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KimOanh Nguyen-Lam Resigns From Garden Grove School Board

Dr. KimOanh Nguyen-Lam

GARDEN GROVE — Garden Grove Unified School District Trustee Dr. KimOanh Nguyen-Lam announced at the last nights meeting of the board that she will be resigning from the Board of Trustees on June 1, 2011. Dr. Nguyen-Lam is taking a job in Washington, D.C. as a director in the International and Foreign Languages Office at the…

Californians Aware serves Demand for Correction on GGUSD for failure to follow Brown Act

GARDEN GROVE — On Monday, February 1, 2010 Richard McKee of Californians Aware sent the Garden Grove Unified School District (GGUSD) a “Demand for Correction” letter citing repeated and continued violation of California’s open meetings laws. Californians Aware is a nonprofit organization established to help journalists and others keep Californians aware of what they need to…

Hundreds turn out for Phu Nguyen’s Assembly Campaign fundraiser

On Friday January 29th more than 200 people turned out to support Phu Nguyen at his campaign fundraising dinner. Elected officials from across California were present to show their support for Phu Nguyen who is running for California State Assembly to represent the 68th district. The seat is currently held by Assemblyman Van Tran who hopes…

GGUSD and Brown Act Violations: A follow-up

And to think, none of this controversy would have occurred at all if Lan Nguyen had simply followed the Brown Act in the first place. Instead he had to go and try to be sneaky, jumping through hoops in an attempt to skirt the law. All of that, just to set up who would be nominated for the officer positions on the Board.

GGSD Trustee KimOanh Nguyen Lam walks from meeting over Lan Nguyen’s violation of Brown Act

In a dramatic move supporting government transparency and accountability, Dr. KimOanh Nguyen Lam, Trustee for the Garden Grove Unified School District, walked out of Tuesday evening’s board meeting over an alleged blatant violation of the Brown Act by her fellow board members. The Brown Act prohibits a quorum of elected officials from deciding on public matters without…