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Ware’s Attorney Describes Logan As “Crummy Little Houses”

Perhaps now we know why Judy Ware and her disposal company treat the Logan Neighborhood with such disdain.  During a meeting about the Renaissance Specific Plan held at City Hall yesterday in which Judy Ware was in attendance, her lawyer Patrick Munoz described the oldest residential neighborhood in Santa Ana as “crummy little houses”.  According…

There is other news: Coastal Commission to decide on 241

With the primary election coverage running at full speed there is other news that some in Orange County may be interested in. The LATimes Dan Weikel reports today on the meeting tomorrow of the California Coastal Commission regarding the 241 extension. Showdown over O.C. tollway is set The Coastal Commission is to decide Wednesday whether…

Election Night Celebrations

Super Tuesday is today Polls close at 8:00 pm, so after you have done your part as a poll worker, poll watcher, walked a precinct to get out the vote or just cast your ballot come and celebrate with fellow Democrats as we watch the election returns. There will be 4 parties throughout the county.…

Would Reagan have been kicked to the curb today?

Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee gets no love from the Flash Report.  Jon Fleischman has a brief post about this with a link to site about the sins against conservatives committed by “Tax Hike Mike.” Yet, based on the same standards Huckabee is being held to by conservatives, how would Ronald Reagan have fared? Reagan…

I Voted for Edwards. I’m Endorsing Obama.

When Senator John Edwards suspended his campaign last week I had my ballot ready to go, with Edwards marked as my choice for President. Having been a delegate for Senator Edwards to the 2004 Democratic National Convention, to say the least I was disappointed by the Senator’s decision. I sent it in anyway and have…

Red County For Romney

The LA Times reported a series of endorsements for each candidate; under the Romney file, Matthew Cunnigham , editor of the RedCounty.com blog. This is extraordinary for two reasons: 1. Red County doesn’t have an endorsement on their own pages and 2. A blogger’s endorsement somehow means something.