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OCPA Plans 5.5% Rate Increase

News of a potential change in leadership at the Irvine-led OC Power Authority (OCPA) this week comes as OCPA has also disclosed a 5.5% rate increase that will take effect in July 2023 due to requirements in its credit agreement.  Activists warned about the risk of future rate increases due to terms in its credit […]

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Notable City Council and Great Park Board Agenda Items for June 28, 2022

City Council Special Meeting – 2:00 PM Agenda Item 1.1 – Status Update re: Orange County Power Authority Great Park Board Regular Meeting – 3:00 PM Agenda Item 1.2 – Project Development Progress Report City Council Regular Meeting – 4:00 PM Agenda Item 1.1 – Irvine 2045 – General Plan Update The Phase 2 scope of work […]

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OC Power Authority Special Meeting – Thursday, June 2, 2022

The Orange County Power Authority will hold a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors on Thursday, June 2, 2022 at 1:45PM. There is one business item listed on the agenda and members of the public will be provided an opportunity to provide public comment regarding the following closed session item: A.  Conference with Legal […]

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City Council Meeting Agenda Highlights

Highlights from the upcoming City Council Agenda:  Public comments will be heard at the beginning of the meeting. Members of the public are allowed 3 minutes per agenda item and 3 minutes for non-agenda items. CONSENT CALENDAR         All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered by the City Manager to be routine and will be […]

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Upcoming City Council Meeting Agenda

Highlights from the upcoming City Council agenda: CONSENT CALENDAR        All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered by the City Manager to be routine and will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless a member of the City Council or the public request specific items to be […]

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Upcoming Council Meeting Agenda – March 8, 2022

Highlights from the City Council Agenda. Item 4.1 – Consideration Of A Request By Vice Mayor Kuo And Councilmember Carroll To Adopt A Resolution Expressing Support For The “Brand-Huang-Mendoza Tripartisan Land Use Initiative” The staff Memo reads, “The “Brand-Huang-Mendoza Tripartisan Land Use Initiative” seeks to limit the State’s continuing efforts to constrain local government land […]

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Upcoming Council Meeting Agenda – February 8, 2022

Highlights from the upcoming City Council agenda­­­: Item 3.1 – Orange County Power Authority (OCPA) Default Power Profile Selection – Identify And Select A Default Electrical Power Profile For Irvine’s Commercial And Residential Customers On December 14, 2021, the City Council agreed that in the future all City municipal energy accounts will be enrolled in the […]

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Who Approved the New Great Park Logo? Kevin Corrigan Addresses Great Park Board

Great Park Board Meeting Public Comment Spotlight: Kevin Corrigan Irvine resident Kevin Corrigan addressed the Great Park Board regarding the new logo that has appeared on the Great Park Ice facility without a public hearing and without receiving City Council or Great Park Board approval. So how did it get there? Where were the re-designs […]

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Irvine Community Land Trust Removes Vice-Chair Michael Stockstill

At the September 20, 2021, meeting of the Irvine Community Land Trust (ICLT), the Board voted to oust its Vice-president / Vice-Chair, Michael Stockstill. Mike Stockstill was first elected to the Board on June 17, 2019, and served on the Communications and Legislative subcommittee’s. Stockstill was then elected Vice-President / Vice-Chair on March 16, 2020, where […]

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Dirty Politics: Another Anonymous Political Mailer Sent to Irvine Residents

Irvine residents have again reported receiving anonymous political mail attacking Councilman Larry Agran. The postcard shown above is the second mailer sent anonymously in recent weeks. As previously reported by the Irvine Watchdog, an earlier mailer was received by a number of residents in September. The prior mailer promoted what it called the “Irvine Four”, […]

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