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David Campos Hates History (or maybe not)

February 28, 2011

Bernalwood brings us this frustrating update on the fate of the 1940-era Coca Cola ghost sign:

“Only Supervisor David Campos has yet to weigh in, and yet only he can now save the mural. But after two weeks of uncertainty and controversy, Campos has yet to declare a position. Apparently, this is a difficult decision, so he needs still more time to think about it…”

Since Campos is incapable of doing his job as a Sup, how about we crowdfund Mr. Modolos’ $3400 application fee?  (This will also be good practice for funding the candidate who will invariably defeat Campos in the next election.)

UPDATE: Bernalwood presents evidence that not all us lost – David Campos has responded and “wants to inject common sense“. Fingers crossed.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Taco_Truth permalink
    February 28, 2011 8:01 pm

    He’s just torn because he knows the coke trade is behind all the gang violence in his district.

  2. Sable Pelt permalink
    March 1, 2011 8:07 pm

    Meanwhile, Campos devotes an inordinate amount of time catering to the tiny contingent obsessed with creating another ugly mural on the Bernal Heights Library, which never needed a mural in the first place. (No word on where the funding for maintenance of the mural will come from.) Whoever squawks the loudest gets Campos’s attention. He’s a smart, well-meaning guy doing a lousy job.

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