Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development (OCCORD) and four Anaheim community leaders announced today that they have filed a lawsuit against the City of Anaheim to stop the $158 million bed-tax subsidy for luxury hotel developers in the Anaheim resort.
Posts published in February 2012
Dozens of Anaheim residents gathered outside city hall Tuesday afternoon before the City Council meeting to protest the recent giveaway of $158 million in future…
On Tuesday Supervisor John Moorlach tried to convince his colleagues to approve placement of a Charter Amendment to extend to three the number of terms a County Supervisor could hold in a lifetime. On a three to two vote, his colleagues said no.
On Monday, the County of Orange Social Services Agency called employees working at the Agency facility located at 840 N. Eckhoff Street in Orange for an urgent meeting to discuss toxic waste tests at the location. It turns out, they've found significant levels of perchloroethylene, a known carcinogen, in the ground under the facility.
A rally calling for the City Council to let the people vote to stop the $158 million tax giveaway to wealthy corporate hotel developers will be held today, Tuesday February 28, 4:30 pm, at Anaheim City Hall.
On March 1st -3rd, the Latina Leadership Network will be holding its 25th Annual Conference & Fundraiser at the Renaissance hotel in Long Beach CA.
Friday, March 2nd Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis will be starting the day’s events with a speech at 9:20 A.M.
In recognition of Black History Month, the Center for Oral and Public History, CSUF, welcomed U.S. Rep. John R. Lewis to the Fullerton Arboretum. "Maybe our fore-mothers and fore-fathers all came to this land in different ships, but we're all in the same boat now;" said Lewis.