At its next meting, the Santa Ana city council will vote on Item 29A which is the approval of legal fees to be paid to the law firm of Richards Watson and Gershon to defend the city’s position on Measure…
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Updated with complete list of Municipal Endorsements. On Monday the Democratic Party of Orange County decided on their Municipal endorsements for the 2012 General Election.
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Santa Ana Mayor Pro Tem Claudia Alvarez is now a candidate for the Rancho Santiago Community College District Board. In her candidate’s statement of qualifications, which is light on an actual record of achievement in education other than being an…
by Dan Chmielewski • • 9 Comments
There’s an old expression that if you want a friend in politics, buy a dog. And the current election cycle is pitting old friends against each other when it comes to support and endorsements. Case in point: Santa Ana Mayor…
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Tonight, the Santa Ana City Council is taking its show on the road. That in itself isn’t unusual if you count their monthly trot from City Hall to the west side of the Santa Ana Civic Center for their “Study Session” meeting. This meeting however will be an actual road show. It will be held at the Heritage Museum of Orange County; 3101 Harvard St., Santa Ana.
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On Wednesday evening the Santa Ana City Council voted 4-0 to place a Charter Amendment on the ballot to limit the term of Mayor to four two-year terms. The decision may usher in a new day, demonstrating a weakness in Mayor Miguel Pulido’s grip on power and control over the City.
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Yesterday was a good day for the voters of Santa Ana. Superior Court Judge Charles Margines ruled against Santa Ana Mayor Pro Tem/Councilwoman Claudia Alvarez and her front-man and Max Madrid in their attempt to subvert the will of the voters and allow her to seek two more terms on the Santa Ana City Council.