After reading the article in last week’s Champion, I learned about the negotiations involving our trash service contracts. It looks to me that Councilman Ray Marquez is somewhat standing alone in the fight for the people of Chino Hills. 

Why is he always the lone soldier doing the good fight? I wish the other councilmembers would support his concerns, and those of the people of Chino Hills. 

It seems to me there is a large financial gap in the contracts that all of us will have to pay. 

Ray Marquez was also the only councilmember involved in the pending flood control project due to start next year. He met with San Bernardino County officials and concerned residents. 

Also, Ray Marquez spoke out against the inflated contract with the Humane Society which all of us are paying for now in dog license fees.

Lastly, he is the only one speaking out on the ongoing loss of revenues to the city from Big League Dreams.

I would like to thank all of the councilmembers, but for now I’ll just thank Ray Marquez.


Kevin Stenson

Chino Hills


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