While the priorities and antics of the current majority on the Anaheim City Council have been both entertaining and disturbing, the latest bit of budget news has us asking WTF? Someone on the Council directed staff to resurrect a $6.4 million budget allocation for the renovation of the Anaheim Tennis Center and Wagner House, a city-owned property that is not free to the public.
by Editorial Staff • • 58 Comments
We are baffled at the decision Tuesday night of the Anaheim City Council to reject district level elections for council members as proposed by the citizen’s advisory committee. The 4-1 vote was led by Kris Murray, who had initially proposed the committee process last year as a solution in response to a voting rights lawsuit challenging the city’s current at-large council elections process.
by Editorial Staff • • 3 Comments
Even for people as cynical as we are, it’s possible for us to be amazed at the ability of elected officials to tell lies while stating facts. Anaheim Councilwoman Kris Murray provides us with an excellent demonstration of this skill.
by Editorial Staff • • 2 Comments
Last night the Democratic Party of Orange County (DPOC) passed a resolution endorsing an eight-district plan for the Anaheim City Council. The resolution was the product of the work of the local Democratic Party’s Resolution Committee which was adopted by the Executive Board two weeks ago and sent to the Party Central Committee for consideration Tuesday evening.
by Chris Prevatt • • 1 Comment
The Orange County Congregation Community Organization (OCCCO) in collaboration with Anaheim residents, local groups and congregations will host a Candidates Forum on Monday, October 22.
by Dan Chmielewski • • 4 Comments
Hot off the press. But a note to candidates…releasing news after 5PM on a Friday is usually a kiss of death that no one will pick it up. Bad form from Brandman’s consultants on this. For Immediate Release: October 19,…
by Joe Hill • • 5 Comments
Anaheim, is the largest city in Orange County, and the city council controls the largest budget of any OC city. There are two of five city council seats up for election this year, and not incumbents seeking reelection. You would think, that there would be numerous public debates where the candidates could face off and tell the voters what they would do