March 13, 2019 CUSD BOT Meeting Agenda Item #19 RESOLUTION NO. 1819-36, OPPOSITION OF TOLL ROAD EXTENSIONS THAT COULD SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACT OR HARM PUPILS, TEACHERS, AND STAFF 

Board Agenda at page 337

CUSDWatch Comment

On March 5, 2019 I spoke at Closed Session for the San Clemente City Council and provided them with Documentation of possible Collusion and Criminal Fraud regarding the extension of the 241 Toll Road past Oso Parkway. I asked the City Council; based on the facts presented, to join in a Resolution asking the US Attorney General to open an investigation of the following:

Re: Construction of the Tesoro Extension of SR-241 from Oso Parkway to the San Diego/ Orange County Line without a valid CEQA or NEPA review

Re: Request for Investigation of the TCA, the County of Orange, Rancho Mission Viejo, the San Diego Water Board and the Capistrano Unified School District for Collusion and Criminal Fraud.

Due to Conflicts of Interest this matter cannot be brought to Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer because he was a member of the Orange County Board of Supervisors who administratively approved this.

Due to Conflicts of Interest, this matter cannot be brought to the California State Attorney General's Office because they are a Party to a Settlement Agreement regarding this matter. If facts warrant, this matter should be referred to The US Attorney General.

As a result of that request, Council Member Laura Ferguson has asked Mayor Swartz to place a Resolution on the March 19, 2019 San Clemente City Council Agenda. 

Perhaps CUSD should do a similar Resolution.