February 7, 2019
The battle began after state legislators adopted SB 1241 last fall, which amends the California Public Records Act to allow for inspection of three select areas of police misconduct records; including use of force, sexual assault and lying while on duty.
The City Council voted 4-2 on Tuesday, Feb. 5, to approve the agreement, but with a councilman absent, Mayor Miguel Pulido opted to put off the spending decision for two weeks. Five votes in favor are required to make changes to the budget.
Daily Pilot: New project in Costa Mesa’s Sobeca district brings optimism, and parking worries, from council
Though the council didn’t take official action on the project Tuesday — the purpose of the meeting was to provide feedback before entering the formal review process — it was clear that parking was weighing heavily on council members’ minds
The ad criticized the automaker for shutting down the Oshawa, Ontario plant as part of its massive restructuring announced in November despite the $10.8 billion bailout it received from Canadian taxpayers back in 2009.
Lawmakers on both sides are already making it a top priority this Congress to ensure the U.S. moves swiftly to deploy next-generation wireless networks so China doesn't beat it to the punch.
Publication Date: February 7, 2019