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City of Fairfield

1000 Webster Street

Fairfield, CA  94533

Attn:  City Manager Sean Quinn


Dear City Manager  Quinn,


Following the City Council’s January study session, you invited us to recommend ways the City could reduce spending. Here are the recommendations of our Citizen/Taxpayer Group:

- Eliminate functions except those that must be done, and can only be done by the City’s government.

- Outsource every function that can be done by the private sector.

- Fix the employee compensation system: make it like the private sector.

- Investigate getting out of the Public Employee Retirement System. Seek a pension provider in the private sector; there are many.

- Remove paramedics from fire trucks. Have Medic Ambulance respond to medical calls.

- Consider using firemen for code enforcement.

- Eliminate laws and regulations not essential for public safety.

- Approve no more residential development until proper public services can be provided to the entire city.

- Make sure all fees and assessments comply with the State Constitution, Article XIII.

- Sell or lease both golf courses.

- Make public transportation programs pay for themselves.

- Allow public use of the Police Shooting Range; charge enough to pay for the opening.

- Use volunteers wherever reasonable; e.g., running Allen Witt gym and pool, in return for some priority use; running the Senior Center.

- Eliminate medical insurance coverage for part-time city employees.

-Health, dental and vision insurance should also be dropped for elected members.

Most of these items need study and acceptance by the community. We recommend that staff work with citizen groups as was done in Vision 2020, to build viable proposals. Our members will be pleased to participate.




George Guynn, Jr., President



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Solutions for America -- A Blueprint For Our Future

Today The Heritage Foundation released Solutions for America, a comprehensive guide for policymakers which Politico has called “The Conservative Manifesto.” The almost 60-page document offers policy guidelines covering 21 issues, with 121 specific recommendations for Congress to consider.

Solutions for America iconAmerica, Heritage President Ed Feulner writes, is confronting “excessive government intervention [which] not only limits individual freedoms, [but also] stifles entrepreneurial creativity and job creation, locks the poor into a lifetime of dependency and poverty, and limits the ability of hard-working Americans to enjoy upward mobility.”

Solutions for America presents a clear conservative alternative, and is designed to put America back on the right track at a time when 58 percent of Americans believe we are on the wrong one.

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“Conservatives have real ideas,” he explained this afternoon at Heritage’s press conference announcing the plan. “We want Americans to know there's an alternative to big government spending.”

The Heritage Foundation knows that the only way to get the economy working for the people again is to get government out of the way. Only when government gives control back to the private sector can the market self-correct. Solutions for America insists that caps be placed on government spending, including on social welfare spending, and that government operate within a set and firm budget. Without limiting government spending, onerous taxes and regulations will continue to rise as the government tries desperately to stay afloat.

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The recommendations found within Solutions for America will help protect America and her principles for future generations



Central Solano Citizen/Taxpayer Group meets the first Fridayof each month at 12:00 noon (11:00 AM for lunch) at Puerto Vallarta Restaurant located at 301 Main Street, Suisun City.

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