Tag Archive for Santa Ana City Council

Ware Update: Lawyer Has Ties To Santa Ana Chamber

Judy Ware’s attorney Patrick Munoz serves as a director for the Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce and according to a source inside the Chamber itself, Munoz was introduced to the other directors as “the Chamber’s legal council”.  As most of you are aware, Munoz recently referred to the Logan Neighborhood as “crummy little houses” and the…

Ware Update: Dana Point City Council Meeting

Last night myself, Thomas Gordon, James Spady, Pam Andrade, Joe Andrade, Sam Romero and folks from Chicanos Unidos drove down to Dana Point to address the Mayor and City Council and demand that City Attorney Patrick Munoz apologize for calling the Logan Neighborhood “crummy little homes” and for his obscene gesture and profane language directed at…

Ware Update: Road Trip To Dana Point Tonight

In the ongoing struggle against Ware Disposal and their destruction of the Logan Neighborhood myself and others are taking a road trip to Dana Point tonight to address the Dana Point City Council and their City Attorney Patrick “The Finger” Munoz.  Besides serving as Dana Point’s City Attorney, Mr. Munoz is a partner with the law firm of…

Ware Update: Who ya gonna call?

At Monday’s Planning Commission meeting I discussed Ware Disposal’s frequent powerwashing of its garbage trucks at their facility in the Logan Neighborhood.  I expressed the frustration felt by those in the neighborhood and their not knowing who to contact if and when they believe Ware may be violating laws and environmental regulations.  Assistant City Attorney…

***Ware Update***

The folks at Ware Disposal did not bother to take the weekend off from likely violating local, state and federal standards.  On early Saturday afternoon they were observed by folks in the Logan Neighborhood powerwashing their trash trucks and allowing the water to runoff into the streets, gutters and storm drains.  The combination of waste and…

No on D’oh!!!

Well it looks like the revolution in Santa Ana is on hold.  Voters approved Measure D with just under 54% of the vote extending city council terms from 8 to 12 years.  Measure D’s and Mayor Miguel Pulido’s demise were greatly exaggerated by many in the “No on D” camp, but once again Pulido proved…