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Jerry Clay on Thursday

We’re pleased that Atascadero city council member Jerry Clay has offered to come down the hill and set us straight on this Wal Mart Super Center/CCTA/Tom Bordonaro issue. Hopefully, we’ll be able to get a better sense of Who knew what and Who did what, when from Jerry. Jerry is an Atascadero native son who clearly loves his town and surely doesn’t enjoy the rancor currently surrounding it. So let’s hear what Jerry Clay has to say on Thursday.

Also, Tom and I will be away on both Friday and Monday, taking a short holiday break before we gear up for local, state and national election coverage. Plenty of candidates, plenty of issues. We’ll do our best to cover it all.

Also, as I mentioned on my show yesterday, congratulations to Ben Greenaway for his promotion to KVEC programming director. He’ll continue to anchor the morning news, but Amy Jacobs is moving down the hall to co-host the morning show on KSTT-FM. Good luck, Amy!

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  1. Adam Hill
    August 29, 2006 at 11:16 pm

    some localities ar emore enlightened than others…..

    ttp://www.modbee.com/local/v-dp_morning/story/12648885p-13351297c.html

  2. Adam Hill
    August 29, 2006 at 11:17 pm

    some localities are more enlightened than others…..

    http://www.modbee.com/local/v-dp_morning
    /story/12648885p-13351297c.html

  3. Mark
    August 30, 2006 at 3:06 pm

    Hopefully Jerry will be less arrogant and rude than he was on KPRL Monday. He cam off as a first class jerk.

  4. Anonymous
    August 30, 2006 at 3:35 pm

    Jerry IS a first class jerk.

  5. Anonymous
    August 30, 2006 at 4:22 pm

    That is why we have elections. We need to clean up Atascadero. What was the name of the ex-cop running in Atascadero?

  6. Anonymous
    August 31, 2006 at 5:13 pm

    The ex-cop is Mike Brennler. He gets my vote!

  7. Anonymous
    September 1, 2006 at 3:35 am

    I’m guessing Council Member Clay realized he was on the radio today speaking to at least a couple of thousand people. Right?. So just how stupid, or is it total arrogance, that he came off as such an incredible asshole?.

  8. M Brady
    September 1, 2006 at 4:57 am

    I will not use the word A-Hole, however I was amazed at how stupid this guy thinks we are. I have never listened to so much stuttering and un-answered questions. Good job Dave, sticking to you guns. I think the truth will come out. I also think Mr. Clay knows he will be exposed for his participation in the cover-up. What is amazing to me is that Jerry is using the old, attack the messenger, avoids the question tactic used in the Clinton years, and yet claims to be a conservative. Is He? To use the words he repeated time after time on your show…”not as far as I’m concerned” I also found it interesting that he would not commit to removing a city manager, regardless of his dirty deeds. Time to clean house in Atascadero. Let’s hope Atascadero has the courage to make the change. If not, they will suffer the consequences for years to come.

  9. Rich from Paso
    September 1, 2006 at 4:39 pm

    I have to commend Dave for his series of shows on the Wal-Mart/ Atascadero issue. I am curious to hear from someone exactly how events transpired. Is there some sort of shakedown of Wal_Mart going onso the local guys can profit or is there more one-on-one collusion going on? I agree with Dave that we have to have transparency in government and our local governments should be the easiest and most transparent because that is where we have our homes.

  10. Bob from San Luis
    September 2, 2006 at 8:50 am

    Mr. Clay came off as being purposefully vague, condescending, and somehow effecting an attitude of “being above it all”. The one tactic that I enjoyed the most however was his use of the Reagan tactic of “I don’t seem to remember anything like that…”. Perhaps a FOIA request of all emails between city officials and employees would shed some light on the dealings that seem to have been going on. Rich, you are so right about local government needing to be transparent in their operations.

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