Unless you're in his Assembly district, all correspondence will either be bounced back or not sent through at all. For email written on Perez's own Web site, I was told to contact my own assemblyman. That's rather amazing, considering that the state Assembly Speaker is kind of an important guy in Sacramento - one of the legislature's two most important leaders. But even though I'm a California resident and taxpayer, my opinion apparently doesn't mean much to Mr. Perez. Well, let's be clear: It means ZERO. By the way, my wife and I were only trying to let him know that we oppose giving Anschutz Entertainment Group any special environmental exemptions for construction of a downtown stadium. Let them go through the same review procedures as other developer. There, I said it.
So, would anyone mind telling me why the Assembly Speaker has no interest in our position on this topic? Or the position of most everyone in the state? Please enlighten me, I'd really like to know.
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