The Voice of OC investigation into the email and document purge scandal in Anaheim has hit the radar of local TV news and the LATimes. NBC News LA covered the story Thursday night in a lengthy segment and LATimes reporter Jeff Gottlieb has a story in this morning’s edition.
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Chris and I were talking about this topic earlier this week. And having met several people at Senator Corerra’s holiday open house, the subject came up again. Is TheLiberalOC a political news blog or are we an opinion blog,…
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I don’t know what part of the story is more disturbing, the fact that the Orange County Board of Supervisors gave managers a 2.5% raise, or that they did it behind closed doors so that no one could see what they were doing.
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Earlier this year Councilwoman Kris Murray voted on a contractor’s report from the Willdan Group, her employer, FPPC regulations make it illegal for an elected official to vote on matters which have a financial impact on their personal interests. The law is crystal clear on the matter, you cannot vote on anything that involves your employer.
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Voice of OC’s Norberto Santana, Jr. reports today on a proposal from the John Wayne Airport staff to cut services for Airport Fire and Rescue to what Orange County Professional Firefighters President Joe Kerr says are the lowest level allowable under…
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Adam Elmahrek reporting for Voice of OC revealed last Friday that there is some hope that Labor agreements with the Service Employees and Police unions will help fill the $30 million budget hole that former City Manager Dave Ream drove the City of Santa Ana into earlier this year.
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Note to Orange County City Managers: When Adam Elmahrek, investigative reporter from Voice of Orange County, comes knocking on your door your house better be in order. Last night, Anaheim City Manager Thomas Wood announced that he would be resigning effective December 8th.