This Thursday (today), the Anaheim Citizens Advisory Committee on Elections will decide upon several key recommendations to the council, including how many council seats are necessary for a city the size of Anaheim and whether or not to adopt council districts.
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Tonight is the first meeting of the Santa Ana City Council to scheduled to begin at the new time of 5:45 p.m. Once the Council wades through the nine agendized recognition’s and proclamations they will eventually get to discussion of two items which should dominate public comment for the evening.
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Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development (OCCORD) and four Anaheim community leaders announced today that they have filed a lawsuit against the City of Anaheim to stop the $158 million bed-tax subsidy for luxury hotel developers in the Anaheim resort.
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“The bias we observed goes beyond the actions of any single city, elected leader, or political party. It’s about who decides what happens to our communities: Out-of-town developers or the people who live and work there,” said Nothoff. “The solution is to give communities a real voice in the planning process.”