Tag Archive for Tustin

Rally to Restore Civility to Tustin City Hall Set for Nov. 16

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVkMoA8kVSY&feature=youtu.be[/youtube] Toll road Jerry Amante in Tustin muts be taking notes from Santa Ana Mayor Pro Tem Claudia Alvarez.  Amante berated a citizen for bringing a campaign mailer featuring comments from outgoing Council member Doug Davert that a citizen found offensive.  And Amante, who is supposed to sit back and listen to what the public…

The Old Boys Network at Work in Tustin

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cKi7MRCrJc[/youtube] Is it that hard for elected officials officials to be respectful?  Carly Fiorina has an entire ad dedicated to an exchange between Senator Barbara Boxer and Brig. Gen. Michael Walsh, with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, during testimony on the Louisiana coastal restoration process in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. He began to answer one…

Sherri Loveland to run for Tustin City Council

Long time Tustin community activist Sherri Loveland has filed to fill one of the vacant seats on the Tustin City Council.   We met her last week at a fundraiser for Santa Ana Council member David Benavides and she’s smart, she’s committed, and she’s charming — basically everything the anti-Jerry Amante and she’s just what Tustin…

A Retraction and Apology to Tustin’s William Huston

Due to information provided by a source, TheLiberalOC needs to retract an element of reporting from this post written shortly after the primary election.  The documentation we were shown indicated that AD-70 candidate Jery Amante had received a donation from Tustin City Manager William Huston, that we reported was in violation of of the code of…

Out of Touch Council Majority in Tustin Ignores Residents

With all the news coming out of CUSD, we would be remiss in not addressing what is turning into a major issue in Tustin. Efforts by Lennar to turn unfinished condos into rental properties over the objections of hundreds of residents of Columbus Square. Last week, more than 200 residents packed the city council meeting…

Helping Haiti; Not a Right vs. Left Issue

This past Thursday’s edition of the Irvine World News was soaking wet when I opened it up from last week’s rain. And after reading Adam Probolsky’s colume about Rep. John Campbell trying to save some pocket change by going the signature route for candidacy for re-election (and conveniently omitting the fact that Campbell left out…