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Cameron Park/CDF Firefighters endorse Neibauer

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From page A10 | October 12, 2012 | 3 Comments

The Cameron Park/El Dorado/Amador CDF Firefighter L2881 endorsed Vicky Neibauer for the Cameron Park Community Service District Board of Directors recently.

“Vicky Neibauer, candidate for Cameron Park Community Service District Board of Directors, has the full endorsement and support of the Cameron Park/CDF Firefighters L2881,” said Chapter Director Mike Gundry. “With her over 25 years of financial and budgeting experience and her Safety First commitment, we believe that she will champion a balanced CPCSD budget with reserves set aside for our community’s future.”

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  • Brenda MerschOctober 12, 2012 - 1:13 pm

    This woman is as nutty as a squirrels mouth in October. I mean not just sort of nutty! This lady is the malcontents candidate to micro manage the staff and do the bidding of a handful of looneys! The district has over 18 thousand people we need to elect leaders that are willing to represent all, not just a handful of malcontents! Let me remind you who is behind her campaign...Shiva Frentzen, Bill Carey, Gerald Lillipop, Dave Gelber and Barbara Rogers...need I say more? She has no plan of her own except the one the malcontents (led by Shiva Frentzen)fill her with. The community has come to far to be set back with someone who is full of negativity and anger. Anyone but Vicky should be the chant.

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  • Andrea PhillipsOctober 12, 2012 - 4:20 pm

    Brenda (or whatever your REAL name is): Ms. Neibauer is running her own campaign and has no motive, other than trying to make the board & the GM give open and honest figures regarding the budget. Too bad the current board and GM have not done that unless they are forced to do so.

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  • Barbara RogersOctober 12, 2012 - 9:59 pm

    Is Brenda your real name? I doubt it. Where do you get off spewing your lies about Vicky? She is a very smart woman and is far from being loony as you describe her. She is a Senior Budget Analyst for the County of Sacramento. She works for the Chief Executive Office under the leadership of the CEO. Vicky is responsible for monitoring the County’s fiscal condition including preparing and administering the County’s budget, and managing the General Fund cash-flow. Nobody is leading Vicky anywhere Brenda. It was her decision to run for office. She is basically funding her entire campaign with her own money.. She does not want to be bought by anyone. Why don't you just shut up and go pick on someone else? Or better yet come to the next board meeting and show yourself if you have the courage, which I doubt.

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