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[vox-outreach] [fwd] [Lug-nuts] CPR follow-up,contact info / [FW: CSEA Unity Newsletter: What We Need]



Seen over on SacLUG's list...

-bill!


----- Forwarded message from epierce -----

Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2004 10:05:30 -0700 (PDT)
From: epierce
Subject: [Lug-nuts] CPR follow-up, contact info /  [FW: CSEA Unity Newsletter: What We Need]

For anyone wishing to attempt direct contact with the CPR, J.J. Jelincic
(CSEA President) is a member of the CPR Board:

http://www.calcsea.org/president/csea_officers/president.asp

CPR tid-bits: http://www.calcsea.org/president/



> -----Original Message-----
> From:  On Behalf Of
> csea@lists.calcsea.org
> Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2004 2:39 PM
> To: General News from CSEA

...

> ************
>
> CPR Commission hearings end, but review process continues
>
> While the Sept. 27 California Performance Review (CPR)
> Commission hearing in Davis was the last in a series of
> public forums, it doesn't mean the end of work for
> commissioners like CSEA President J.J. Jelincic.
>
> Jelincic and the other CPR Commission members will be
> carefully considering all of the public testimony regarding
> the hundreds of recommendations included in the CPR's report.
> The commissioners will hold one more meeting among themselves
> to try to come to a consensus on larger themes addressed by
> the hundreds of speakers, then submit their own
> recommendations to the governor.
>
> At that point, "The ball will be back in the administration's
> court," according to Jelincic. The governor will study the
> commissioners' final recommendations and then issue executive
> orders to implement them, run them by the Little Hoover
> Commission, introduce legislation, or forget them (or some
> combination thereof).
>
> At the same time, Jelincic and CSEA also support California
> Insurance Commissioner Phil Angelides' call to open up the
> books on CPR itself. Angelides has requested that the
> governor turn over records of secret meetings held between
> special interests and CPR staff - meetings and secrecy that
> Jim Hard, SEIU Local 1000 President, spoke out against at the
> Aug. 27 San Jose commission hearing.
>
> "I agree with Phil Angelides and Jim Hard," said Jelincic.
> "Even though I'm a commission member and have heard lots of
> public testimony, I believe the entire CPR process needs to
> be a much more open process than it has been. Who influenced
> the CPR staff? What went on behind the scenes before the
> report was published and finally opened to the public? That's
> what we'd all like to know."
>
> ************

...

> * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
> * * * * How to Contact Us
> * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
>
> This message is from SEIU Local 1000, the California State
> Employees Association. To contact us:
>    1) Send email to owner-csea@lists.calcsea.org
>    2) Visit http://www.calcsea.org/
>    3) Call (916) 444-8134
>    4) Send mail to CSEA, 1108 O Street, Sacramento, CA 95814.
>       Attn: Communications Dept.

...

----- End forwarded message -----

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