Tag Archive for Santa Ana

Sanchez comes through with $13 million in federal funds

HT to Martin Wisckol over at Total Buzz. Anaheim and Santa Ana, which jointly administer the county’s Urban Areas Security Initiative, will get $12.8 million in homeland security funds to develop and implement anti-terrorism strategies, Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Garden Grove, announced today. Read the rest here.

To Do Tonight 6-4-09

SAVE OUR BUS SERVICE RALLY To call attention to our huge bus service cuts. Thursday, June 4, 6 pm Former Bus Terminal Plaza, triangular corner of 5th St., Santa Ana Blvd., & Ross DRINKING LIBERALLY - Santa Ana The weekly gathering of liberals in Santa Ana. Join the conversations and have some fun. Thursday, June 4, 8:30…

Santa Ana Bicycle Parking Zoning Update

On Monday, on a 7-0 vote the Santa Ana City Council approved a revision to local business zoning regulations that requires the addition of proportional bicycle parking when accomodations for vehicle parking are required. There have been questions raised about whether the recently passed zoning code amendment requiring bicycle parking in new developments and some…

Tea Party History Lesson

Published on Wednesday, April 15, 2009 by CommonDreams.org The Real Boston Tea Party was an Anti-Corporate Revolt by Thom Hartmann CNBC Correspondent Rick Santelli called for a “Chicago Tea Party” on Feb 19th in protesting President Obama’s plan to help homeowners in trouble. Santelli’s call was answered by the right-wing group FreedomWorks, which funds campaigns…

BREAKING: Obama in Santa Ana on Wednesday 3/18

In today’s White House Press briefing, Press Secretary Robert Gibbs announced that President Obama will be in Santa Ana on Wednesday, March 18th, prior to attending a meeting in Los Angeles. We are trying to gather more detail and will post it as soon as we have it. UPDATE: (4.15 PM): From today’s White House…

Repeal Prop H8? It’s More Possible Than You Think.

Right now, I have no clue how the California Supreme Court will rule on the Prop H8 lawsuits. Maybe we’ll win, maybe we’ll lose. However, I’m really starting to think we have a better chance of winning at the ballot box than I did just days ago. Here, take a look at the new Field…