Taxpayers Host Annual BBQ

 The fundraising event will be held on Thursday, August 9, 2018, 5 to 8 PM 

The location is at The Pickle Patch, 577 W St. Charles Street, San Andreas, CA 95249. The restaurant is located near the intersection of HWY 49 and Pool Station Road.

Eric Eisenhammer

Founder of the Coalition of Energy Users. Which is California's only grassroots advocate for access to affordable energy and quality jobs. The organization has a team of highly qualified leaders and 10,000 citizen activists. CEU engages in legislative and regulatory issues and acts as a resource for accurate energy policy information. Also, Eric is Director of Grassroots Operations of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, He coordinates community outreach, facilitating activism through a network of grassroots leaders, social media programs, web development and mass email marketing efforts. Also responsible for development and coordination of major donor relations program. He was also an interesting guest on Taxpayer Alert PATV program.

Congressman Tom McClintock, Keynote Speaker

Tom addressing issues of local concern including support for the timber industry and the Fed draining of New Melones Lake.  Tom is an old friend of CCTA, attending many of our annual BBQs.

Russ Thomas, CCWD Director & Former Supervisor, will be singing patriotic songs.

There will be an exciting fundraising raffle.  

Seating is limited. Donation is $30 which includes complete Tri-Tip dinner with desert and non-alcoholic beverages.  Beer and wine bar will be hosted by the Pickle Patch.

 Online reservations are available until August 4, 2018, Click Here.

 Or mail payment to CCTA, 3253 Arrowhead Street, Copperopolis CA 95228                                  

 Or, call Al Segalla at 785-1491.

Taxpayer Alert Recent Shows

Below is the latest two episodes of the CCTA  PATV 30 minute program.

Featured  in the first show is Tim Lutz, County CAO. 

Tim discusses the complex challenges facing our local government and some of the unique approaches to improve communication and accountability. Time did not permit exploring the budget consequences of a possible cannabis ban or what would happen if FEMA does not fund as agreed due to the hurricane disasters.

Featured in the second show is Rebecca Callen, County Auditor/Controller. 

Rebecca discusses payroll issues in her department and the major problems facing the county due to unfunded liabilities, issues with cannabis, capital improvements and FEMA issues. 

Quick Links:


Our local booklet

15 Minute 

California Common 
by Frederick Bastiat
The definitive classic
on the proper purpose
 and role of government


Michael Shaw
Freedom Advocates
Globalism vs. America:

Video Here

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