• Paul Lucas

    How convenient for Felz

  • OCservant_Leader

    Congratulations Mr. Felz just got promoted into the OC Elite “Double Dipping” club!

    It’s usually a scandal that prompts the promotion but it’s all part of the game.

    This is where the real wealth building begins. No more silly 700 forms. His public job was just a “starter” job. He will now collect his pension AND start a long and profitable career as a “Consultant” to multiple public agencies where the checks are impossible to trace.

    Fullerton’s Contract City Attorney is a pro at this. Doesn’t he have at least four time full time public jobs?

    Is OC MADD going to press for DUI prosecution and reveal Fullerton’s coverup?

    • David Zenger

      “Is OC MADD going to press for DUI prosecution and reveal Fullerton’s coverup?”

      I didn’t realize this was a comedy program. MADD doesn’t come out without police department mobilization.

  • LFOldTimer

    What an original excuse for resigning a lucrative six-figure government job at a relatively young age after a scandalous story. Not. Normally a team of Clydesdale horses couldn’t pull a City Manager away from one of those gravy jobs.

    Can’t they come up with something new? Like “I want to do more duck hunting and fishing” or “I want to spend more time in Vegas” when they leave in disgrace?

    This shouldn’t stop the council investigation into Fullerton PD and why it appears that Mr. City Manager got special treatment w/ no breathalyzer, no charges and a ride home in a city squad car after jumping a curb w/ booze on his breath and smacking a tree. It shouldn’t. But, of course, it will.

    • David Zenger

      “The case has been sent to District Attorney Tony Rackauckas for review.”

      “Now that’s funny.”

      Sadly true.Where justice goes to die.

  • David Zenger

    Just what high school kids want – Dad spending more time with them.