Unfortunately Chris Prevatt was unable to make it to the Santa Ana City Council meeting to give Claudia Alvarez a hard time. Fortunately I was able to step in and do one of my favorite pasttime activities, piss off Claudia Alvarez. It seems to have worked. To understand the events leading up to this, at the last Council meeting, Claudia Alvarez censored several speakers who tried to say her name claiming that interrupted the “decorum” of the meeting, but allowed two former Councilmembers to mention specific current Councilmembers by name. She clearly abused her power as acting Mayor and Chris Prevatt rightfully pointed it out on several posts here on The Liberal OC.
It is my hope to be at tonight’s meeting to comment on the failures of the Council to follow the intent of the Brown Act in their conduct of the public comment portion of their meetings. I hope to see you there. Feel free to EXPRESS YOURSELF to your elected officials. Just remember to be respectful, not use profanity, and they are going to have to at a minimum hear you out.
Well it too long enough, but it looks like the SAUSD board has taken their head out of the sand, for now. According to an OC Register article last week, the SAUSD has agreed to seek money from Obama’s stimulus, which includes grants of up to $2 Million in order to fix the six schools that have been deemed as failing by the state. Of course the money comes with strings attached that mandate the school district do one of the following:
It is shameful that instead of using their brains to come up with ideas to fix the city, they are using them to tear down a man who truly wants to fix the city. Shameful indeed. Here are some pictures which were e-mailed to me from a witness who happened to come across the protest as well.
Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido hosted first first fundrasier of the 2010 election year at First American Title last week and it was a huge success. More than 100 people showed up and the Mayor raisedÂ nearly $100K.Â Every member ofÂ the current Santa Ana city council members were in attendance, along with Assemblyman Jose Solorio, who…
CleanTech OC, a new trade association created to support more than 200 clean technology companies in Orange County, today announced the organization’s formation and leadership.Â CleanTech OC will seek to establish Orange County as a center of clean technology innovation, investment, research and development, environmental improvement, and job creation for tomorrow’s green economy.Â CleanTech OC, a new trade association created to support more than 200 clean technology companies in Orange County, today announced the organization’s formation and leadership.Â CleanTech OC will seek to establish Orange County as a center of clean technology innovation, investment, research and development, environmental improvement, and job creation for tomorrow’s green economy.
Another blog is reporting a rumor that attorney and businessman Al Amezcua, who recently announced his candidacy to unseat Miguel Pulido as mayor of Santa Ana, has engaged the services of political consultant Parke Skelton. If the rumor turns out to be true, this is indeed good news for Amezcua, his supporters and Santa Ana.…