What they don’t want us to know about their 7-10 Day

  • Traffic on Fremont and Mission and Valley started as early as 12:30pm! (see  the video here)
the view of angry commuters - thanks for closing down the street during rush hour for Close the Gap - Gridlock Day 2014

the view of angry commuters – thanks for closing down the street: Close the Gap – Gridlock Day 2014

  • Intercon security guards were being paid overtime for their attendance.
  • Anyone who tried to call the Alhambra police to complain about the traffic was diverted to the City of Alhambra. No one answered the phone at the City – probably because they were all working at the event as cheerleaders.
  • Dozens of young people at the event were paid to be there.  When they were asked questions about the tunnel, they did not know. When supervisors were asked, they did not know either.
  • We will report on HOW MUCH that event cost as it comes in – the band, the police presence, the employees, the “free”cake, the propaganda, the permits to shut down the street,…) The Fremont banners cost $119,000 alone…stay tuned! 

 

 

 

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