Keep our community Park Host, Chris Gardner, of Jess Martin Park in Julian

 

“Chris Gardner has been the Jess Martin Park volunteer park hosts for over 6 years,  for the community of Julian, he is simply irreplaceable!”

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 – Photo: Chris Gardner receives ‘Volunteer of the Year Award:’ From left to right. San Diego Supervisor Dianne Jacob, Chris Gardner, Jane Gardner, Bob Copper (former director …San Diego County Parks & Recreation ), Chris’ son…Christopher the 3rd.

Chris Gardner has been an amazing caretaker of this small community park. Always making sure that the fields are clean for our kids sports and the walking paths are safe from debris or other issues. Chris has managed to maintain the skate park in amazing condition getting rid of graffiti and other damages youth like to cause, We can always count on Chris to be friendly and kind and always willing to step up take on a project to better this park, KEEP CHRIS GARDNER AT JESS MARTIN PARK!  –  Kate Rochester

 

In exchange for his service, Chris and his disabled wife, Jane, a retired RN, live onsite of the park in their RV. Chris goes far beyond the expectations in his role as “park host” by providing 24/7 overall care, cleanliness, and security of the park.
Chris’s duties include, but are not limited to the following areas of this 9 acre park:

  • Playground
  • Exercise path
  • Skate park
  • Picnic Tables
  • Ball fields
  • Restrooms
  • Community outreach and support
  • Security
  • Fire drills
  • Movie night’s

calfire-at-jess-martin-park               – Photo:  Cal Fire Base Camp Takes Over Jess Martin Park. CCC member Ricco Wilson works with supplies at base camp to keep fire fighters on the job

Unfortunately, Chris was recently told that the park was going in “another direction” (whatever that means?) and that someone with “different skills” was needed as a host. Chris and Jane were given only 30 days to find a new home in a terrifying rental market and, as a community volunteer, no income!

As park host, Chris has offered services without a salary for Jess Martin Park and the Julian community. Chris has not only kept the community/family-oriented park safe and clean, he has also watched out for our children for six years. There are many examples of his care and services : we have felt safe knowing that Chris was there when our teens skateboarded or when our car wouldn’t start when it got dark.

 

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Image: Here’s the letter Chris Gardner received from Supervising Park Ranger David J Moniz and District Manager, Andy Quinn.

This is not an example of compassion and appreciation for free services; it is likely to leave two seniors and Jane’s service dog in training – each beloved community members, entirely homeless right before winter!

Chris and Jane are valued members of the Julian community. By far, Jess Martin Park is the cleanest and well maintained park in San Diego County. Thanks to the care and concern of park host Gardner, JMP is also the safest and best family and community park we’ve ever experienced!  The county would be making a big mistake by removing these two valued volunteer community members.  

Chris had done nothing wrong to warrant this dismissal, he was never written up for dereliction of duties, never slacked on his responsibilities, more importantly, Chris cares for our families, friends and the tourists that visit our historic little mountain town.  These actions against the Gardner’s is more than disheartening, it’s a blatant lack of appreciation, commitment and compassion. Chris and Jane deserve much better!  

The Julian Community wants to know; has the Parks Department and Supervisor’s even considered how terrifying the prospects of being homeless are? Before winter? Before the Holidays?   As park host, Chris has demonstrated his commitment to our community with diplomacy, integrity and dignity. Why cant’s the park administrators do the same?

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Jess Martin Park is Julian’s park. We pay taxes for it, we picnic there, we take our little ones to the playground, play sports, celebrate birthdays, movie nights, fire drills, snow sledding, Quinceañera’s, and much more.

 

We, the undersigned, respectfully ask that Chris and Jane be allowed to keep their home at the park, even if another host is added for additional services. If it is not possible to add a host or otherwise, at the very least, allow them to keep living there in their home until another opportunity presents itself.

We also wish to see Chris and Jane treated with dignity and reasonable notice of not less than 12 months.  Please sign the petition in support of the Gardner’s: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/keep-our-community-park-host-chris-gardner-of

 

From San Diego Parks website: (Human Resources – County of San Diego)

Our Mission

We are committed to provide and retain a skilled, adaptable, and diverse workforce for County departments so they may deliver superior services to the residents and visitors of the County of San Diego.

By their own admission, as noted in their mission statement,We are committed to provide and retain.” That’s all the community is asking for, that you stay true to your mission statement. As so many community members have pointed out, “Chris Gardener is not replaceable.” Another ‘park host’ simply won’t do. How can you replace the years of service Chris as proudly served JMP and our community? You can’t! So don’t!

Informed citizens are truly the strength of a democracy!

Please join us and share your support of JMP park host, Chris Gardner!

PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE!!!

Sign our petition!

http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/keep-our-community-park-host-chris-gardner-of

New Development: After numerous attempts to gain clarity regarding a comment made by San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob, at the Julian Town Hall,  on Friday, Sept. 27,  I have finally received a response:

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LAND USE AND ENVIRONMENT GROUP
SARAH B. AGHASSI 1600 PACIFIC HIGHWAY, ROOM 212, SAN DIEGO, CA

92101 DEPUTY CHIEF ADMINISTRATiVE OFFICER
(619) 531-6256 • Fax (619) 531-5476
http://www.sdcounly.ca.gov/Iueg
December 23, 2016

 

Lisa Elkins
P.O. Box19198
Colorado City, CO 81019
madnessinthemagnolias@gmail.com

 

Dear Mrs. Elkins:
My name is Sarah Aghassi, and I am responding to you on behalf of Helen Robbins-Meyer, the
County of San Diego’s Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). I am the Deputy Chief Administrative
Officer for the Land Use and Environment Group and wanted to follow up on your emails of
December 20 and December 21 that were sent to a group of County of San Diego (County) employees and County Supervisor Dianne Jacob.

I understand that you are unhappy your email of October 20, 2016 did not receive a direct response
from the CAO. As way of background, the County directs citizen concerns to the Department Director
of the department for which a concern is raised by our constituents. Based on your concerns, the
Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) responded to your questions, and his
response was shared with the CAO and Supervisor Dianne Jacob. As DPR’s Director Albright shared
in his previous response, the County will not discuss the specific reasons for the termination of Park

Host Agreements.
You have indicated County staff members, including the DPR Chief of Operations, Dave Knopp and
DPR Administrative Secretary, Sabrina Powell, have discussed Mr. Gardner’s personnel status with
you without his permission. The communications that have been provided to you by DPR staff were
in response to your inquiries and limited to informing you that the County cannot discuss the
termination of the Park Host Agreement you raised in your communication with the County.
We appreciate your interest in Jess Martin Park. DPR staff and volunteers strive to provide the
highest possible quality parks to our residents and visitors. If you have any questions please contact
Dave Knopp, Chief of Operations, at (858) 966-1371 or Dave.Knop@sdcounty.ca.pov.

Sincerely,
SARAH AGHASSI
Deputy Chief Administrative Officer
cc: Brian Aibright, DPR Director; Dave Knopp, DPR Chief of Operations

New Development:

At this incredibly trying time, an attempt to support our JMP community/volunteer park host, a ‘Go-Fund-Me’ page has been developed to make every effort to help aid the Gardner’s ability to move from Jess Martin Park.

Please see here:

Help get us get back on our feet by Jane Kerns-Gardner – GoFundMe

This is all very much overwhelming to me and very much embarrassing. …there’s not any other alternative that I can think of at this point.

The County of San Diego wants their land back that we have our RV on..where my husband has worked/volunteered for ,for the last six years..it’s a community park in the unicorporated town of Julian, California. .

I guess I need to give you a little history of our lives so you can understand why my husband & I need some help financially. ..

Six years ago my husband, Chris, applied for a volunteer parks position with San Diego County Parks Department, at which time we were in Utah helping a dear family friend who’s wife suddenly passed away & he needed help with his two lovely children which when the call came out to us we didn’t hesitate & we left San Diego & headed to Utah..thank goodness we did & we stayed there three years helping them …then we started missing our own family here in California so my husband called the San Diego County Parks Department & inquired if they had any openings for a Park Host position in any of their parks..as years before my husband had worked for the county at Lindo Lake Community Center in Lakeside, California as the volunteer park ranger & interim director for eight years..so he figured the county would know who he was & possibly have an opening for a park host in one of their parks… he called them and got through to one their parks department supervising rangers who remembered Chris from Lindo Lake Community Center in Lakeside. .from there he was offered the volunteer park position here at Julian Community Park which now is called Jess Martin County Park. ..& that’s where we have been for the last six >nhalf years..in our 1984 Itasca motor vehicle/RV.

My husband was given a notice of termination from the local park’s department supervising ranger of Hieze Park, who overseas this 9+ acreage park on October 5th 2016..stating that they were terminating his work here as they are ‘going in a different direction ‘ and they don’t need his services any longer, of course my husband was totally taken by surprise as there had been nothing untoward leading up to this dismissal. .in fact he asked the supervising ranger ‘why’ & all he came up with is we need someone who does carpentry, electrical, & plumbing. My husband offered to him to take classes for these needs the park’s department wanted but the supervising ranger only replied ‘we have someone else already in mind’…of course what can you say to that…both of us were in shock …the letter of dismissal was October 5th giving us 30 days to leave the site that we had had the fortunate opportunity to park on in exchange for my husband’s volunteer work of general maintenance & care of the grounds for the last 6+ years..as well as watch the park at night since there is no one else on the property so basically it was a 24/7 job…which don’t get me wrong we loved..& in fact we became residents of this lovely historical town of Julian & we now are very upset to leave as we have made so many good friends & enjoyed supporting the community & their park culture, including watching the children grow up in the park..from tee ball players to little leaguers to teenage skateboard kids, as there is a skateboard park within the park grounds.

Maybe, I am sharing more than is necessary. .but I feel it’s important to get the whole story included…in fact, a petition was started to maybe retain Chris in this volunteer position here at Jess Martin Park. .people were very kind & left wonderful comments on how good Chris was in his job & how safe they felt with being here with their children & enjoying the park..we got about 200+ signatures in total…but I guess it wasn’t enough to change the minds of the agency involved, they (San Diego County Parks Department ) has their own agenda. In fact, currently the park is all torn up & has few visitors, which is bewildering to us why we were only given 30 day to more..my own inflection here would be…why? Why aren’t we allowed to stay longer as the park isn’t even functional except for the playground, picnicking area, bathrooms & skateboard portion. It makes no sense for them(the County of San Diego ) to rush us out….

That’s were the Go-fund me now comes into need…we have been looking for another place to park our home but the timing of all this has played a detrimental part…all the RV parks are full with the snowbirds from other areas & other park volunteer hosts positions were filled in the months before our notice, as park host positions are normally seasonal & for only 3-6 months at a time..so when we inquired for positions they informed us they had already chosen people for their winter season. .now we are in a very delicate situation as the County of San Diego has informed us they have given us enough time to leave…but there is a big But…we do not have the money, tires, & oil.. (old saying)…& we don’t care to be in violation of the law by just pulling out of here & sitting on the streets..don’t want to be refugees in our own country. ..we are both seniors & live on a very fixed income…in fact our income is below the poverty level of $1,668 for two adults…that’s why we need financial assistance probably not alot but enough to rent a house where we can park the RV & my husband can find a paying job, no more of this working for nothing. .sure volunteer service is great but not always the best for yourself cause now we are in a pickle. .and it’s not the sweet savory kind of pickle..

Thanks for hearing me out..& if your good at creating go-fund me pages please offer to help us…I really need someone’s help & support in our situation. ..

Help spread the word!
Thank you,
Jane Gardner

PLEASE, do whatever you can to help our dedicated volunteer park host of 6 plus years, he’s worth every amount of effort!

https://www.gofundme.com/help-get-us-get-back-on-our-feet

Despite the circumstances of dismissal, Mr. Gardner is still willing and able to serve the community and care for  the 9 acres of Jess Martin Park. Sadly, JMP is now a seldom visited, and noticeably uncared-for.
I’m curious, where are all those kids going to play baseball, etc.. What’s happened to all those hundreds of thousands of dollars allocated to improving the sports fields at JMP? It’s nothing more than a mud field now.
(See JMP grant funds below,)
 

 

The Julian Community has spoken and they want to keep our park host!

PLEASE READ these Petition comments of support for Chris Gardner:

Keep our community Park Host, Chris Gardner, of Jess Martin Park in Julian!

Larry Rosen United States, La Jolla

Dec 02, 2016 Every time I visit Julian with my kids we spend time at Jess Martin Park. It’s obvious that Chris Gardner has not only maintained the park in the highest regard, he is a consistent, friendly and welcoming host to me and my family. We like that! Keep Chris!

Lisa Elkins United States, Rye

Dec 02, 2016

From the San Diego Parks website: (Human Resources – County of San Diego)
Our Mission
‘We are committed to provide and retain a skilled, adaptable, and diverse workforce for County departments so they may deliver superior services to the residents and visitors of the County of San Diego.’

By your admission, as noted in your mission statement, ‘We are committed to provide and retain.” That’s all the community is asking for, that you stay true to your mission statement. As so many community members have pointed out, “Chris Gardener is not replaceable.” Another ‘park host’ simply won’t do. How can you replace the 6 plus years of service Chris as proudly served Jess Martin Park and our community?  You can’t!  So don’t!

  • Kathy Price United States, Ramona

    Nov 27, 2016

    CHRIS is available most of the time at the park. He is the only park caretaker when the full time staff is on days off.

  • Peggy Wright United States, San Diego

    Nov 23, 2016

    I don’t understand how after all these years they can just throw you out. WHERE is the loyalty to all your hard work.

  • Joy lovell United States, Chandler

    Nov 16, 2016

    Jane and Chris deserve to continue as park hosts.

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    • WILLAIM H MUDD United States, Renton

      Nov 07, 2016

      If it ain’t broke,…. don’t fix it. Sometimes leaving things the way they are accomplishes more than change.
      Thanks,
      Bill

    • Julia Eversheim United States, Coronado

      Nov 05, 2016

      Each time I have visited Jess Martin Park, I have been impressed with its cleanliness. I have always felt welcome and comfortable in this tranquil Julian setting. All of this is due to Chris, the park volunteer who goes out of his way to keep the park clean and to warmly welcome visitors. He takes personal pride in this park and does all he can to make it a nice place to visit. Please allow Chris and his wife to stay at Jess Martin Park.

    • Mark Robinson United States, San Diego

      Nov 04, 2016

      Chris Gardner is the heart and soul of Jess Martin Park. Nothing makes him happier than to see visitors enjoying themselves. He is a Host in the true sense of the word, always making us feel welcome, and always brimming with pride for the place he has been watching over for six years.

      Why would those in charge want to disrupt such a perfect situation? Why would they want to do harm to a man who has done such a good job? Why would they terminate the one who makes Jess Martin Park a place we all enjoy?

    • Diane Robinson United States, San Diego

      Nov 04, 2016

      I refer to Chris Gardner as “Ranger Chris” because he is always visible, always cordial, always caring for the needs of Jess Martin Park, but most importantly he cares about those of us who visit the park. I am a daily visitor to Jess Martin Park, walking with my dog. We exercise there because I feel safe. I know “Ranger Chris” is always there, always aware, always caring. Jess Martin Park needs Chris Gardner and it is now an opportunity for the Park administration to show their gratitude to Mr. Gardner by inviting him to continue living on the park grounds and to resume his position as a host of Jess Martin Park. Thank you .
      Diane Robinson and Hagrid

    • Lea richardson United States, Ramona

      Nov 04, 2016

      That is just wrong people. What is going on in Julian. Leave Chris and wife as hosts period

    • Leonard Brehm United States, San Diego

      Nov 03, 2016

      Keep Chris at the park

    • Phil Grimm United States, Ramona

      Nov 03, 2016

      Keep these folks at the park!

    • Chip Jarman United States, Twentynine Palms

      Nov 02, 2016

      In addition to always making sure the grounds and equipment were a source of pride for our community, Chris and Jane would always take the time to ask us how we were doing and make us and our dog, Rosie, welcome at the park. Wonderful ambassadors of the Julian township.

    • John A Ballou United States, Julian

      Nov 02, 2016

      While some limits always must be generally maintained as to the tenure of park camp hosts, this case seems quite unfair. THEY SHOULD AT LEAST BE GIVEN REASONABLE TIME TO COMFORTABLY RELOCATE!
      (say 1 or 2 years?) Camp hosting is not a LIFELONG position, but let’s be reasonable! We owe them at least that!

    • Kimberley Hansen United States, Menifee

      Nov 02, 2016

      This appears to be a fair request.

    • Joy Lovell United States, Mesa

      Nov 02, 2016

      Valued community members who have cared for your community park. Please allow them to continue their work in residence.

    • Deirdre Scott United States, Weare

      Nov 02, 2016

      The park is great. Why mess with a good thing? Keep the Gardeners!

    • Albert Gonzalez United States, Irvine

      Nov 02, 2016

      They are very nice people..

    • Carl Laster United States, Julian

      Nov 02, 2016

      I signed this Petition earlier but did not see my name on the list, I am signing it again and can not believe there are only 166 signatures.. Whats up folks ?

    • Danielle Morris United States, Winter Park

      Nov 02, 2016

      Cutting costs by cutting valued and efficient employees is never a good idea. I hear it’s already going downhill without Chris.

    • Cory Phillips United States, Ottawa

      Oct 28, 2016

      Sign now, this is bs

    • Dan United States, El Cajon

      Oct 28, 2016

      Have a heart

    • Joseph Dudas United States, Los Angeles

      Oct 28, 2016

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      30 days notice is not adequate, or fair. Do the right thing.

    • Kathy Heinlein United States, Julian

      Oct 28, 2016

      Absolutely the best when people volunteer , I support that!

    • Carolyn Esposito United States, Ranchita

      Oct 27, 2016

      Thank you for caring for the park.

    • Sean Casey United States, Escondido

      Oct 26, 2016

      Chris & Jane are good people & deserve to be kept on as park hosts !

    • Dustin Lytle United States

      Oct 26, 2016

      Chris and his wife need the park more than the park needs them!! Think of people who are hurt before helping someone who is healthy.

    • Elisa Griffin United States, Ramona

      Oct 26, 2016

      Please stay!!! We need you!!!

    • Donald hooper United States

      Oct 26, 2016

      Please keep them. We love them

    • Chance Perez United States, Rancho Santa Margarita

      Oct 26, 2016

      Chris has always done his duty and has always taken great care of the park. And he has my support.

    • Warren Trammell United States, Haleyville

      Oct 26, 2016

      Keep Chris Gardner in Julian. And keep in touch with Lisa Elkins who moved to Colorado.

    • Oct 26, 2016

      Please understand how much we want and need them to still be here!!!

    • CAROL ECKELS United States, Frazier Park

      Oct 26, 2016

      PLEASE KEEP THEM TAKING CARE OF OUR PARK, THANK U

    • Kelsey Baillie United States, Julian

      Oct 25, 2016

      The Gardeners have taken wonderful care of our park. Please do not remove them from Jess Martin.

    • Morgan Kell United States

      Oct 25, 2016

      Please keep Chisel and Jane!

    • Jo Ann ellen United States, Riverside

      Oct 25, 2016

      The parkways looks nice.

    • Janice Chappell United States, Lebec

      Oct 25, 2016

      We need to keep people like this in our parks service.

    • Margaret Turner United States, Oceanside

      Oct 23, 2016

      WHY MOVE GREAT VOLUNTEERS.ARE THE COUNTY GOING TO PAY SOMEONE FOR UPKEEP ,WITH MONEY THAT COULD GO TO SCHOOLS ECT OR JUST LET IT DETERIORATE. THEN NO VISITORS LOSS OF INCOME TO JULLIAN BUSINESS ??????

    • Kevin O’Connor United States, Chino Hills

      Oct 23, 2016

      Leave the family where they are. They are doing a great job. I our lifetime loyalty and comittment from emoloyers has dwindled. Family security is stressed and questionable. Let’s get back to respecting those who work hard. We, in Julian, are a family. Let them stay

    • Margarita Gray United States, Carlsbad

      Oct 23, 2016

      Sorry to hear someone selfishly has chosen to boot them out for their satisfaction.

    • Jaleh Flinders United States, Kennewick

      Oct 22, 2016

      Please allow them to stay. This is there passion and calling to serve the community. This gives them termendous joy to do this and in return they ask for little to nothing. What an amazing couple that you should be proud to allow them to work in your community.

    • Karoll United States, San Diego

      Oct 21, 2016

      Please allow these volunteers to keep doing their work !

    • Jennifer Robinson United States, Tucson

      Oct 21, 2016

      Love you!

    • Rachel Goddard United States, San Diego

      Oct 21, 2016

      The park looks better now, than when I was a kid. Been a 30 year resident to Julian.

    • Patti Dupont United States, Fountain Hills

      Oct 21, 2016

      Reward people who do good, don’t kick them out?!

    • Summer Hathaway United States, Ellensburg

      Oct 20, 2016

      So afraid what what this park will turn into without him there. You should alaways keep someone who goes above and beyond. Dont change or fix something that isn’t broken.

    • Laura silveria United States, Brawley

      Oct 20, 2016

      Please keep them where they belong they are such great people and do an awesome job with the park please !!!!

    • Danielle Morris United States, Winter Park

      Oct 20, 2016

      Where is this City’s compassion? What political move is really behind this? I find this reprehensible

    • Marissa Day United States, Chino Hills

      Oct 20, 2016

      It would be stupid of us to not keep Chris around. He does a wonderful job and cares more about this park than anyone in the community.

    • Frank Wollard United States, Summerville

      Oct 20, 2016

      Please support my dear friend in her time of need.

    • Rosalind Brooks United States, Ramona

      Oct 20, 2016

      The park has always been kept tidy and clean, Chris is always there not only picks up trash but looks after lost property and finds owners of such as well. The American Flag has always been used respectfully (no one is dealing with it at the moment by the way). I feel (Mrs. Brooks) The Gardner’s are being treated most disrespectfully at this time.

    • Jeremiah king United States

      Oct 20, 2016

      i would be a a real bummer to lose these two. They help out our cumunity so much.

    • Franchesca Davis United States, San Diego

      Oct 20, 2016

      This is just sad, i hope they are allowed to stay!

    • Chip Jarman United States, Twentynine Palms

      Oct 20, 2016

      In addition to always making sure the grounds and equipment were a source of pride for our community, Chris and Jane would always take the time to ask us how we were doing and make us and our dog, Rosie, welcome at the park. Wonderful ambassadors of the Julian township.

    • Jim kaltenthaler United States

      Oct 20, 2016

      Do the right thing.

    • Lisa Elkins United States, Rye

      Oct 19, 2016

      To all those in support of the Gardner’s, PLEASE POST ON SOCIAL MEDIA PLEASE SHARE!!!
      http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/keep-our-community-park-host-chris-gardner-of?utm_source=email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=email_thank_you

    • Maurizio Seppe United States, Rye

      Oct 19, 2016

      Save / Keep Jess Martin Park Host, Chris Gardner!

      Isn’t the park in violation of the American Disability Act since Jane Gardner is disabled?

    • Kevin dear United States, Los Angeles

      Oct 19, 2016

      1

      One of our favorite parks and always in better condition than any other we visit

    • Jennifer King United States

      Oct 19, 2016

      1

      i cannot imagine our park without these awesome people. They must stay.

    • Betty Birdsell United States

      Oct 19, 2016

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      The citizens’ advisory group appointed to manage the affairs of Jess Martin Park should be the sole source of any dismissal or replacement of the park host at the park. Hopefully, this entity is not in agreement with the decision to replace Mr. Gardner. More background information is desired before Mr. Gardner is replaced, please.

    • Yvonne Ellen United States, Corona

      Oct 19, 2016

      1

      This decision excludes public feedback and opinions. As Julian is a small and tight knit community, this does not reflect well on public relations.

    • Amanda United States, Ramona

      Oct 19, 2016

      1

      I love them! They are sweet people! Keep it the way it is!!!!!

    • Kathy Edmonston United States, Ramona

      Oct 19, 2016

      1

      I agree with this petition!

    • Peter Rhoades United States, Ramona

      Oct 19, 2016

      1

      They deserve better than this. The park is their baby.

    • Nicolle Sheppard United States, Ramona

      Oct 19, 2016

      1

      Chris and Jane have brought love and respect back to that park and helped baseball succeed. Please reconsider .

    • Anonymous

      Oct 19, 2016

      1

      These ppl have done a magnificent job taking care of the park and being there for kids. No one should be left in this position. !!!

    • Anonymous

      Oct 19, 2016

      1

      Keep the Gardners!

    • Lauren Gonzalez United States, Ramona

      Oct 19, 2016

      We love him. The playground is always nice and the picnic area is a favorite. Clean bathrooms

    • Kate Rochester United States, Louisville

      Oct 19, 2016

      Chris Gardner has been an amazing caretaker of this small community park. Always making sure that the fields are clean for our kids sports and the walking paths are safe from debris or other issues. Chris has managed to maintain the skate park in amazing condition getting rid of graffiti and other damages youth like to cause, We can always count on Chris to be friendly and kind and always willing to step up take on a project to better this park, KEEP CHRIS GARDNER AT JESS MARTIN PARK! 

    • April Doray United States, Ramona

      Oct 19, 2016

      Please let them stay! They are such sweet people, and upstanding members of this community!

    • Jacob Allen United States, Irvine

      Oct 19, 2016

      Chris has done an amazing job. The park is truly a great place and environment the past few years. If there is a good reason it has been poorly explained it seems and a longer notice should have been given. What damage will be be doing by staying an extra 2 months?

    • Bill pettersen United States

      Oct 19, 2016

      This is absurd! Why????!!!!

    • Anonymous

      Oct 19, 2016

      I was evicted last year from the wheelchair-accessible apartment I need & had enjoyed for 23 years.The stress and uncertainties of moving was extremely traumatic. Over the course of more than a year, the disruption exacerbated serious disability-related medical issues, generating complications which continue to literally threaten life & limb.
      I hope the County will show greater compassion for this family than did the investment capital firm that ended my tenancy.

    • Lisa McNatt United States, San Diego

      Oct 19, 2016

      Keep them!

    • Gary T Anderson United States, Encinitas

      Oct 19, 2016

      Chris and Jane have many years of experience working as park hosts. You don’t just find someone with the depth of knowledge they have to offer, when it comes to working with the public, the parks and camping in California.

    • Djavahir Groen United States, Los Angeles

      Oct 18, 2016

      Chris has keep the park looking amazing and even the bathrooms are always perfect!

    • Monica Gallina United States, Ramona

      Oct 18, 2016

      Please keep Chris and Jane at our park.

    • Liana Moor United States, Ramona

      Oct 18, 2016

      Please keep Chris and his wife, Jane ,as our park caretaker. It is a wonderful place due to his efforts. If they must leave, then please afford them as much time as needed to find another home as cold weather approaches. Thank you.

    • Denise Grasse United States, Ramona

      Oct 18, 2016

      He does a great job!! I go to the park with my grand children often and he is always friendly and cleaning. He’s a keeper.

    • Sand Butler United States, Escondido

      Oct 18, 2016

      I walk at the park with my dog…. Chris is always somewhere in the park working. As we make our rounds, Chris always greets you with a smile and a wave.
      There is something small town about this that I don’t want to give up.

    • Andrea Ornelas United States, Riverside

      Oct 18, 2016

      They should stay. They are wonderful people and even better for the park.

    • Jeff Jones United States, Shawnee

      Oct 18, 2016

      As a local resident who volunteered at JMP park as a board member, coach and labored to make it a quality addition to our community I’ve never seen it nicer. I believe this is due in large by the current Host’s amazing dedication. We, as a community, need them!!!

    • Robert Carande United States, Alpine

      Oct 18, 2016

      The Garnder’s are part of the community and the County needs to respect the wishes of the community.

    • April Perez United States, Corona

      Oct 18, 2016

      They deserve to be honored for their service at jess martin park and in the community, not thrown away. So wrong.

    • Lynn Jarman United States, Twentynine Palms

      Oct 18, 2016

      Chris has done a great job of keeping our beautiful park well maintained and friendly to the community. We consider Chris and Jane part of our Julian community and we want them to stay!

    • Anonymous

      Oct 18, 2016

      Wonderful host, who does so much for the community park. Can’t imagine what it would look like without him there.

    • Lisa Elkins United States, Rye

      Oct 18, 2016

      Chris and Jane are beloved members of the Julian community. Far and away, Jess Martin Park is the cleanest and well maintained park in San Diego County. Thanks to the care and concern of park host Chris Gardner, Jess Mountain Park is the safest and best family and community park we’ve ever experienced! The county would be making a big mistake by removing these two valued volunteer community members. Chris had done nothing wrong to warrant this dismissal, he was never written up for dereliction of duties, never slacked on his responsibilities, and cares for our families, friends and the tourists that visit our historic little mountain town. These actions against the Gardner’s is more than disheartening, it’s a blatant lack of appreciation, commitment and compassion. Chris and Jane deserve much better! Has the park even considered how terrifying the prospects of being homeless are? Before winter? Before the Holidays? As park host, Chris has demonstrated his commitment to our community with diplomacy, integrity and dignity. Why cant’s the park administrators do the same?

    • Adele Spirz Delgadoyou know, even if the park wants to go “a different direction” this letter is in very poor form. No thanks for their time and dedication, no positives, it’s not like they were a bad tenant and just throwing them out. We all know that 30 days is woefully insufficient time to find a place. It could happen but likely takes much longer. I think bringing that up to Jacob would be the way to go.

    **New Development: ‘Go FundMe’ – In an effort to help support the Gardner’s ability to move from the Jess Martin Park.** https://www.gofundme.com/help-get-us-get-back-on-our-feet

    COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO CODE OF ETHICS: Chief Administrative Officer-Helen N. Robbins-Meyer. San Diego County Parks Department

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    COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
    CODE OF ETHICS
    Dear fellow County employees,
    This Code of Ethics was created to serve as both a pledge and a guide for all County employees.
    It includes our Standards of Conduct and our General Principles, and is intended to guide and assist us in the actions we take and the decisions we make as public servants of the County of San Diego.
    Our code of ethics is the foundation of our County culture and must be reflective in everything we do.
    Our reputation, personally and collectively, is formed by our actions and
    performance — which we expect to reflect our core values and principles of integrity stewardship
    and commitment. All employees are expected to be aware of, and behave in accordance with, our Code of Ethics, and to embrace our core values.
    To achieve our public service goals, the County of San Diego must support an internal environment that nurtures and encourages ethical conduct. Practicing ethical and legal
    conduct is essential to fulfilling the County’s mission and to each employee’s individual success.
    It is our duty to continually earn the public’s trust by always advancing the public interest and refraining from the pursuit of private interests. Our commitment to integrity, in our
    duties, and in our interactions with each other, and with our stakeholders will help us earn and maintain the public’s trust. Ethics has always been and will always be important to the County of San Diego. Our commitment to it is written on our County seal “The noblest motive is the public good.”
    Thank you for making ethics and integrity an important and fundamental aspect of who we are, how we serve the public and in how we continually demonstrate that the noblest
    motive is the public good.
    Helen N. Robbins-Meyer
    Chief Administrative Officer

     

    COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO CODE OF ETHICS STANDARDS OF CONDUCT
    As County employees we hold positions of public trust and we all share a mutual commitment to ethics in the workplace.
    These Standards of Conduct are founded on basic principles of ethical behavior and are consistent with the County’s core values and our six General Principles.
    We dedicate ourselves to upholding the highest standards of conduct in the performance of our duties by adhering to the following:
    1.Workplace Conduct: The County is committed to the principle of treating each employee with respect and dignity. County employees in turn are expected to treat their customers, clients and colleagues with respect, dignity and professionalism. It is important for employees to share knowledge and information and support one another in order to be successful, individually and as a team.
    Equal Opportunity:
    The County is committed to ensuring equal opportunity in all aspects of County operations. It is the policy of the County to comply with federal, state and local laws affecting
    equal opportunity. Employment actions taken by County managers and supervisors shall be on the basis of job-related qualifications and merit without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, age or veteran status. (Reference: Board of Supervisors Policy Manual, Policy No. C-17)•
    Discrimination and Harassment:
    The County is committed to a work environment free from unlawful discrimination and harassment, including sexual, racial, religious, age, disability, or any other form of discrimination or harassment.
    Unlawful sexual harassment in the workplace is defined as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other visual, verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when: (1) submission to such conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual’s employment, (2) submission to or rejection of such conduct by
    an individual is used as the basis for employment decisions affecting such individual, or (3) such
    conduct is unwelcome or has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work performance or creating an
    intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment.
    If County employees become aware of any form of discrimination or harassment occurring in the workplace, they must report it immediately to their manager, supervisor, or Departmental Human Resources Officer (DHRO). All credible reported incidents must be investigated promptly, and management must take appropriate action, which may include removal from County service.
    Employees may contact the Office of Ethics and Compliance to report violations of workplace conduct if they feel uncomfortable making a report with their respective department.
    (Reference:Board of Supervisors Policy Manual, Policy Nos. C-17, C-22, A-125 and DHR Policy 111)
    2. Drug and Alcohol Use: The County is committed to maintaining a safe, healthy and productive work environment. It is the responsibility of all  County employees to perform their public services safely, effectively and efficiently, without being adversely affected or impaired in any way by the use or presence of alcohol or drugs. The County provides assistance through employee assistance programs, on a confidential basis, for a County employee seeking help for a drug or alcohol-related problem.
    (Reference: Board of Supervisors Policy Manual, Policy No. C-25)
    3. Safe Work Environment:
    The health and safety of County employees is and will always be a top priority at the County. Employees are expected to adhere to health and safety rules, develop and demonstrate safe work habits, follow all Departmental safety procedures and use all required personal safety protective equipment. The County’s Work Safe/
    Stay Healthy program was developed to provide guidelines and support in this endeavor.
    The County is also committed to providing a work environment free from
    violence and the threats of violence. It is the policy of the County that a “zero tolerance”
    standard shall apply to violent behavior, implied or actual, and to threats of violent behavior, from any person, that is directed at other employees or the public at a County facility or in connection with County business. In conformance with this County policy, no County employee shall engage in violent conduct or make threats of violence, implied or actual, at a County workplace or during the course and scope of performing County duties.
    All threats of violence shall be taken seriously and shall not be dismissed as harmless joking. Employees who witness instances or occasions of any employee or former employee making threats or engaging in acts of violence must report such matter immediately to their managers or supervisors (or if an emergency, report the emergency in accordance with the County’s emergency procedures). (Reference: Board of Supervisors Policy Manual, Policy No. A-121)
    Fraud, Waste and Abuse:
    The County is committed to protect against all improprieties in public programs and services. Integrity in the administration of County programs and services must exist to ensure the public’s trust. It is critical that the County take whatever action is necessary to prevent and deter fraud and abuse which demonstrates a commitment to protecting the public interest in essential public programs and services.
    Waste and abuse can also be considered “Improper Government Activity”, which means any activity, conduct, or act by a County department, officer,
    or employee relating to the performance of official County functions, duties or responsibilities, and involves: (1) gross mismanagement, (2) a significant
    waste of funds, (3) an abuse of authority, or (4) a substantial and specific danger to public health and safety.
    There shall be “zero tolerance” for fraud committed by County employees or contractors in the administration of County programs and provisions of
    County services. Fraud is the intentional (1) perversion of truth for the purpose of inducing another in reliance upon the falsehood to part with
    something valuable or to surrender a legal right, or (2) false representation of a matter of fact, whether by words or by conduct, by false or misleading
    allegations, or by concealment of that which should have been disclosed, which deceives and is intended to deceive another so that the person shall
    act upon it to his/her injury.(Reference: Board of Supervisors Policy Manual, Policy No. A-120 and County of San Diego Administrative Manual, Item No. 0010-10)
    5.Improper Gifts and Gratuities: The County is committed to ensuring that all County services and operations performed by County employees are provided honestly and fairly. It is improper to accept or give the appearance of accepting any gratuity in the form of compensation, preferential treatment, entertainment, service or promise of future benefits in exchange
    for providing special favors, privileges, benefits or services that otherwise would not have been provided.
    Additionally, when on official County travel, County employees are not authorized to accept the payment of their travel expenses from
    persons/companies doing or seeking to do business with the County, unless waived by the Chief Administrative Officer, when it is determined to be in
    the best interest of the County to do so.(Reference: Board of Supervisor Policy Manual, Policy No. D-7)
    6. Conflict of Interest: County employees should avoid becoming involved in activities that improperly influence their actions or job functions. This
    includes taking outside employment or engaging in activities where the employee’s judgment could be impaired in performing his or her duties for
    the County. Reporting these and other potential conflicts having to do with relatives working in the same department or relationships with clients or
    vendors must be disclosed so they do not compromise the employee’s objectivity, accountability or judgment..
    Outside Employment:
    Employment outside of normal working hours may present a possible conflict of interest and must be reported on Disclosure Statement forms (AUD 263) periodically
    issued during the year. Outside employment may be approved if it is determined not to conflict or be incompatible with your County job.
    Each request is individually reviewed. Required employees will also complete an annual Statement of Economic Interest (Form 700).
    Incompatible Activities:
    County officers and employees are prohibited from engaging in any outside employment or activity that is incompatible with the duties of their County office. Each
    appointing authority of the County of San Diego is required to formulate rules for the employees under his or her jurisdiction specifying outside compensated activities
    that are inconsistent and incompatible with the County employees’ duties.
    Prohibited activities include: I. Any activity that involves the use for private gain or advantage of County time or facilities, including outside
    employment which results in receipt of frequent telephone calls or visitors by the employee while on duty at their County employment.
    ii. Any activity which involves the use for private gain or advantage of the badge, uniform, prestige, or influence of the
    individual’s County employment.
    iii. Any activity which involves the receipt by the employee of money or other consideration from private parties for the performance of acts that the employee is expected to render
    in the regular course of duty as a County employee.
    iv.Any activity that is in conflict with the duties and responsibilities of the employee’s department.
    v.Any payment, offer, promise or authorization to pay money
    or to give anything else of value (commonly referred to as a “bribe” or “kickback”), either directly or through a third party, intended to influence any act or decision of an official
    or employee of any governmental agency or its subdivision, including officials or employees of any foreign government or agency with which the County does business.
    (Reference: Government Code Sections 1125-1127, Board of Supervisors Resolution No. 41 and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, 15 U.S.C §§ 78dd-
    1, et seq.)
    Confidential Information:
    The County is committed to protecting the integrity, security and confidentiality of County data and information. The County has developed data classification guidelines to assist in determining the security, protection and handling protocol for different types of County data and information. The County gui
    delines extend to all data formats and mediums. For example, there are guidelines for verbal communication,
    paper documents, electronic information, the physical location and storage of data, and for data on mobile devices (e.g. laptop, PDA, Blackberries).
    In performance of regular duties and assignments, authorized users must be
    familiar with and observe the policies and procedures governing County
    data and information.
    (Reference: County of San Diego Administrative Manual, Item No. 0400-
    11
    )
    8.
    Use of County Property:
    County
    -owned property such as vehicles,
    teleph
    ones, fax or copy machines and any other tangible assets are only
    to
    be used for official County business. Employees are trusted to use County
    assets safely and properly. Abuse or misuse of County assets may be cause
    for disciplinary action.
    (Reference: County
    of San Diego, Employee Handbook
    )
    9.
    County Information Systems:
    Protecting County i
    nformation systems and
    the data and information contained in them from unauthorized access,
    disclosure, damage, modification or misuse is essential. Based on best
    business pr
    actices, the County has established policies and procedures to
    protect County information systems
    and County t
    elecommunication s
    ystems
    and to guide the acceptable use o
    f County data and information created,
    accessed or stored via County information systems
    or through County
    internet service. In the performance of regular duties and assignment
    s,
    authorized users must be familiar with and observe these policies and
    procedures.
    (Reference:
    County of San Diego Administrative Manual, Item Nos. 0400-
    001 through 0400-
    07
    )
    10.
    Financial Stewardship:
    The County is committed to the proper expenditure
    of County funds and the proper use of County assets and property. All
    employees are required to comply with all applicable federal, state and local
    laws, rules and regulations
    , and must act promptly to report and correct
    problems if discrepancies are discovered.
    11.
    Reporting Violations:
    Employees shall immediately report issues,
    problems, concerns or violations of the
    Standards of Conduct
    and Conflict
    of Interest
    and any possible fraud
    , waste or abuse
    by departments, programs,
    contractors, vendors, volunteers or County employees.
    The County takes reports of violations seriously and works
    to resolve any
    potential
    issues as quickly as possible. There are several resources to assist
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    empl
    oyees. If you have questions or concerns, tal
    k to a supervisor, manager,
    or Human R
    esources contact. If
    you believe your concerns are not being
    properly addressed, or if you would like further guidance, you may cal
    l the
    Office of Ethics and Compliance at (
    619) 531
    -5174 or the County’s
    anonymous Ethics Hotline at: (866) 549-
    0004.
    When considering reporting a violation, employees should ask themselves:
    What is the action that I perceive violates standards as outlined in the
    Standards of Conduct
    or
    General Principles
    ?
    What is the action that I perceive violates any known law, rule,
    regulation, or policy and procedure?
    What opportunity has been given to my supervisor or manager to make
    them aware of and to address the issue (if appropriate)?
    12.
    Protection Against Retaliation:
    No disciplinary action or retaliation shall
    be taken against any employee for reporting in good faith a perceived issue,
    problem
    , concern or violation. Additionally, no reprisal shall be taken
    against any County officer or employee who participates as a witness during
    the course of an investigation.
    (County of San Diego Administrative Manual, Item No. 0010-
    10
    )
    SIX GENERAL PRINCIPLES
    The six
    General Principles
    listed below are intended to guide and assist County
    employees in adhering to the
    Standards of Conduct
    and to help all of us do the right
    thing.
    1.
    Treat members of the public and fellow e
    mployees respectfully, fairly and
    honestly
    at all times.
    2.
    Perform your duties in compliance with all federal, state and local laws,
    and avoid any involvement in illegal, unethical or
    improper
    conduct
    .
    3.
    Conduct your official County duties in conformance with the County’s
    policies and
    procedures, and in accordance with the highest standards of
    ethical and legal conduct.
    4.
    Ensure that County funds and property are used with extreme care, guided
    by prudent judgment and good business practices.
    5.
    Create a work environment that promotes open and honest
    communications, and encourages raising ethical concerns without
    fear of retribution or retaliation.
    6.
    Assume responsibility for knowing, understanding and having a practical
    working knowledge of the laws and regulat
    ions applicable to your job.
    Applicability:
    The
    Standards of Conduct
    are applicable in the performance of County
    business and will apply to all County employees
    , including temporary workers and
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    Standards of Conduct
    do not apply to County suppliers, vendors,
    contractors and business partners working outside of our workplace, we expect that they
    will familiarize themselves with our
    Standards of Conduct
    and support effective conduct
    and ethics.
    In addition, the
    Standards of Conduct
    will apply to all appointed boards and commissions
    affiliated with the County of San Diego.
    CODE OF ETHICS
    Employee Name:
    ________________________________________
    Department:
    _________________________________________
    My signature indicates that I have received and read the County’s Code of
    Ethics
    .
    I am fully aware of my responsibilities as a County employee and agree to abide
    by the standards of ethical conduct as de
    scribed i
    n the County’s Code of Ethics
    .
    My signature further indicates that I was afforded the opportunity to inquire as to
    anything in the County’s Code of Ethics
    that was not clear to me. The person
    witnessing my signature on this form is the person who made him
    /herself
    available to me for any questions that I had during my review and before my
    signature.
    Date:
    ________________________________
    Employee Signature:
    ___________________________________
    Employee ID#:
    ___________________________________
    Witness
    Signature:
    ___________________________________
    (Witness signature must be the department representative
    Who explained the policy to the employee
    .)
    (Note: File in official department personnel file)

    Why isn’t the flag cared for at Jess Martin Park?

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    – Photo: Jess Martin Park

    “I am ashamed. ..there is a proper protocol for the American Flag….the US Flag is flying right now in a County park…6:26pm..sundown ,which is normally is taken town when when the employee of the park & rec leaves at at 5:00pm…this last week the flag was hung on Friday left up during the fog & rain until Monday…why I don’t know…normally my husband puts the Flag up & brings the flag down during the weekend, here at Jess Martin County Park…but he no longer has his keys or his badge…the least the County of San diego can do is have respect for the United States of America Flag…there is not a light out there to shine on Old Glory tonight. ..what have we come to….it is a disgrace. ..father’s & grandfather’s have died for this country…just tell me why???…Why ??? Julian California & Jess Martin Park…are better than this….God Bless America. … “- Jane Kerns Gardner



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    Jane Kerns-GardnerLisa Elkins Goodman

    Yvette Walker Brahy
    Yvette Walker BrahyIs there a facebook page for your city? If so, post this there and hopefully they’ll take care of it.
    Valerie Rogers
    Valerie Rogers😢 so sad to hear this and see this.
    Jane Peterson
    Jane PetersonI feel your pain. The universe will provide for you because you and Chris are good people surrounded by those who love you.
    Chip Jarman
    Chip JarmanThank you for bringing this to the community’s attention. There is no excuse for disregarding the protocols that respect and honor our flag. I would hope that the county officials responsible promptly step up to the plate and explain how this was allowed to happen.
    Rosalind Brooks
    Rosalind BrooksSo that’s part of the reason I have not seen Chris putting the flag up when I walk in the morning, good grief, I actually wondered about that if it had been forgotten to be taken down at night! Now I know. Sorry for you guys, do you have to be gone or something?
    Lisa Elkins Goodman
    Lisa Elkins Goodman This is a disgrace! Our veterans and community deserve better this!
    The park is required to have that flag flying, half-staff when necessary, and taken down every day, not left to deteriorate in the weather.

    https://www.facebook.com/jane.kernsgardner?fref=ts

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