Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Is San Diego negotiating in bad faith?

San Diego leaders agree on huge pension reform initiative (which will be approved overwhelmingly by voters).

Can Jerome Stocks explain why San Diego can do this but in Encinitas pension issues can only be discussed in closed-door, backroom meetings between unions and the council?

1 comment:

  1. $tock$ understands that he can get away with outright refusal to reform the city's pension system, as there is no way short of an initiative on the ballot to force him to do otherwise. With voter apathy the way it is, he'll be long retired before the greater majority of citizens realize the financial dilemma his actions have created (IF they ever do).
    An ititiative needs to be drawn up and placed on the ballot as soon as is possible - the city council will NEVER address this issue.