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Fullerton Police Department says bodycam video to be released

The Fullerton Police Department issued a press release yesterday stating that it plans to release bodycam video showing the incident that ended with a 17-year-old girl being shot and killed by a Fullerton police officer on a freeway in Anaheim … Continue reading

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Fullerton City Hall is closed today for another three-day weekend

City Hall Closure Dates and Observed Holidays 2019 January –1*, 11, 25 February – 8, 18*, 22 March – 8, 22 April – 5, 19 May – 3, 17, 27*, 31 June – 14, 28 July – 4*, 12, 26 August … Continue reading

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Another legislative attack on transparency

By Jon Coupal and Jay Obernolte | Just two weeks ago, this column exposed the abject lack of transparency in the state budget process. But the way the Legislature enacts its spending plan is just one of many ways Sacramento … Continue reading

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Will ice cream help voters forget Josh Newman’s vote for the gas tax?

By Joel Fox | In reading about state senate candidate Josh Newman’s new attention-getting gimmick to hand out ice cream to potential voters, it made me think of George Washington. No, I’m not making a political comparison between the country’s … Continue reading

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Watch last night’s city council meeting

To watch the four-and-a-half hour video (4:29), click here.

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Vacancy taxes: California’s latest crazy idea

By Jon Coupal | This column has frequently recounted how ideas coming from California’s progressive politicians are not just destructive, but also how most result in outcomes diametrically opposite of what the left actually thinks they will have. Examples of … Continue reading

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Fullerton City Hall is closed today for another three-day weekend

City Hall Closure Dates and Observed Holidays 2019 January –1*, 11, 25 February – 8, 18*, 22 March – 8, 22 April – 5, 19 May – 3, 17, 27*, 31 June – 14, 28 July – 4*, 12, 26 August … Continue reading

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California’s budget process has devolved into a bad joke

By Jon Coupal | Let’s face it. California’s budget process has devolved into a bad joke. The record amount of spending coupled with massive expenditures for wasteful, pork-barrel projects is bad enough. But the more insidious problem is the lack … Continue reading

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Watch last night’s city council meeting

To watch the four-and-a-half hour video (4:38), click here.

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Tonight’s city council meeting agenda

To read or download tonight’s detailed council meeting agenda from the City’s website, please click here. The public participation portion of the meeting begins at 6:30 with presentations and awards. Actual city business normally doesn’t start until 7:00 or 7:30 . … Continue reading

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