Author Archives: Harry Sidhu

Mayor Harry Sidhu: Thank You To The Heroes Of Anaheim

There are many heroes in this crisis who deserve our praise. I have mentioned some of them before. Very special thanks must be given to our medical workers in hospitals who are caring for the sick at great personal risk to their own health. Thank you to our City’s first responders, Anaheim Fire & Rescue personnel and Police Officers, who also continue to provide ...

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Sen. Moorlach Commends Gavin Newsom Focus On Homelessness

From the office of Senator John M.W. Moorlach: Sen. John M.W. Moorlach Commends Gov. Newsom for Stressing Homeless Solutions in State of the State SACRAMENTO – State Sen. John M.W. Moorlach, R-Costa Mesa, issued the following statement today after Gov. Gavin Newsom delivered his 2020 State of the State address to a joint session of the California Legislature: “I want ...

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Mayor Sidhu: Some Much Needed Clarity On The Angel Stadium Deal

[Editor’s note: originally published in the OC Register on January 8, 2020.] Anaheim and all of Orange County can be proud of the proposal for baseball in our city. It would keep the Angels here for decades, sell the stadium site at market value, relieve taxpayers of costs and bring money and community benefits for Anaheim neighborhoods. The years of ...

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Mayor Sidhu: Fast-Track West Anaheim Revitalization Project

I am excited to announce long-awaited economic development plans for West Anaheim! The time has come to move development forward. At our June 18 City Council meeting, I will direct staff to agendize the necessary approvals to move forward in order to have plans before the Council by our July 30 meeting. When I campaigned for Mayor, too many West ...

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Mayor Harry Sidhu: A New Day For Baseball In Anaheim

It is a new day in Anaheim, Orange County’s baseball city. We are in the early stages of working with the Angels on the team’s future in Anaheim. In doing so, we want to build on the benefits baseball brings for our residents and extend a legacy that has helped make Anaheim the most exciting city in Orange County. In ...

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Canyon Fire 2 Brought Out Best in Our Citizens and Our Firefighters

  Several short days ago, east Anaheim residents were suddenly faced with the fiery fury of a savage brushfire. Fueled by 60-70 mile per hour winds, it forced thousands of Anaheim, Orange and Tustin residents to evacuate their homes with little or no notice. The Anaheim Fire Department and other local firefighters reacted quickly, professionally and bravely battled the fast-moving ...

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