Tag Archives: Sharon Quirk

Jarvis Jesters in Orange County: Jose Solorio and Sharon Quirk-Silva

By Jon Coupal | It’s late October and that means there are a lot of people out there wearing masks. But this isn’t about Halloween. This is about all the fake taxpayer interests – organizations and candidates – who are trying to … Continue reading

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A state-level education facilities bond measure for $9 billion or more could also be on the ballot in November

By Jack Dean | Keep an eye on AB 2235 — a bill introduced jointly by Assemblymembers Joan Buchanan (D-Alamo) and Curt Hagman (R-Chino Hills) to provide funds for new school construction and modernization. Listed as one of its co-authors is … Continue reading

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Assembly Member Quirk-Silva votes for ACA 8 — a direct assault on Prop. 13

In an unusual Saturday session, Assembly Member Sharon Quirk-Silva (D-Fullerton) joined other Assembly Democrats in approving and sending to the state Senate a proposed state constitutional amendment ballot measure that — if approved by voters statewide — would let local … Continue reading

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KCBS/KCAL: Police chief extends his leave of absence, again, amid scandal

Fullerton’s embattled police chief Michael Sellers is extending his leave of absence once again and taxpayers are getting tired of footing the bill. Stacey Butler reports: (If the video is not appearing below, click here.)

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One law firm represents union leaders in Costa Mesa pension fight and cops in Fullerton beating death

Republic of Costa Mesa | The law firm of Silver, Hadden, Silver, Wexler & Levine had a busy July, simultaneously representing the Orange County Employees Association in their pension war on Costa Mesa while (up the 55 and 91 freeways) … Continue reading

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Police chief could be forced out over beating death

Los Angeles Times | A second Fullerton City Council member is asking the police chief to resign after a mentally ill homeless man was beaten to death during a confrontation with six officers. Council member Sharon Quirk-Silva called for Chief … Continue reading

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KABC: Councilwoman Quirk calls for police chief’s resignation

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Councilmember Quirk says ‘release the video’

Councilmember Sharon Quirk has called for the release of the surveillance video in the beating death of Kelly Thomas. To read her letter on the Friends for Fullerton’s Future blog, click here.

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