Anaheim City Council Approves Districting Map

A message from the City of Anaheim:
On Tuesday, February 9, the Anaheim City Council unanimously approved the districting map and election sequence for the November 8, 2016 election. This action adopts the Recommended Plan (Map 3), which defines the shape of Anaheim’s first City Council voting districts. The Council’s vote also set the election sequence […]

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William Denis Fitzgerald Vindicated By Jury – Orange Juice Blog

An article from the Orange Juice Blog:
First off, let me not insult or bore the reader or myself by spending more than one sentence distancing myself from William Denis Fitzgerald’s more obnoxious rhetoric. There, done.
What you’re NOT going to read anywhere but here, even though the local press and blogs went wild last December when […]

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Community Invited To Help Shape Anaheim’s Future

[ May 12, 2015; 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm. ] A message from the City of Anaheim:

Anaheim residents are encouraged to participate in community meetings and Shape Anaheim’s Future. Anaheim’s current At-Large electoral system will, for the first time, change to a By-District system made up of six districts. Participants will provide input and insight into where the City Council voting boundaries will […]

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Anaheim Approves New City Planning Director

A message from the City of Anaheim:
David Belmer will join the City of Anaheim as Planning Director, effective May 26, it was approved and announced at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. Belmer brings more than 25 years of experience in municipal government, including his most recent position of Assistant City Manager/Director of Economic Development and […]

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Anaheim State Of The City Luncheon Set For Tuesday, Feb. 3

[ February 3, 2015; 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. ] A message from the City of Anaheim:

The City of Anaheim will hold its 2015 State of the City address and luncheon on Tuesday, February 3, featuring Mayor Tom Tait. Members of the community are invited to join the Anaheim City Council, City staff and business leaders to hear about the City’s progress and new efforts […]

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New Law Required Action From California Employers

AB 1522 Requires California Employers to Update Paid Sick Leave Policies
On September 10, 2014, Governor Brown signed AB 1522 into law (the “Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014”). The new law requires many California employers to provide paid sick leave benefits to their employees.
Action Required for California Employers
Although the new law is not effective […]

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November 2014 Election Results Certified by OC Registrar of Voters

A message from the City of Anaheim:
Orange County Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley has certified the official results of the November General Election held on November 4, 2014, which included re-electing Mayor Tom Tait, re-electing Council Member Kris Murray, as well as electing Council Member Elect James Vanderbilt in the City of Anaheim.
Anaheim voters also […]

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Anaheim Announces Pilot Public Safety Board Members

A message from the City of Anaheim:
In February 2014, the City of Anaheim announced the formation of a pilot Public Safety Board, to be comprised of community members who will review items such as fire and police budgets, staffing levels, service delivery mechanisms, police and fire policies and practices, and certain critical incidents.
Today, Anaheim Interim […]

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Anaheim City Council Approves Water Use Restriction Measures

A message from the City of Anaheim:
The Anaheim City Council approved a resolution to implement four mandatory water conservation measures last night, in compliance with the State Water Resources Control Board’s emergency drought regulations. With a focus on outdoor water conservation, the following actions are now prohibited:
– Watering of outdoor landscapes or turf that cause […]

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Mayor Tom Tait To Join LA Mayor Eric Garcetti At Los Angeles River Clean Up

A message from the City of Anaheim:
This past May, Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti agreed to a friendly wager during the National Hockey League post-season when the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings squared off against each other during the NHL playoffs. The friendly wager? An exchange of community […]

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