• November 30, 2021
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Senator Dave Min’s Letter to Irvine City Council Re: All American Asphalt

Click to read Senator Dave Min’s letter to Irvine City Council re: All American Asphalt in PDF format

Opinion: To Protect Irvine Children, City Council Must Bring 100% Clean Energy to Irvine

Irvine has always beckoned parents and children with the promise of a thriving future through its schools and other amenities, and prides itself on being the safest city in the United States. However, four of the Irvine city council members have not used the most powerful tool they have to protect young people from the […]

FivePoint’s Great Park Home-Building Entitlements: The Doubling of the FivePoint’s Great Park Homebuilding Number

In the previous post in this series on Great Park development and entitlement numbers, I wrote about a 2011 Irvine city council vote that change the direction of  development at the Great Park. In this article, we will see how FivePoint’s homebuilding entitlement numbers for the Great Park approximately doubled. The November 2012 election brought […]

OC Power Authority to Make Major Production Decisions and Set Agenda Rules at Special Board Meeting

Orange County Power Authority (OCPA) Special Meeting Just Announced for Tomorrow, November 23, 2021 On tomorrow’s special meeting agenda, the OCPA Board will discuss power supply options (Item 2) and will look to adopting a proposed agenda-setting policy that requires two board members to jointly submit agenda items at least 10 days in advance, or […]

OC Power Authority: Women for American Values and Ethics Call for Investigation

To read a pdf version of the letter click here.   For background on alleged workplace harassment and suspicious public commenters and a robocaller, please read: Bully In The OC Power Authority Boardroom? – Irvine Watchdog Opinion: OCPA’s Scripted Public Comments and Robocaller. Who’s Behind It All? – Irvine Watchdog

Opinion: OCPA’s Scripted Public Comments and Robocaller. Who’s Behind It All?

Since its inception, the Orange County Power Authority has been riddled with transparency issues. Brown Act violations, public records requests being ignored, refusing to make all meeting videos public, questions about appointment of troubled CEO Brian Probolsky, and most recently, possible workplace harrassment by Probolsky. Concurrently, the members of the public have been under attack by suspicious […]

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