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.
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AD-69 canddiate and current OC Clerk Recorder Tom Daly snags a significant endorsement from the Anaheim Neighborhood Association. What makes this endorsement a big deal is this group is very good at getting to the polls and the get out…
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The Support Our Anaheim Resort District Political Action Committee (S.O.A.R PAC) has announced its endorsement of Tom Daly for the 69th Assembly District. During his tenure as Anaheim Mayor, from 1992-2002, Daly was a lead advocate for the creation of the Anaheim Resort District. To date, he remains a strong supporter and continues to recognize the value of the Anaheim Resort District.
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Last night the Anaheim City Council chamber was packed with opponents and supporters of the $158 million Bed-Tax giveaway to see if the Council would place the deal on the ballot for voters to accept or reject. City Attorney Christina Talley advised the Council that such a referendum could be legally challenged, if it specifically sought to overturn the agreement that had been executed.
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Mayor Pro Tem Lori Galloway has, along with Mayor Tom Tait, placed the matter of allowing a public vote to consider overturning the decision of the Council to give $158 million to spur hotel development in the Garden Walk project area on tonight’s meeting agenda.
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A recent poll for AD-69 was leaked around mid week and while it represents the first such polling in the hotly contested AD-69 race, we’re skeptical of the results. The poll from David Binder Research shows a dead heat between…
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Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development (OCCORD) and four Anaheim community leaders announced today that they have filed a lawsuit against the City of Anaheim to stop the $158 million bed-tax subsidy for luxury hotel developers in the Anaheim resort.