Santiago Canyon: “Recall Bill Campbell”

I have family visiting from out of state and their neighbors wanted photos of the damage caused by the recent wildfire in Santiago Canyon.  So, we hopped down to Santiago Canyon to see it for ourselves. 

I didn’t have my camera with me, but some residents there are none too pleased with Supervisor Bill Campbell.  There are signs everywhere urging a recall of the third district supervisor.  And no fire singes on the paper, so I think they just went up.

  5 comments for “Santiago Canyon: “Recall Bill Campbell”

  1. duplojohn
    November 12, 2007 at 7:18 pm

    In addition to turning his back on his fire scarred constituients, this guy deserves to be recalled for his performance during the Carona debacle.

    If you are going to defend someone, come out and say it. This guy is an absolute pussy. he does’nt lead, he hides. Answer your phone Bill.

    I am beginning to think we need two or three supervisors. After all, like em or hate em, there are only that many that do anything.

    Campbell is a loser.

  2. Dan Chmielewski
    November 12, 2007 at 8:17 pm

    John — I am not defending Campbell; I don’t defend anyone with an “R” next to their names and titles.

    I saw five mule deer while we toured Santiago Canyon Road; is anyone putting down anything for them to eat?

  3. duplojohn
    November 13, 2007 at 9:37 pm


    I was’nt accusing you of defending him.

    What I meant (I sometimes get over eager when battling these a$%holes) to say was, if Bill Campbell supports Carona, he should come out and say it. If he believes Chriss Street should stay in office he should come out and say it.

    He’s the the one exercising indefensible actions not you.

    and besides, we are not elected officials, we are not obligated to respond. Bill Campbell is.

    Sucks about the deer. Rest assured they’ll be experienceng an etirely new habitat come Spring, provided Don Bren does’nt get there first.

  4. cany
    November 29, 2007 at 5:16 pm

    campbell is disliked in the canyons for many reasons, among them… he has not once voted in favor of his constituents wishes, the supervisor has a serious reading/comprehension problem (in therms of environmental documentation, we’re not sure he can read given his moronic statements and conclusions), he’s paternalistic (Junipero Serra anyone?), he doesn’t ask questions and when he does he doesn’t listen to the answer, he’s more than happy to privatize all county services which equates to increased problems for his unincorporated constituents…

    that’s just MY list.

  5. conypony
    April 30, 2008 at 2:54 pm

    Several people were putting bales of hay back on private property, trying to keep the deer out of harms way. Leutenant Fricke of Animal Control got some signage put up trying to alert folks about the deer having to move to find new habitat. it always gauls me when the news talks about a fire and says no homes were burnt, or only discusses the human homes destroyed….

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