Does it bother you when political candidates state one position to one group in order to get their vote and then turn around and say just the opposite to another group to get their vote? This is happening now in the Huntington Beach City Council election. Team Huntington Beach (Connie Boardman, Joe Shaw and Blair Farley) each told an audience of senior citizens at the Michael E. Rodgers Seniors' Center on Sept. 22 that, if the city wins its appeal, as a council person:
1.I will vote to place the new senior center in the Huntington Central Park location approved by voters (Measure T, November 2006 election).
2.I will vote to use developer fees (Quimby Act money) from the Pacific City project up to a maximum of $20 million to pay for building of the voter-approved new senior center.