Morning News Bits – April 13, 2012

Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC)

Anaheim and Costa Mesa lead the news this morning with the renewed inclusion of Anaheim as a high-speed rail destination, and more revelations about Tuesday’s canceled special meeting on the proposed Charter in Costa Mesa.

OCRegister: Anaheim back on high-speed rail route

The state’s High Speed Rail Authority board on Thursday approved a new business plan for the bullet train route with one notable amendment – adding Anaheim back on as the route’s southern terminus. Read More.

Voice of OC: Mystery Over Missing Time on Costa Mesa Meeting Notice

Costa Mesa residents raised questions this week over why city leaders deviated from their own procedure – and potentially the law – by not including the starting time on their official notice for a hastily scheduled meeting on the city’s charter proposal.

Also, city spokesman Bill Lobdell gave out a starting time that would have had residents arriving 30 minutes late to Tuesday’s special meeting, which was ultimately canceled. Read More.

  1 comment for “Morning News Bits – April 13, 2012

  1. Jon
    April 13, 2012 at 1:01 pm

    Anyone read Brian Calle’s column on the OCR saying that the recall of Scott Walker must be “thwarted?” It’s crying for a rebuttal…

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