I’d like to pay tribute this week for our number one reader of the week, Orange Joke blogger Sean H. Mill, who has read every word in our posts and comments by other readers with a jaudiced eye to call for truth, justice and the American way.Â My fellow LiberalOC blogger Chris Prevatt is the…
On Thursday, March 18, 2010, Tom Daly filed a legal challenge to Clerk-Recorder candidate Hugh Nguyenâ€™s ballot designation for the County Clerk-Recorderâ€™s race (Case No. 30-2010-00354431-CU-WM-CJC). Nguyenâ€™s actual title is Assistant Clerk, Files Management/Administration Division/Clerk of the Board.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyfWVCC5uQs[/youtube] Irvine council member and Democratic candidate for Congress in CD-48, Beth Krom, was a guest on the Bill Press radio program this week.Â If you missed the program, click on the YouTube file to check it out.Â Bill Press is one of the nation’s leading progessive radio hosts.Â Don’t be surprised if Beth doesn’t…
â€œThe homes of these hardworking Orange County residents have been ruined by graffiti and because of a worsening economy they cannot afford to keep covering up the graffiti themselves,â€ stated Senator Lou Correa. â€œIâ€™m bringing folks together so we can clean it up and restore safety to this community.â€
â€œOut-of-control discretionary spending threatens to cripple Americaâ€™s economy and saddle future generations of Americans with mountains of debt,â€ said Rep. Sanchez. â€œOrange County families have been forced to make tough financial decisions, and itâ€™s time for Congress to do the same. Discretionary spending caps will be an important tool in our fight to restore fiscal discipline in government.â€
Hugh Nguyen manages the purchasing, petty cash, space needs/modifications, telephone usage/modifications, safety compliance, disaster recovery plan, department document storage and retention, public record act requests, building signage, etc. for the Board of Supervisors and Clerk of the Board.
Assemblyman Jose Solorio, (D-Anaheim), author of legislation to stop the sale of the Orange County Fairgrounds, was pleased with the announcement. “We knew from the beginning that the process was not designed to garner the highest bid, and the local community didn’t want the fairgrounds sold at all,” Solorio said. “This is good news for the state, Costa Mesa, and all Orange County residents who enjoy the OC Fairgrounds.”