Talk Back: Deputy DA; Recology rate increase; judge recall
Yuba City resident Kim Webb got her start on her high school debate team, led by Sutter County District Attorney Carl Adams, and is now one of his eight deputy district attorneys.
Kim represents what America is all about, while working full time she went to school to fullfill the dream that she had. No, the govt wasn't responsible for what she did, she has what alot of Americans used to have, the American Spirit that makes the impossible, possible. Now days everything is about govt dependency, where the govt provides everything from birth to death, "give me more" is the motto.
— Joe Rivera
Congrats!!! A lot of hard work to accomplish your goal you deserve everything you've worked so hard for!!!!
— Rebecca Rose
Recology has presented all six cities and counties in the Yuba-Sutter area with proposals to raise solid waste service rates by 3.75 percent.
Considering all the rate increases you'd think that Recology (a very "green" sounding name) would be able to recycle all plastics coded for recycling yet they still accept only a very limited amount of plastics. As a result, the little gray toters aren't big enough to hold all the garbage and "non-recyclable" plastics. Of course Recology will gladly provide a suitably larger gray bin for a hefty surcharge. It's all about money, not recycling.
— Gary Stinchcomb
You would think the profits they make from the recyclable tote (blue tote) and the money they're making from their compost production (green tote) would pay for their fuel and maintenance. And not pass it on to the consumers by using the excuse of "fuel, fuel, fuel." They already have a monopoly in this area. AND if you don't pay for waste services, a lien can be placed on your house or boat, or atv, motorcycle, etc. Talk about a mafia mentality. Shenanigans.
— Nick Nelson
The effort to recall Yuba County Superior Court Judge Julia L. Scrogin is once again under way.
I hope this happens to Judge Scrogins, she is completely unjust. I've been a witness in her court room for over 6 years & I have yet to see help the children in her cases. She gives parents that break court orders time & time again more chance. She has kept my husbands case in her chamber, for over a year. Not allowing copies to be made ... we can only view it in her court room. He has done nothing wrong & that is totally not legal ... this judge & Family Court Services are once sided when they should be neutral. Yuba County needs to get a new & better judge un there fast.
— Kimberlee Megan Boyle
She's good, she's bad, she's awesome, she's incompetent. I say, when in doubt, kick them out. Somebody is sooo upset about her that they are willing to file papers for her recall. Most of us don't know her, have never seen her in action, we don't know anything — which is exactly what we knew of her when she was elected as well. It won't hurt anyone to be rid of her and try someone new. SO I will err on the side of the recall. It causes the least amount of harm to the most people. And it keeps those in power just a lil bit humble.
— Johnna Bartholomew