On Tuesday Supervisor John Moorlach tried to convince his colleagues to approve placement of a Charter Amendment to extend to three the number of terms a County Supervisor could hold in a lifetime. On a three to two vote, his colleagues said no.
Well, 2011 is just about behind us and a presidential election year is just ahead – time flies. Let’s look back at some of the 2011 stories we covered here in no particular order. We can debate which one is…
by Editorial Staff • • 18 Comments
Happy Halloween everyone and if you’re to the left of center, Halloween is 365/24/7 in the OC when it comes to certain politicians. Here’s our list the scariest ones. 10. Don Wagner — Mr. Wagner, the state assemblyman from…
by Dan Chmielewski • • 1 Comment
We received the announcement below from the Association of OC Deputy Sheriff’s who prevailed multiple times in a legal dispute with the County of Orange led by Supervisor John Moorlach. For taxpayers, Moorlach’s efforts are cost you $1.3 million on…
by Chris Prevatt • • 4 Comments
“John Moorlach and Mario Mainero owe the taxpayers of Orange County a formal apology. They have spent over $2.5 million in public funds on a political vendetta that their own attorneys told them right from the beginning they could not win.” – Wayne Quint, President AOCDS
by Editorial Staff • • 1 Comment
It’s over! The ill advised and costly lawsuit initiated by the County of Orange against the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriff’s to reverse retroactive pension benefit increases had been appealed to the California Supreme Court. That request for review was denied.
by Chris Prevatt • • 2 Comments
When faced with the opportunity to dump his defined-benefit pension plan Mr. Moorlach is more Chicken Little than Pension Reform Advocate. To date, he won’t say what he doing. His opportunity to opt-out of the plan expires one month after taking his oath of office