By Mr. Peabody
It is often said that nature abhors a vacuum. I think government ineptitude and corruption does, too. For a void created in the latter case attracts all sorts of opportunists looking to get ahead. Just consider the Gennaco affair for a moment: an out-of-control police department and a city government that wanted it to stay that way called on the “professional” services of Michael Gennaco to make sure nothing was done at all.
The other day our crack team of investigators discovered that a fellow named Gregg Hanour had made public records requests for police calls to two of downtown Fullerton’s
fine dining establishments night clubs – Bourbon Street and our old friends at Slidebar Rock ‘N Roll Something-or-other. Mr. Hanour is a former bar owner who now makes it his business to explore ways in which bars can quit annoying the municipalities in which they are located and abide by the permits that let them operate, and control their rowdy and inebriated customers, etc. One of the main goals of Mr. Hanour’s business is to get bartenders to quit serving alcohol to the drunks.
Downtown Fullerton must occupy a bunch of Hanour’s business development resources, given the completely …read more
Source:: Friends for Fullerton’s Future