• November 29, 2021
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5-Point Asks for Increase in Great Park General Plan Intensity Caps

Developer requests 1,056 additive housing units. Bringing total entitlements to 10,556 units in the Great Park. From 7/19 Planning Commission agenda Staff report READ –   A request by the developer “Heritage Fields” (aka 5 Point) to build housing above and beyond our General Plan: “… the applicant submitted a letter dated April 10, 2018 … […]

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Blocked and Deleted by “Irvine Democrats” Facebook page

Over the weekend, I commented on a post on the “Irvine Democrats” Facebook page regarding tonight’s important city council meeting. I simply took an excerpt from a Watchdog article and provided a link (see below) to the actual article. Within a day, my post disappeared and the administrator changed the settings so comments were no […]

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More Residents Speak Out

Over three hours of testimony to Council like this Irvine resident above, who is asking the right questions. “Why do we have to bring this motion [Lalloway] forward again when the voters have already spoken?” “Mayor Don Wagner and Councilwoman Christina Shea – my donations that were thanking you all for your time, are not […]

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Wanted! Irvine Mayor!

  *YEAR    MAYOR 1988       AGRAN 1990       SHERIDAN 1992       WARD 1994       WARD 1996       SHEA 1998       SHEA  2000       AGRAN 2002       AGRAN 2004       KROM 2006       KROM  2008       KANG 2010       KANG 2012       CHOI […]

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Council Member Melissa Fox and Suppression of First Amendment

POWERFUL public comment by an Irvine Watchdog!

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Continued Disrespect for the Brown Act and Public Transparency

On July 10th, there was a hotly contested City Council meeting to discuss the much publicized motion by Councilman Lalloway regarding the use of the ARDA site for the veterans cemetery given the resounding defeat of Measure B by the vast majority of Irvine residents.  In another display of complete disrespect by our Council, Mayor […]

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7/10/18 Irvine City Council Meeting Notes

Announcements: Wagner announced that there will be no bullet proof glass wall. (Read more here) Approval of hiring John Russo as City Manager: Public comments:  complained about ethics lawsuits against Riverside that are related to John Russo’s contract as Riverside City manager and related to his firing as Riverside City Manager.  Public comments requested putting […]

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City Manager Hiring Transparency

The position of City Manager cannot and should not be taken lightly.  It is a position of vital importance in any city.  While this is an appointed position, would it be appropriate to hold a public debate style interview of the final candidates to alleviate any concerns with the potential choice?  Would be a great […]

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Where is all the Money Going?

Even City Staff – Finance Commission – wants to know!!

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A Possible Explanation of Melissa Fox’s Interpretation of the Vote on B

“In other words, I see the rejection of Measure B as a vote against more development and traffic congestion, and not a vote in favor of spending $40 – $80 million dollars on a veterans cemetery rather than building other popular features of the Great Park. In a survey of Irvine voters I conducted from […]

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