Tag Archive for Orange County Register

Sheriff’s Regional Training Facility Opens

In other September 11th news the new Sheriff’s Regional Training Facility celebrated it’s grand opening yesterday. But not without a bit of controversy. For 37 years, Rancho Santiago Community College District and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) have maintained a partnership that creates and delivers cutting-edge training to local law enforcement recruits. Their jointly-operated…

Street: Be careful what you wish for

On August 23, 2007 OC Treasurer-Tax Collector Chriss Street hald a press confrernce where he presented to the assembled media representatives a 3″ binder of documents for their review. At the time Street said; “We’d like to have the facts stand for themselves.” Well, Ronald Campbell and Peggy Lowe of the Orange County Register did…

Sundstrom on Street

In an Orange County Register Op/Ed on Sunday, Orange County Auditor-Controller David Sundstrom weighed in on the matter of Chriss Street’s investment Authority. The Case For Keeping Chriss Street I have a great deal of respect for David Sundstrom. In his commentary he made some valid observations about the oversight of the Treasurer’s office that has…

Why is Diane Harkey Hiding from the Public?

Apparently while I was on my way to lovely Santa Barbara to see my man Barack Obama on Friday, Diane Harkey’s political machine imploded yet again. Word got out that Harkey arranged for a closed session city council gathering last Tuesday, just before the public meeting was supposed to begin. And what exactly happened in…

Morning TV News Returns to Orange County

DayBreakOC, Orange County’s first weekday morning newscast to debut Monday, September 10th.  KDOC-TV and the Orange County Register formed a partnership to create Daybreak OC, Orange County’s first weekday morning newscast. KDOC will deliver timely and informative Orange County news and traffic reports on broadcast television; and through the Internet to viewers of KDOC-TV; and to…

“Et tu, Moorlach?”

Supervisor John Moorlach will formally ask that his colleagues remove the investment powers of his hand selected successor Chriss Street. “This ordinance is not an expression of concern over the state of investments, but is precautionary in order to prevent the Treasurer-Tax Collector’s personal distractions from hampering the effective performance of the investment duties of the…