• September 26, 2022
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Search Result for "ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT"

Irvine Company and Fivepoint Seek Approval For More Homes Tonight

Irvine Company Seeking 520 Additional Homes Near Asphalt Plant Tonight, the Planning Commission will decide the fate of the Irvine Company’s request to build luxury homes in a gated community near the All American Asphalt plant. To recap, on October 21st, the Planning Commission voted 3-2 to postpone the decision. That decision will be made […]

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Opinion: What Don’t You Know About Your Home?

The Importance of Purchase And Rental Agreement Disclosures The purpose of property disclosures is to outline any flaws or conditions, including city and homeowners association (HOA) land use restrictions, that the home sellers are aware of that could negatively affect the homebuyer’s decision to purchase or rent the property. Thus it is important that they […]

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Upcoming Council Meeting Agenda Highlights

SCAQMD Presentation on the All American Asphalt Plant (Agenda item 1.1-1.3) Since 2018, more than 800 Irvine residents have filed formal complaints with the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) reporting noxious odors, sore throats, breathing problems and have expressed concerns over potential exposure to high levels of potentially dangerous Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s). […]

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Editorial: Discussion On Voter Representation Must Include The Voters

The City of Irvine should agendize a public discussion to consider district elections for future city council seats as soon as possible. The residents deserve a public hearing on this critical issue. The District Election demand initiated by (voting rights attorney) Kevin Shenkman has thrust the issue of voter representation to the forefront here in Irvine. While […]

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Irvine Watchdog Featured on KUCI’s Ask A Leader with Claudia Shambaugh

On April 6th and 13th, 2021, Claudia Shambaugh, host of KUCI 88.9FM’s Ask A Leader podcast, aired a two-part series with Branda Lin, co-founder of Irvine Watchdog. KUCI is a volunteer, non-profit radio station broadcasting free from the University of California Irvine. Part 1 discusses the formation of Irvine Watchdog, the organization, and following campaign […]

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Acronyms Guide for Irvine Government 

While acronyms are used for convenience for people familiar already with the terms, they can also take on the form of their own language and constitute a barrier to understanding to those unfamiliar with the terms. To remove this barrier, Irvine Watchdog has created this guide so you can look up acronyms. This guide is […]

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Opinion: We Need Leadership, Not a Blame Game

As she tries to lay blame on others and shirks the duties and responsibilities of the mayorship and city council, Mayor Farrah Khan continues to deny Irvine residents the right to a fair, open, and transparent discussion regarding the All American Asphalt (AAA) plant and its adverse impact on the community. Instead of taking the […]

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Opinion: The Good, Bad, and Ugly from the Jan 26th City Council Meeting

It seems our City Council is a 4-1 majority with Councilmember Larry Agran alone in bold advocacy for public health, local COVID-19 relief efforts, and moving forw ard with plans for the Veterans Cemetery. Here’s the good, the bad, and the ugly from last Tuesday’s City Council meeting. The Good – Diversity, Equity & Inclusion […]

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Opinion: Tammy Kim Kills Opportunity to Expand City Council Despite Campaign Promise Irvine City Councilmember Tammy Kim once campaigned on expanding the size of City Council. Kim’s campaign platform highlighted efforts to support Veterans in Irvine, stop All American Asphalt pollution, and passionate pleas to expand the size of Council. She has failed at delivering […]

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