The story, Santa Ana mayor would receive $500,000 ‘finders fee’ if sale of state buildings goes forward, was posted on Monday afternoon in the LA Times describes the revelations from a deposition by State Treasurer Bill Lockyer related to a lawsuit to stop the pending sale of State buildings. During questioning, Lockyer said he had received a phone call from an Orange County attorney who is a friend of his and Pulidoâ€™s.
The clean/green technology sector is a rising star in Orange County economic engine with new companies expanding here that are creating good high paying jobs.Â This story in this morning’s Los Angeles Times details why. From the story: “The fastest-growing segment of the county’s economy is now the clean-tech market, according to government and industry…
I would like to take this time to congratulate Mayor Miguel Pulido on his outstanding victory. Despite being exposed as a politician ripping off taxpayers, selling your vote to the highest bidder, taking every taxpayer funded perk on the planet and running a huge pay to play scheme by funneling money through a Democratic Party PAC, voters still gave you a mandate to rule the city. As a Santa Ana voter and taxpayer I have some recommendations for your 9th term as Mayor.
Re-elect Loretta Sanchez, Re-elect Lou Correa, Elect Alfredo Amezcua!
So time to conclude some of my elections picks for this year. I will begin with a some other races and go into Santa Ana, which has been quite contentious this go round, with our esteemed blog being right in the middle of the action.
Â It’s Halloween, so for our annual Trick or Treat, we present our picks for the scariest bloggers in the OC blogsphere with tongue firmly planted in cheek.Â Let us know if there’s anyone we missed. Bloggers 10.Â Claudio Gallegos, The LiberalOC — from disrupting the NUFF forum to insisting that if he saw Miguel…
At long last, the anti-immigrant mailers and letters of Miguel Pulido are revealed. A reading from the Letter of Miguel Pulido to Barbara Coe.