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Watch last night’s city council meeting

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Video of last night’s council meeting is online

It’s nearly six hours long. To watch, click here.

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Council Agenda Item #12 on the DCCSP postponed

By Jack Dean | Hats off to FullertonRag editor Matt Leslie for live blogging on Agenda Item #12 (the Downtown Core and Corridors Specific Plan) at last night’s City Council meeting. Fortunately for Matt — as well as for Fullerton’s … Continue reading

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Two top priority meetings tonight for Fullerton’s taxpayers

By Jack Dean | Taxpayers will need to put on their running shoes tonight if they want to protect their interests at both the city government and high school district levels, because hot topics appear on both of those meeting … Continue reading

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Councilmember Fitzgerald’s response to my earlier article on COIN was basically a non-response

By Barry Levinson | I think it is both fitting and appropriate that I am penning this article on the Fourth of July, Independence Day. Fullerton Councilmember Jennifer Fitzgerald’s June 30th article on the UnionWatch website titled “Fullerton Councilmember Responds: … Continue reading

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Sham version of COIN passed by City Council

By Barry Levinson | Here is a postmortem on the final passage on June 17th of the Fullerton version of a “Civic Openness in Labor Negotiations” (COIN) ordinance: During the council meeting a few of citizen activists tried valiantly to … Continue reading

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The city’s towing contract is on Tuesday’s council meeting agenda — again

Did anyone suspect that it would take this long for the Fullerton Police Department and our city manager to come to the same recommendation that has been repeatedly shot down for the last 8 years? By Barry Levinson | I … Continue reading

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Things that should matter to all of us

By Barry Levinson | Again we have another Fullerton City Council meeting coming up  Tuesday evening starting at 6:30 pm. I cannot attend due to an unfortunate conflict in meetings. My son’s elementary school will be having its first forum … Continue reading

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Preview of tomorrow night’s City Council meeting agenda

By Sean Paden | The acquittal of former Fullerton police officers Manuel Ramos and Jay Cicinelli will likely be the number one topic on most people’s minds during tomorrow’s City Council meeting, and deservedly so. Tomorrow night’s agenda does not … Continue reading

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