regarding activities of our “remote managing” LDPCSD GM/Treasurer Pete Kampa, and sadly,  this post is just another example of why that is, at least for me personally.  Seems Pete routinely furnishes examples of why confidence in the accuracy of the information he relays is a real gamble if you are interested in the truth.  Whatever the story Pete may be spinning at the time you can bet there is always a KAMPA-GANDA portion lurking in the shadows far removed from what is generally accepted as ethical behavior by those in such important positions of public trust.

OK, I do not trust Pete Kampa or ANYTHING HE HAS DONE SINCE RETURNING TO THE LDPCSD where he started his infamous water career here in the United States over twenty years ago by personally setting up LAFCO ANNEXATIONS which is GROUND ZERO in this LDPCSD CORRUPTION

in my semi hermit internet outspoken repetitive styled opinion – lol . 

Of course four years service on the LDPCSD Board of Directors exposed me to an environment and much information the average MR WECs is only learning now.  Yes this is an incredible amount of work (AGAIN- the district, especially in light of its NONTRANSPARENT HISTORY FOR DECADES should be required  to post every single LDPCSD meeting audio on the ldpcsd website for public consumption (in addition to their forced consumption of a “blended outside POU sales water”) but it MUST BE DONE unless, such special interest corruption is to be made official LDPCSD policy.  How can I enjoy why I purchased my Lake Don Pedro subdivision land if threatened by a carpet bagging “remote GM/Treasurer” who has quite clearly demonstrated his dedication to expanding costly special benefit water services on the financial backs of letitimate water customers of the subdivison in favor of his special interest 20 year old LAFCO ANNEXATIONS?

A vicious time consuming cycle because the Board of Directors have each, and as a whole, continued to relinquish their power and authority 

(to run this district ethically and legally to the service of the intended far majority of legal customers)

-to a man with decades of documented special interest for owners of LAFCO ANNEXED LAND with PROPOSED DEVELOPMENTS that are stalled for lack of available water in this drought prone area.  (Some projects even contrary to the interests of the ALREADY EXISTING AND APPROVED SUBDIVISION WHICH ALREADY HAS AN ADDED LAYER OF GOVERNMENT IN THE FORM OF A CID/POA/CC&R/Davis-Sterling Act governed subdivision.)

[common interest development/property owners association/covenants,codes & restrictions]

 

I wonder if you viewers can tell when I pick back up on a continuing long post with a different more positive attitude, say due to rest, or in the alternative, notice an angrier expression due to escalating frustration with the lack of, or glacial speed of, law enforcement regarding such local agency corruption?

 

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Perhaps another example of corruption and decay would be beneficial in recognizing what is at play with the LDPCSD and its NEGLIGENT PARENT LAFCOs?

(expanded this out a bit to clearly make the connection between the two different failures)

Would it be proper, logical, legal, moral, etc.,  to subject a child to further injurious punishment for having rotten teeth, poor skin, and being morbidly obese when the parents have routinely provided soda pop, candy and treats as incentives to encourage co-operation and accelerate training since birth – rather than proper nourishment and responsible guidance for normal growth?

BREAK IT DOWN…..

Would it be proper, logical, legal, moral, etc.,  to subject a child to further injurious punishment for having rotten teeth, 

(LDPCSD annexations – permitting developments without adequate water service – LDPCSD conflicting unethical policies due to LAFCo’s special interest decisions catering to third party developers over the established interests of the LEGAL  MR WECs in the CID/POA & CC&R GOVERNED Lake Don Pedro subdivision),

poor skin

(LDPCSD public appearance and first impression reputation),

and being morbidly obese 

(LDPCSD massive unsupported expansion of District Service Boundaries outside the legal Place of Use for WL11395 contrary to operative regulations and law)

when the parents have routinely provided soda pop, candy and treats

(LDPCSD annexations – permitting developments without adequate water service)

as incentives to encourage co-operation and accelerate training since birth –

(placate water demanding real estate/land developer interests with unsupported annexations to facilitate rural foothill growth counties wouldn’t have to finance)

rather than proper nourishment and responsible guidance for normal growth?

No doubt both the LDPCSD and the Lake Don Pedro residential subdivision have, and are, paying a horrible price for the intentional violation of state water regulations in an attempt to create a “foothill water empire” with that surreptitious “master plan” apparently orchestrated by those in control of the LAFCOs (Local Agency Formation Commissions) of Tuolumne and Mariposa which created the LDPCSD in 1980.    (How else could the initial service area established by the CPUC in January 1981 have been changed and the initial LAFCO commissioned 1980 area service map be AWOL/MIA [absent without leave and missing in action]  for forty (40) years?)

The local government betrayal of “tax paying mandatory property owner customers” of our preexisting CID/POA governed subdivision – along with the continued intentional exploitation of our most valuable resource in quality Merced River water from Lake McClure per Water License 11395 is simply reprehensible.

What a magnificent selling point for real estate sales within our subdivision which is now only half developed.  How many more people could have been encouraged to purchase property here and make these beautiful foothills their final home?   Our subdivision and every single property owner, whether resident or absentee, has been financially harmed by this continuing county betrayal which in reality likely assisted in our ultimate government designation as a DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITY!

The only disadvantage I see is a lack of honest responsible local government which only continues a conspiracy with rogue LDPCSD officials to continue the special benefit GROUNDWATER SUBSTITUTION PROGRAM for LAFCO ANNEXATIONS with all those substantial additional costs passed on to MR WECs as they have been since August 1980.

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That LAFCO PARENT CONCEPT kind of encouraged this “almost music” video presentation stuff.  REM?  A disguised Chipmunk type voice and off we go to spread the word of unethical financial liabilities being forced on the MR WECs of the Lake Don Pedro residential subdivision for perpetuity.   Yep, diminishing this POA’s greatest selling point for encouraging more people to move up here to these beautiful Sierra Nevada western foothills and create a home.  The words I would like to use to accurately describe these treacherous money worshiping traitors I will withhold for now.

(NOTE: as mentioned in the original postings at the time, Director Jim Sult (left middle- green shirt) was not one of the original designers – or apparent supporters – of this continuing water POU MAP SCAM.  The community was indeed lucky to have Mr. Sult on the board although only for a relatively short period of time.)

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Why are the MR WECs of the Lake Don Pedro subdivision further punished for LAFCO failures to properly discharge their duties in:

1) the actual formation of the LDPCSD and its water service boundaries according to the California Public Utilities Commission decision approving the transfer of Sierra Highland’s facilities and assets to the new LDPCSD, and

2) realistically researching annexation applications and their  proposed developments outside the WL POU APPROVED SUBDIVISION (with special emphasis on compliance with their own operating 76-4 Resolution requiring an adequate services clause in the annexation application)

???

LAFCO ANNEXATION WATER  has always been wrongfully subsidized by thousands of innocent victim MERCED RIVER WATER ENTITLED CUSTOMERS (MR WECs) of the Lake Don Pedro subdivision, which was formerly the SIERRA HIGHLANDS WATER COMPANY subdivision which is the PLACE OF USE for MERCED RIVER WATER per WATER LICENSE 11395 under which the LDPCSD has operated since formation by county LAFCOs of Tuolumne and Mariposa in 1980.

I DIGRESS….BACK TO THE 15 EMAILS KAMPA SENT TO DOLLAR GENERAL OFFICIALS

So viewers might easier appreciate what I’m clumsily attempting to explain here —(I’m tired, frustrated and in a bit of pain anyway due to that injury a few weeks ago – but getting better thanks) let us take a short trip back to the recent December 17th, 2018 LDPCSD Board Meeting where Director Russell Warren questioned GM Kampa about the newly opened Dollar General Store on HWY 132 and problems concerning that organization following the contract for water service Kampa negotiated.   (Some of my video comments will become more understandable in later blah blah blah after the below video.  You know, this is another good example of why Board Directors and public should be provided such information (as they were prior to KAMPACS MANAGEMENT) for their own reading in the agenda packet.  I believe that was one of my first public comments when I returned to this LAKE DON PEDRO CSD NIGHTMARE after the passing of Tara my former GSD who had Degenerative Myelopathy (a slow paralyzing condition starting from tail and works its way to the brain stem, fortunately physically painless but …. – oh crap!  Can’t even go there now…..!).

Anyway, when I first returned to meetings I saw the complete control by Kampa and the board oblivious as to rudimentary facts about the district and its operation who could only recite sentences and phrases like KAMPA-GANDIZED trained primates conditioned to reward.   Simple, obvious, and legitimate questions posed to the board and GM had to be repeated ad nauseam just for acknowledgement but then never answered.  Agenda item requests with pertinent subjects routinely rejected or indefinitely put on hold due to more serious matters never to be revisited.

“what I’m clumsily attempting to explain here” – for sure huh?  here’s the video I did yesterday

 

 

Hello!  Welcome back.  How was your return trip from the video?  I’ve got a mess here.  Many of the files he sent will not print or copy correctly for some reason.  Bare with me, if I have to I will re-type some of it for clarity.

Anyway, Kampa said he sent 15 emails to DG, right?  Let’s start with my PUBLIC INFORMATION REQUEST (when I inserted the original request with numbering, the website editor went crazy and inserted other numbering/lettering stuff – so ignore that double number/letter crap.  lol)

 

From: Lew Richardson
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 11:43 AM
To: Syndie Marchesiello <syndie@ldpcsd.org>
Subject: PUBLIC INFORMATION REQUEST

 

Hello Syndie,

Thanks for the meeting CDs but would appreciate copies of the below GM handouts for the Monday, December 17th, 2018 LDPCSD Board meeting that were not contained in the noticed agenda packets as the meeting discussion is hard to follow sometimes just listening to the audio without the document in hand for reference.   Syndie, since you have been  specifically trained in the Brown Act and in preparing public agency agendas and board packets, could you educated me as to why important information contained in the GM report (and other GM meeting handouts) is not included within the properly noticed agenda packet prepared in the LDPCSD office and distributed?  (The GM made a point of saying his report would be sent to the office by email on December 14th – apparently suggesting with sufficient time for proper inclusion and notice – yet it was not in any of the distributed packets or available on the website. )

  1. Apparently during the December 17th, 2018 LDPCSD Monthly Board Meeting there was a
  1. a) GM Report handout
  2. b)  I believe there was also a water loss report, and,
  3. c)  some compliance monitoring information.
  1. Also, there was discussion of the failure of the DOLLAR GENERAL to honor the LDPCSD contract by providing required documents GM Kampa had negotiated with them for development of the store.  Kampa stated he had spoken with different DG representatives multiple times on the telephone and had sent 15 emails to them requesting the information.  KAMPA said he is now charging his hours of work on this problem and needs to set a date to force the issue with Dollar General.

This is a public information request for those 15 emails sent to Dollar General officials by LDPCSD GM Kampa in an effort to have them honor the development contract by furnishing the requested information.

Thanks, curiously yours, Lew

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Lew,

Pursuant to your request for records of the above date, attached are all records responsive to your request.  I have pasted your request below for reference:

 

  • In response to your item #1a, b and c, attached are two versions of the service line bid summary presented at the meeting.  The summary was prepared on the morning of the 17th after bids were opened that morning at 9.   The services contract associated with the contractor’s compliance and monitoring work scope was also handed out and made publicly available at the meeting, as was the month water audit report.
  • In response to your item #2, attached are all communications by email and letter to CD CG La Grange regarding the Dollar General issue.  These documents comprise the record you request.

Sincerely,

Pete Kampa

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The following 15 records were provided by Kampa (as the entire communication record for Dollar General as requested) with the first four files obviously unrelated to the alleged DOLLAR GENERAL refusal to furnish required information.  These files addressed other LDPCSD issues as noted.

1 Bid Summary – Service Line Replacement.pdf [178.82 KB] December 17 2018 Meeting GM handout black and white graph

2 BidAnalysis.pdf [67.86 KB] December 17 2018 Meeting GM handout color graph

3 Contract for Services.pdf [118.42 KB] December 17 2018 GM Meeting handout regarding Contractor Compliance and Monitoring Inc

4 Monthly Audit Summary… [92.21 KB] LDPCSD Dec 17 2018 GM Meeting handout (treated water loss 22%)

Hang-on, let me try to arrange his files in chronological order……what a pain in the ASS!  The redundant titles and inability to see the entire file name made distinguishing the files from one another very difficult and required retyping what could be observed in the file name with the size of the file also re-typed in order to identify which was which!!!  OK, here are the other files in order of creation:

5 Letter to Accept Main… [86.32 KB] June 14, 2018 (no letterhead) Letter from Pete Kampa to CD DG LA GRANGE LLC

6 Dollar General.eml [20.07 KB]  (email) September 6, 2018 17:20 pkampa@kampacs to David Gonzalves, Tuolumne County Cc Syndie ldpcsd  KAMPA EMAIL BUT TO TUOLUMNE COUNTY

7 Out of Office: Dollar General…[14.4 KB] (email) September 6, 2018 17:20 David Gonzalves, Tuolumne County TO: Peter Kampa

8 Re: Dollar General Store.eml [28.67 KB] (email) September 7, 2018 07:38 David Gonzalves Tuolumne County TO: Pete Kampa Cc: syndie@ldpcsd; Quincy Yaley

9 RE: Dollar General Store.eml [20.53 KB] (email) September 7, 2018 08:00  David Gonzalves, Tuolumne County CRA to Peter Kampa and Quincy Yaley

10 Letter to accept Main Line… [276.83] pdf September 11th 2018 LDPCSD Letterhead URGENT NOTICE from Pete Kampa to CD DG LA GRANGE LLC

11 Second Final Demand Notice &… [2.21 MB]  November 29, 2018

12 CD DG La Grange 2nd Final …… [454.22 KB]  (email) December 10, 2018 11:58 Chris Fallentine (Cross Development with Dollar General) to: Peter Kampa, Cc: Robert Vann; Wendee Zang; Maggie Blakewood

13 RE: CD DG La Grange 2nd Final… [459.79 KB] (email)  December 10, 2018 12:11 Wendee Zang (Cross Development with Dollar General) TO: Chris Fallentine; Peter Kampa, cc Robert Vann; Maggie Blakewood

14 RE: CD DG La Grange 2nd Final Demand 462.78 KB] (email)  December 10, 2018 12:17  Chris Fallentine to: Wendee Zang; Peter Kampa Cc: Robert Vann; Maggie Blakewood

15 RE: CD DG La Grange 2nd Final Demand [486.98 KB] (email) December 10, 2018 15:45 to: Peter Kampa Cc: Wendee Zang; Robert Vann; Maggie Blakewood

 

OK, with this listing we can now begin to add the original correspondence with any other attachments to that file that were included.  (If the file contents are merely circulating old information copies I will identify them as such).

CHRONOLOGICAL DOLLAR GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE

DG #1

5 Letter to Accept Main … [86.32 KB] June 14, 2018 (no letterhead yet signed as LDPCSD GM) FIRST LETTER from Pete Kampa to CD DG LA GRANGE LLC-

THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT:

THIS LETTER MAKES IT CLEAR

NO PROJECT COMPLETION AND DISTRICT ACCEPTANCE –

NO WATER SERVICE FOR DOLLAR GENERAL OPERATIONS!

Think it strange addressed to “To whom it may concern” regarding such an important project?  You would think a GM would have a list of responsible parties to every contract with the district for whatever service.

second DOLLAR GENERAL communication-(and #6 of the 15 records  Kampa provided)

DG #2

6 Dollar General.eml [20.07 KB]  (email) September 6, 2018 17:20 pkampa@kampacs to David Gonzalves, Tuolumne County       Cc Syndie ldpcsd

“David,

I wanted to let you know that the Dollar General store in Lake Don Pedro has not yet submitted the documentation, bonds and other information necessary for the District to accept the water main serving the property.   I am not sure if they have their occupancy certificate from your agency, and am hopeful that we are providing this notice in advance of such final.

 

We notified them over two months ago of the requirements under their agreement with us for the construction and acceptance of the improvements.   None of the requirements are that difficult for the business to accomplish, such as as-built drawings, accounting of the cost of the improvements, and a warranty bond; but I am concerned that they will wait until the last minute and it will appear as though we are holding them up, which is obviously not the case.  Our Board meets only monthly with the next being on September 17, 2018; and we have not heard from them and at the same time hear the community is excitedly awaiting a grand opening very soon.

 

I just wanted to head off any last minute trouble.   Please let me know the status of their final, and how we can work together to get this store opened.

Sincerely,

Pete Kampa”

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DG #3

7 Out of Office: Dollar General…[14.4 KB] (email) September 6, 2018 17:20 David Gonzalves, Tuolumne County TO: Peter Kampa:

“I will out of the office for a brief period .  Any items requiring immediate action will need to be handled by staff.    Please contact Quincy Yaley at (209)533-5961 or Kim MacFarlane at (209)533-5604  for any managment issues or decisions regarding CRA.  Or you may contact Karen Willenberg, (209) 533-6641) as well,  for any items needing attention during this period.”

 

DG #4

8 Re: Dollar General Store.eml [28.67 KB] September 7, 2018 07:38 David Gonzalves Tuolumne County TO: Pete Kampa Cc: syndie@ldpcsd; Quincy Yaley:

Peter. We are experiencing some real difficulties with the construction team and will review this information and discuss
I am going to forward this to John Gray as well
We will contact you once a path is determined
David B Gonzalves
Community Resource Agency
Sent from my iPhone
On Sep 6, 2018, at 5:20 PM, Peter Kampa <pkampa@kampacs.com<mailto:pkampa@kampacs.com>> wrote:
David,
I wanted to let you know that the Dollar General store in Lake Don Pedro has not yet submitted the documentation, bonds and other information necessary for the District to accept the water main serving the property.   I am not sure if they have their occupancy certificate from your agency, and am hopeful that we are providing this notice in advance of such final.
We notified them over two months ago of the requirements under their agreement with us for the construction and acceptance of the improvements.   None of the requirements are that difficult for the business to accomplish, such as as-built drawings, accounting of the cost of the improvements, and a warranty bond; but I am concerned that they will wit until the last minute and it will appear as though we are holding them up, which is obviously not the case.  Our Board meets only monthly with the next being on September 17, 2018; and we have not heard from them and at the same time hear the community is excitedly awaiting a grand opening very soon.
I just wanted to head off any last minute trouble.   Please let me know the status of their final, and how we can work together to get this store opened.
Sincerely,
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DG #5

9 RE: Dollar General Store.eml [20.53 KB] (email) September 7, 2018 08:00  David Gonzalves, Tuolumne County CRA to Peter Kampa and Quincy Yaley:

I do not believe that we authorized stocking.

Quincy and the building official can address this issue

David B Gonzalves

Community Resource Agency

Sent from my iPhone

 

> On Sep 7, 2018, at 7:55 AM, Peter Kampa <pkampa@kampacs.com> wrote:

>

> David,

> Your response if very much appreciated.  It appears as though the store is stocked and ready to go….

>>

> —–Original Message—–

> From: David Gonzalves <DGonzalves@co.tuolumne.ca.us>

> Sent: Friday, September 7, 2018 7:38 AM

> To: Peter Kampa <pkampa@kampacs.com>

> Cc: (syndie@ldpcsd.org) <syndie@ldpcsd.org>; Quincy Yaley <QYaley@co.tuolumne.ca.us>

> Subject: Re: Dollar General Store

>

> Peter. We are experiencing some real difficulties with the construction team and will review this information and discuss

>

> I am going to forward this to John Gray as well

>

> We will contact you once a path is determined

>

> David B Gonzalves

> Community Resource Agency

>

> Sent from my iPhone

>

> On Sep 6, 2018, at 5:20 PM, Peter Kampa <pkampa@kampacs.com<mailto:pkampa@kampacs.com>> wrote:

>

> David,

> I wanted to let you know that the Dollar General store in Lake Don Pedro has not yet submitted the documentation, bonds and other information necessary for the District to accept the water main serving the property.   I am not sure if they have their occupancy certificate from your agency, and am hopeful that we are providing this notice in advance of such final.

>

> We notified them over two months ago of the requirements under their agreement with us for the construction and acceptance of the improvements.   None of the requirements are that difficult for the business to accomplish, such as as-built drawings, accounting of the cost of the improvements, and a warranty bond; but I am concerned that they will wit until the last minute and it will appear as though we are holding them up, which is obviously not the case.  Our Board meets only monthly with the next being on September 17, 2018; and we have not heard from them and at the same time hear the community is excitedly awaiting a grand opening very soon.

>

> I just wanted to head off any last minute trouble.   Please let me know the status of their final, and how we can work together to get this store opened.

> Sincerely,

>

> [cid:image003.jpg@01D44605.E98F9930]

 

DG #6

10 Letter to accept Main Line… [276.83] pdf September 11th 2018 LDPCSD Letterhead URGENT NOTICE from Pete Kampa to CD DG LA GRANGE LLC:  (with attached June 14, 2018 initial correspondence)

HERE AN OCTOBER 5, 2018 DEADLINE FOR DOLLAR GENERAL TO FURNISH ALL NECESSARY DOCUMENTS HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED TO AVOID INTERRUPTION OF WATER SERVICE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DG #7

11 Second Final Demand Notice &… [2.21 MB]  November 29, 2018:

PREPARE!  It’s long – much of it appears “boiler plate” (traditional) type contract explanation of the duties and obligations of each party and what is generally expected on both sides – but I am no attorney, so who knows if there are not “other secret options” already planned and planted in this agreement since Kampa admitted to expecting such problems with Dollar General anyway.  Who knows what is going on really when false information is relayed by the GM/TREASURER?

When I read the part about DG having to disclose what APNs and street addresses would be served by this line extension “project”, I thought….“Oh crap!  What other properties other than the two approved by the Board of Directors, which were the Dollar General and the Don Pedro storage facility?  Has DG with “a wink and nod” of Kampa, (or visa versa), permitted other outside WL11395 POU LAFCo Annexed properties in the area connection access to “their private water main extension” that GM/Treasurer Pete Kampa admitted WAS A PRIVATE WATER LINE transporting public water? 

The point is, who knows where?—- IF OTHER CONNECTIONS WERE MADE OR PREPARED FOR DURING THIS LINE EXTENSION PROJECT? (For instance, DG contractor  installed infrastructure to serve properties in the area not party to this contract so that convenient connection could be made in the future without shutting down line pressure.   Then let’s say, for the sake of argument, there is a big legal battle over shutting off Dollar General, but even in that event with the district winning the suit and displaying photos of the lock on the DG water meter, where else has this newest “main extension” actually permitted further undocumented diversion and use outside the WL POU that is not documented in LDPCSD records?  Just like 20 years ago – main extensions and lateral lines going who knows where? 

Just a thought because I am not a water law attorney or a special interest remote GM, but look what has happened in the past.  Why was the LDPCSD really formed by the two County LAFCo s?   Just to provide a convenient water source for developing vast areas of rural drought prone foothill areas in both counties with the most important aspect being that it was FREE DEVELOPMENT MONEY for difficult areas that the county wouldn’t have to furnish!

You bet!   The thousands of suckers (innocent people who merely appreciated the foothills and wanted to live here) purchasing property in the Lake Don Pedro Owners Association (LDPOA) and thereby becoming a MR WEC, and MANDATORY LDPCSD CUSTOMER) would be subsidizing a special benefit GROUNDWATER SUBSTITUTION PROGRAM (furnished by the LDPCSD to CIRCUMVENT Water License 11395 RESTRICTIONS ON DIVERSION and USE OF MERCED RIVER WATER) that would fund developments outside MR WECs Lake Don Pedro subdivision which is the legal Place of Use for Merced River water. 

Best part is, the dumb ass MR WECs didn’t/don’t even realize the scam as rates and fees continued to go up beyond what was necessary to simply supply water service to those legally entitled due to the status of their property as a Common Interest Development and governed by a Davis Sterling recognized Property Owners Association with Governing Documents and Covenants, Codes and Restrictions which are far more restrictive on land use and development than LAFCO ANNEXED PROPERTIES INTO THE DISTRICT which often propose competing residential subdivisions greatly increasing the water demand for expensive ground water.  Vicious cycle of fraud for a special district violating core purposes for existence. 

This whole mess seems typical of Pete Kampa and I certainly would not discount a surreptitious co-operation far outside public knowledge and behind the scene deals involving that “private water line”.  Anyway, BELOW is a very important letter (with attachments) and contains much interesting information.

 

DG #8

 

12 CD DG La Grange 2nd Final …… [454.22 KB]  (email) December 10, 2018 11:58 FROM Chris Fallentine (Cross Development with Dollar General) to: Peter Kampa, Cc: Robert Vann; Wendee Zang; Maggie Blakewood:

 

“Good afternoon Pete,

 

We are scrambling to get the matter resolved for the Dollar General in LaGrange, CA. I have inserted into this email your chart of the billing. I would like you to review it and comment on a couple of issues.

 

  • Who has been the party that has issued the two checks for $3,000.00?
  • In all of the billings listed below, how many are due to contractor failures/reinspection’s or other contractor related costs that would have been outside the normal billing?

Cross Development is processing a check right now for the $2,600.00. We would like to get all matters concerning this issue resolved by the end of the week. If you have each of the items listed in hand this week, has soon can we consider this resolved?”

Thanks,

Chris Fallentine

209-605-7193

 

__________________

DG #9

13 RE: CD DG La Grange 2nd Final… [459.79 KB] (email)  December 10, 2018 12:11 FROM Wendee Zang (Cross Development with Dollar General) TO: Chris Fallentine; Peter Kampa, cc Robert Vann; Maggie Blakewood:

Chris,

We made the two $3,000 payments.

Check #12031 went out on 2/1/18 & check #10461 went out on 8/24/17.

I have requested another check o go out this Thursday for the $2600 deposit, per the invoice received from Lake Don Pedro.

Please let me kow if you need anything else.

Thanks!

Wendee Zang

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DG #10

14 RE: CD DG La Grange 2nd Final Demand 462.78 KB] (email)  December 10, 2018 12:17  From Chris Fallentine to: Wendee Zang; Peter Kampa Cc: Robert Vann; Maggie Blakewood:

Thanks Wendee.  I’ll keep the pressure up on these other items.

Thanks,

Chris Fallentine

209-605-7193

(NOTE: ALSO CONTAINED EMAIL HISTORY OF REQUEST TO ALL PARTIES – ALREADY POSTED)

DG #11

15 RE: CD DG La Grange 2nd Final Demand [486.98 KB] (email) December 10, 2018 15:45 to: Peter Kampa Cc: Wendee Zang; Robert Vann; Maggie Blakewood:

Thanks Pete. I would just like to confirm with Syndie that the General Contractor didn’t cause additional monies to be paid due to failed inspections or additional inspection due to poor performance.  I do know that The Hatch Group paved over the old water meter and had to go back and open up the asphalt and have it removed and capped.

Thanks,

Chris Fallentine

209-605-7193

DONE DONE DONE DONE DONE DONE

 

OK, that’s it, 11 Dollar General related files plus the 4 unrelated files, that makes a complete count of the 15 communications provided by Kampa for my PIR.

SO, now that we have gone through these files…… 

How many Kampa emails were sent to the Dollar General?

ZERO!

Kampa emails were indeed sent to Tuolumne County crying about the DG not following the contract provisions and attempting to halt the planned Grand Opening, but  as far as emails to the Dollar General, I must have missed them.  A couple of letters, yes, but no emails.

Guess I need to listen to that audio recording again…….sure thought he said he had sent 15 emails……

There are some other very important questions regarding what happened with this Dollar General project but I’m beat and a hot buttered rum sounds fantastic about now.

Maybe I’ll check for major errors and/or correct later….but I doubt it right now.

 

Merry Christmas!

(Liz Law – outside. Now!  lol)

My best to you and yours, Lew

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