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Sanitation Fees Are Going UP!!!

Posted by OC Insider on March 29, 2013

The Orange County Sanitation District had a vote a couple of days ago that should anger all taxpayers over the huge rate increase that they have placed on the Orange County taxpayers. I was at the meeting and spoke about the increase and how it violated Proposition 218. The next day I made a records request from the Orange County Sanitation District and found out exactly how each voter cast their vote at the meeting so I could post it here. Just to further outrage Republicans I used the database that one of the Chrises created to show the party affiliation of each voter using colors.

AYES:

Cities / Agencies Name
(YORBA LINDA) John Anderson
(LA HABRA) Tom Beamish
(SANTA ANA) David Benavides
(NEWPORT BEACH) Keith Curry
(LOS ALAMITOS) Troy Edgar
(COSTA MESA SD) James Ferryman
(GARDEN GROVE) Steve Jones
(ANAHEIM) Lucille Kring
(SEAL BEACH) Michael Levitt
(BREA) Brett Murdock
(PLACENTIA) Constance Underhill*
(TUSTIN) John Nielsen
(VILLA PARK) Brad Reese
(HUNTINGTON BEACH) Joe Shaw
(STANTON) David Shawver
(BUENA PARK) Fred Smith
(ORANGE) Teresa Smith
(IRWD) John Withers

NOES:

Cities / Agencies Name
(IRVINE) Steven Choi
(MIDWAY CITY SD) Tyler Diep
(LA PALMA) Peter Kim
(FOUNTAIN VALLEY) Mark McCurdy*
(CYPRESS) Prakash Narain
(BOARD OF SUP) Janet Nguyen
(FULLERTON) Greg Sebourn

3 Responses to “Sanitation Fees Are Going UP!!!”

  1. I will admit up front that I am cranky today as a result of this post not because of the vote but due to the ungodly hour it was posted at. Can all of our OC Insiders please write at least after 7:00.

  2. OCInsider#33 said

    Because really, we want to make sure we don’t have a functioning up to date sanitation system. I vote that we only maintain the system in the cities that had reps who voted aye.

  3. anon said

    Infrastructure is one of the few things we SHOULD be spending our tax dollars on. How many businesses are going to be interested in opening up shop in Orange County if we have a sewer system that doesn’t work?

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