• February 20, 2019
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Who’s behind “Yes on C” and “Yes on D”?

Who’s behind the Yes on C and Yes on D? Do you know? Try looking through the contribution report for who is funding measures C and D. We found this on the Irvine City Clerk site. (How to get public documents for Irvine campaign finance) Building Industry of Southern California on Figueroa Street in LA is […]

Development Projects that Concern Irvine Residents

1)    Parkview Center – Planning Commission Approved University and Michelson already at an extremely poor level of service and yet we are expected to absorb MORE traffic! – Only and “access study” was done not a full traffic analysis 24 hour convenience store with alcohol NO TRAFFIC REPORT available to the public ahead of the meeting […]

I ain’t “D” problem. Voters ain’t “D” problem

My thoughts on asking the voters to pass “D”. Whaaa? Petitions are the problem? Trying to put something on the ballot so voters can decide is a problem? Oh wait. That can’t be right, because that’s what D is asking for. So I guess the problem is how something gets onto a ballot. Oh wait. […]

I just don’t “C” it.

I know all the oxygen in the room is being used up by “B” the cemetery issue. But there are 2 other insidious measures that need some attention. “C” is almost boring if it were not for the attention grabbing and popular “makes it harder to raise YOUR taxes” headline. It will make it harder […]

Vote NO on Measure D!!!

This June, no proposition is more important to the civil liberties of Irvine residents than Measure D.  In a basic assault on our citizens’ rights, our Mayor and the OC Taxpayers Association (supported by the Irvine Company and Five Point) have put the developers’ interest above that of Irvine residents.  The title says it all […]

Does city council need bullet proof glass?

City council approves $4 MILLION of Council Chamber upgrades including a dais encased in bullet proof glass.  They only care about their safety, not the residents sitting in the chamber.  Maybe consider a metal detector? 1) Approve a budget adjustment in the amount of $3,852,000 from the Public, Educational and Government Access (PEG) fund balance […]