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June 7, 2019 Hews Media Group-Los Cerritos Community Newspaper eNewspaper

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HOLES IN THE BUDGET The chickens are really coming home to roost in Cerritos budget. Cerritos has been non-friendly to RV property owners. Aprox. 25% of the housing in Cerritos has RV storage yards on their side yards, and 99% are vacant now. Cerritos sales pitch to buyers in the 70’s-80’s, were RV lots. Sellers have left Cerritos who have RVs, and moved to RV Friendly cities. All the tax revenue/DMV fees are being vacated in Cerritos and moving to other cities . No trailer storage in driveways. RVs must adhere to overnight street parking ordinances. RVs cannot have a… Read more »

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City of Cerritos is not a very open area for civil rights for homeowners, now our annual budget is shrinking and hitting mostly the Public Works and not the Disneyland events . Public works is the eye candy for residents. Please disperse funds to improve our public works, especially our city owned landscape meridians. Artificial turf was outlawed and /overturned by state. RVs are outlawed. Dreadful overnight parking. CWP contests has been vacated, where La Palma and Lakewood have re-booted. Mrs W stopped CCC prayer before council meetings. Many residents can not listen to CCC, because of the military support… Read more »

Janet
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Janet

Wow………Potential Cerritos Buyers do not want to invest in Cerritos and inherit decades of differed maintenance, which this CCC has neglected and thrown under the bus. Heartland of American buyers are purchasing homes outside of Cerritos, in to: ( La Palma, Cypress, Fullerton, Los Alamitos, Rossmoore ) and so on. City if getting bad rep, Cerritos is where fine homes are dying. 2020 budget is getting outrageous. Ever since the turn of the century in 2000 yr. budget needs to be taken more seriously……..just look at our city, businesses on hole look great, but the residential hoods are dreadful, city… Read more »

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Marc

Dr. Mary Sieu Cerritos and your school district are in for some rough tide. Cerritos is one of the few cities which realestate prices are dropping, where many other cities prices are rebounding and are higher then Cerritos. We have way too many foreclosures, where other cities do not. patch.com/california/cerritos/cerritos-home-prices-drop-despite-regional-increases LA Mello Roos school bond failed and residents in Cerritos will now be questioning facts about BB Bond. Yorba Linda is where many Cerritos residents relocate too and YL has grand new high school. Cerritos population is shrinking big time in 2018-2019. Why? Cerritos buyers are worrying about all of… Read more »

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J o n n y

Mayor Solanki: nareshsolanki @ gmail . com This budget is getting outrageous. Ever since the turn of the century in 2000 yr. budget needs to be taken more seriously……..just look at our city, businesses on hole look great, but the residential hoods are dreadful, city landscape is a blite, along with the trees & host of many PW disasters. You were elected to be our CEO of everybody’s hood and this is not happening. Each RE developer turned their sold-out tract(s) over to the city, in order to be maintained at any cost by the city. We are all shareholders… Read more »

Marcella Ann
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Marcella Ann

———-BUDGET SUGGESTIONS————– June 13, 2019. 1. Moratorium to eliminate all special events: Halloween Haunt, Easter Festival, Spring Festival, Memorial Day Festival, Fourth July, MLK Festival, excetera. Money saved could go towards the Tree Trimming Budgets. 2. Moratorium on sports lights at the sports complex. No nite games. 3. 6 months of the year, citywide turf maintenance only once every two weeks. 4. Eliminate overnight parking ordinance and street cleaning citations. 5. Reduce the Personnel in Planning Dept. & Financial Departments. 6. Why do we need three LASD Lieutenants. Many cities can do with just one captain. 7. Moratorium to reduce… Read more »

Emily L.
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Emily L.

( HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATIONS ) Graduations of yesteryears, 50s-1960s were much different compared to today’s drama. During my life, attended many graduations: Grade schools, High schools, Junior colleges and Universities . 50 years ago, all school graduations were entirely different and simple, compared to today’s complex graduations. Back then, graduation was more involved around the village hood, where the students lived. Parents did not have a lot of money back then, and extended families did not do any sort of grand traveling or flying to attend graduations. Some of the graduations were indoors in the: Gymnasium Auditorium, most of them… Read more »