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Council To Consider Returning To Anaheim’s Traditional City Flag

At the request of Mayor Pro Tem Lucille Kring, the city council will consider ditching the re-designed city flag adopted a year ago and returning to the traditional city flag that had symbolized the city for more than half a century. During council comments at the close of the July 30 council meeting, Kring requested agendizing “removal of the new ...

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District 4 Update From Councilwoman Lucille Kring

From District 4 Councilwoman Lucille Kring: STC Management New Owners at Gardenwalk Last Tuesday April 30th, I was glad to take part in the press conference at Gardenwalk where STC Management formally announced their new ownership. John Hsu and his team presented their exciting new vision for the design of the project, including a variety of new tenants who will ...

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Ad Hoc Council Committee To Explore Revamping City Boards and Commissions

After a long and jumbled discussion of city boards and commissions primarily focused on the Youth Commission, the Anaheim City Council last week formed an ad hoc committee to address attendance problems that prevent some commissions from functioning. The ad hoc committee of Mayor Pro Tem Lucille Kring and Councilmembers Jose Moreno and Jordan Brandman will report back in 60 ...

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Anaheim Councilwoman Lucille Kring To Run for 4th Supervisor District

The ripple effects from Rep. Ed Royce’s decision to no seek re-election continue spreading. Royce’s retirement announcement spurred former Assemblywoman Young Kim to end her 4th District Supervisor campaign and run instead for Royce’s seat – with Royce’s support. Kim was a front-runner for that seat, so her departure left a vacuum. Yesterday, Anaheim Councilwoman Lucille Kring announced she jumping ...

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The Myth of the Anti-Disney, Anti-Resort Backlash

Media narratives can be powerful things, which is why politicians and interests seeking to influence public debate try to craft clever narratives.  It’s why the winners of elections always try to claim a “mandate,” whether they won by a landslide or squeaked out an electoral college win while losing the popular vote by millions. In Anaheim, it’s why the progressives ...

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Lucille Kring on SART Homeless Camp: “Commitment to Close This Illegal Encampment Even Stronger”

Anaheim Councilwoman Lucille Kring toured the illegal homeless encampment along the Santa Ana River Trail on August 31 and posted about her visit on Facebook. Among the camp inhabitants she met was this gentleman – an ex-felon who had been released from Missouri state prison and is now living in the lawless squatters camp that sprawls for six-plus miles along ...

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Kring Calls For Up-or-Down Vote On Sanctuary City Status

At last night’s Anaheim City Council meeting, veteran Councilmember Lucille Kring – who represents District 4 – called for an up-or-down vote on sanctuary city status for Anaheim at the next council meeting, scheduled for April 25. The question of Anaheim becoming a sanctuary city has been bubbling up since the 2016 council campaign. Kring, an opponent of sanctuary cities, ...

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On Mandates And Phony “People v. Special Interests” Narratives

The ballot counting is virtually done. Let’s take another look at the Anaheim city council results and consider what they mean. The most obvious consequence, of course, is that Mayor Tom Tait has, on his third try, secured an ostensible majority on the city council – due to narrow wins by two of his four candidates: Denise Barnes in District ...

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