What does lawsuit happy EPIC have to do with "REAL" Economic Growth?
The new spokesperson for the new "Alliance for Ethical Business" (CREG, oh yeah - Citizens for "Real Economic Growth) is also the (former) spokesperson for EPIC, Larry Evans.
“In the absence of leadership from our current city council, CREG is determined to step up and provide a small measure of what the community was promised after 1999’s overwhelming 61% vote to defeat the first big box mall proposal—a democratic and inclusive process to resolve the question of how this public trust land can best serve the community,” said CREG spokesperson Larry Evans.
Does this mean Salzman is out of a job? Or just back in hiding? Or this organization is SO big they need a whole PR department?
Citizens for Real Economic Growth
PS - It looks like Salzman is once again using a non-profit designation to shield his group from having to file FPPC campaign disclosures. Does anyone have any doubt that this group is quite clearly involved in the political process, advocating for the removal of incumbent City Council members, installing instead their own slate?
from CREG, is Salzman reaching into your pockets yet again?
"p.s. We depend on your support for our funding. Please go
online and make a donation. Every dollar helps: ..."
The so-called "Alliance for Ethical Business", the sham "Local Solutions", "ourhumboldt.org, "Redwood Progressive", "Citizens for Real Economic Growth" - nice sounding, cleverly chosen names designed to trick the voting public. George Orwell would be so proud.
Update: from Anonymous...
Larry Evans has not been the executive director of EPIC for about 2 months now.
That doesn't completely remove the question, however.