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Tomorrow, April 4th, is vote on proposed Siskiyou County Counsel Brad Sullivan, member of Sierra Nevada Alliance
CALL your Siskiyou Co Supervisor today! Attend tomorrow’s meeting.
Info on Sierra Nevada Alliance: (anti dams, anti mining)
Karuk Tribe, Sierra Nevada Alliance, Sierra Fund, Defenders of Wildlife regarding Suction Dredge Mining: https://www.facebook.com/americanminingrights/posts/827822423978502
More on SNA regarding suction dredge mining with their partners: http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/15-16/bill/sen/sb_0601-0650/sb_637_cfa_20150427_162604_sen_comm.html
Suction dredge ban: http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8880:senate-approves-wiggins-bill-to-enact-temporary-ban-on-suction-dredge-mining-&catid=40:business-news&Itemid=294 Karuks, SNA, PCFFA, ......
Current member groups and partners http://sierranevadaalliance.com/about-us/member-groups/ : Defenders of Wildlife, California Trout, Sierra Club groups, Audubon, Trout Unlimited, Wilderness Society, American Rivers, California Save our Streams, ....dozens more................................................
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierra_Nevada_Conservancy It “is the largest conservancy in the U.S. state of California, and the largest state conservation effort of its kind in the nation.”
Assemblyman Dahle was longtime member of Sierra Nevada Conservancy: http://www.sierranevada.ca.gov/press-room/snc-in-the-news/2016articles/4.23.16sierrasuntimeslegliaison.pdf
Sierra Fund Anniversary: speaker Brian Dahle
Sierra Fund Partners: https://www.sierrafund.org/about/partners/ Including Sierra Nevada Alliance, Sierra Nevada Conservancy, Trout Unlimited, Sierra Club, etc, etc..................................
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Subject: Re: Some Interesting Details About Mr. Sullivan - Candidate for Sis. County Counsel
RE: Proposed new County Counsel; Mr. Sullivan:
This just in from another source:
"From the newsletter of the group he advised: “we have celebrated efforts to ban suction dredge mining practices”
The BOS is going to own the results of this hire if it happens tomorrow, unless it's not too late to correct this. His draft Employment Agreement will be approved tomorrow (Tuesday 4-4-17) right? Maybe you should check with some of the citizens of Siskiyou County citizens that pay all the bills?
The reason Congress has a rotten 7% approval rating is that they get elected and then they do what they want, not what's best for the citizens... is this starting to happen at the County level too?
1107 9th St., Suite 901
Sacramento, CA 95814
Mr. Sullivan's full bio is herein below, as copied from the law firm info at his previous employment.
There are some details that have me wondering if Mr. Sullivan is supportive of the progressive Liberal agenda on a personal level, and of course, if that may be the case, how much impact will it have on his ability to represent the citizens of our County, including litigating against the State, pot growers and environmentalists as will be needed.
His prior law firm has this to say about cannabis at their website:
"L+G believes that a sensible cannabis policy can bring important revenue to California and much needed reform to our criminal justice system. Thoughtful cannabis regulation will decrease crime while increasing tax revenue and job growth throughout the State. The L+G firm provides a rare combination of business, legal and policy advocacy experience, coupled with an exceptional understanding of the cannabis industry."
It also seems he had an affiliation with an organization that appears to stand against the beliefs of the majority of citizens in our County:
Here is his full Resume:-----------------------------------------------
Brad has received a new Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating. He has joined a select group of lawyers recognized for their legal ability and professional ethical standards. He is the only Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rated attorney in San Benito County.
Brad is the Manager of L+G’s Hollister office, overseeing a variety of business and litigation matters in San Benito County. In addition, Brad is a member of the litigation team at L+G, having been involved in more than fifty jury trials, successfully representing individuals, corporations and public agencies not only on the Central Coast, but state-wide and nationally in the area of food safety and foodborne illness litigation.
His civil trial experience includes food safety (product liability) issues, professional negligence, products liability, construction defect, land use, environmental contamination and commercial litigation. He has also tried cases in state and federal courts relating to the California Environmental Quality Act, United States Clean Water Act and EPA-CERCLA Superfund matters. Brad has been involved in most major food borne illness outbreaks on the West Coast over the past fifteen years, as well as representing clients in recalls and market withdrawals that did not result in illnesses.
Prior to joining L+G, Brad spent more than twenty years in general civil practice and as the City Attorney for Sutter Creek. He has provided special and general counsel services to other public agencies such as River Pines Public Utility District, Union Public District, Mace Meadows Community Services District and the Bear Valley Sewer and Water Districts.
Brad received his Juris Doctor Degree from Santa Clara University School of Law and was admitted to the California State Bar in 1983. Prior to law school, Brad studied at Brigham Young University and subsequently graduated from Santa Clara University with a degree in Economics.
In addition to his legal career, Brad conducts training sessions in Food Safety and on the Brown Act and conflict of interest law for the California School Boards Association, teaches Agriculture Law at Hartnell College and local agency staff and has been a speaker at the League of California Cities. He is a fifth generation Californian, whose family still owns one of the state’s oldest family farms – Jack Tone Ranch. He enjoys bicycling and sports.
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