• October 31, 2020
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Articles

NO on D = NO U DON’T 

NO on D = NO U DON’T to developers. Don’t mess with the City Charter. These fliers come from a PAC which doesn’t want Irvine’s citizens to monitor local government integrity – the founding principles that have made Irvine great.  Isn’t that why we all want to live here?  No on D ensures Irvine will operate as intended. The truth is Irvine’s fiscal integrity is very much intact but our Master […]

Measure D: What is meant by Fiscal Benefit?

If measure D is passed, petitions cannot block projects providing a 15% fiscal benefit to the city. But what does 15% fiscal benefit mean? Looking at the measure itself, the definition closest to what people would consider a fiscal benefit is the following: “a project that when added to the City’s existing fiscal impact model […]

Why “YES” on Measure D is bad for residents

The development approval process is a protracted series of checks and balances and the major stakeholders are the landowners and the residents.  But, the  “yes” on D proponents – led by Mayor Wagner -want the development approval process to dead end with the City Council and box-out local residents. 

Mayor can’t run a meeting, how can he run a city?

https://youtu.be/325278KNCgM

Councilman Lalloway on transparency to the public

https://youtu.be/Cqalpn8XOyw

Watch Irvine City Attorney dodge questions about his work

The city attorney wrote an “impartial” analysis of the Mayor’s ballot measure. But somehow he can’t answer any questions about it.

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