I had coffee with some folks the other day, and it raised some explicit questions that had been bouncing in the back of my mind for a while.
How real are these "Alamo Neighborhoods" and the people purportedly engaged in their secret existence?
All the information I have on them comes from email, and is unverifiable. There's no web presence that has any traceability, and no one has been willing to meet me.
I've asked before for direct contact by anyone involved, and not gotten any actionable response. Let me repeat, I'd like someone involved in the "Alamo Neighborhoods" to contact me personally -- particularly someone in my Livorna "Greater Miranda" neighborhood.
I promise confidentiality until a subpoena arrives, at which point you're on your own.
In specifics, I'd like
(1) to be shown on a map what the proposed boundaries were for the proposal that the "Neighborhoods" were supposedly working on in confidence;
(2) specific examples of California "contracted service municipalities" they propose Alamo use as a model;
(3) an explanation of why a "contracted service municipality" isn't an outcome that could arise from the current effort if that is what the eventually elected council puts before the voters.
Maybe I'd like the other boundaries better than the ones AIM came up with. Maybe I'll understand something about this C-S-M business that has so far eluded me.
There's a chance, though, that this "Neighborhood" thing is something of an elaborate jest.
I remain looking for credible opposition that has something specific it is willing to discuss in public.