Bully Boy Lee Ulansey (the guy Robin Arkley describe as his “Hero”) is at it again. After destroying the General Plan Update and generally making a “tragic laughing stock” of the Planning Commission, Arkley minion Ulansey has set his sights on controlling the Humboldt Bay Harbor District.
It all started with Aaron Newman’s vacating his seat which will be filled by Arkley groupie Larry Doss. Then we have the Arkley anointed candidates Nick Angeloff in the 2nd and Susan Rotwein in the 5th.
Rotwein is running against Pat Higgins who is viewed as a fairly easy target because he is widely viewed as a blowhard that never listens to anyone but himself. That said, we have to admit he does ask the right questions and has cast informed votes during his tenure.
Angeloff is generally unknown to the public, except that he’s a big East-West rail supporter. In order to defeat the popular incumbent Greg Dale, they must slander, defame and make false accusations against this “well respected” community member. So here come the Ulansey henchmen, “The Hum-Con blog” and Leo Sears. They are being used to launch the contrived false accusations about Harbor Commissioner Greg Dale.
Leo Sears false information here:
More of the “Hum-Con” coordinated attack BS here:
How did Ulansey get a dog in this fight you ask? Our theory is it’s all about a land deal between the Harbor District and Freshwater Tissue owner Bob Simpson for 16.5 acres of land separate from the pulp mill acquisition. Ulansey has been doing everything in is power to block this deal including going against the county council’s advice on the matter. Somehow lurking in the back ground of all this is Robin Arkley.
There’s no question of who is trying to slime Greg Dale, or that Arkley is trying to put his supporters on the commission. The question is, with an Arkley backed board on the commission, how much tax money is going to be wasted on the Crazy Train and how much money is King Robin going to make at the expense of taxpayer’s and the environment?
We’ll be watching closely.