Thursday, September 2, 2010

Sierra High School Scores Touchback on BDGs

This is the follow up to last week's communication with the Manteca Unified School District.

Monday morning this email arrived from MUSD HQ:
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From: Jason Messer

Sent: Monday, August 30, 2010 11:23 AM
Subject: RE: Sierra High School v. Marijuana Farm

Good morning Mr. Behling,

Thank you for bringing this issue to my attention. Student safety is, and will continue to be our number one priority. I have already asked staff to make contact with the Manteca Police Department and also to report back to me the current status of the situation and how we will be addressing the issue. As student safety is important to all of our Board Members I will be sending them a hard copy of your email on Friday. Not all Board members have active email accounts so they may not have received your original email. Again, thank you for your email.

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Tuesday morning, I heard from another board member. Other activity took place that day and Wednesday, and on Thursday morning comes this, in an email forwarded by Clara Schmiedt [].

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From: Susan Pearson
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2010 1:28 PM
Subject: RE: Sierra High School v. Marijuana Farm

Great News – Our SRO, Eva, already met with the narc officers. They have already gone to the site and informed the homeowner of the new laws that just went into effect. They gave the property owner two weeks to totally enclose his [her] operation, per the new law. It has been assigned Case # 10-24475.

We will physically check the back of school in two weeks to make sure no marijuana plants are visible. By the way, the law now allows for the growing of 50 [?]* plants for medicinal purposes, but they must be enclosed in a structure.

Thanks, Eva!!

Susan Pearson, Principal
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One more nail in the TLC / BDG coffin. {Strike up the band with the Beatles', "We All Live In a Yellow Submarine" ... or next to it.}

Perhaps that's why the Barefoot Dirty Girls' attorney called, also Thursday morning, to say his clients were selling the house [really?!] and moving to Oregon. Really?! If they don't, then their attorney is party to their lie - but that should come as no surprise to anyone. Besides, there is still the other illegal fenceline shed, the walk-in, the icemaker, all the vehicles, and other s**t that needs to be removed or demolished before that property is saleable.

When the big moving trucks
Pull away from the house,
Leaving naught but a crumb
E'en too small for a mouse...

Then I will believe...

They are finally gone.

My instruction to my attorney? Hold steady on course; the fat lady (not Guts[y] Green) is just warming up.

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* People v. Kelly, California Supreme Court, January 2010, disposed of numerical limits in the law, so where this new number came from is unknown [to me].

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