By CJ Dablo Staff Writer Fourteen Californians have been charged with the task of drawing a final political map of the golden state by August, and right now they’re asking their fellow state residents to tell them how to best do their job.
Entries Tagged as 'Politics'
April 29th, 2011 · No Comments · Politics
March 4th, 2011 · No Comments · Politics
By CJ Dablo Staff Writer As they congratulated their peers, Tina Hansen and Larry Forester, for their successful bid for re-election to Signal Hill City Council, Councilmembers Mike Noll and Ellen Ward raised their glasses of water during Wednesday’s Council meeting.
At final forum, SH Council candidates debate RDA funds, drinking-water safety and real-estate values
February 25th, 2011 · No Comments · News, Politics
By Cory Bilicko Managing Editor In their last opportunity to present their platforms and defend their actions in a public assembly before the looming March 1 election, the three candidates for Signal Hill City Council again gathered Wednesday night for a candidate forum, this time hosted by the Willow Ridge Community Association in its community […]
At candidate forum, incumbent SH council members defend record, debate challenger’s assertions about finances
February 11th, 2011 · No Comments · Politics, Uncategorized
By CJ Dablo Staff Writer Three candidates vying for the two available seats on the Signal Hill City Council found few places for common ground when they debated the future of the city Monday night. The two current council members defended their records and disputed facts presented by a contender during a candidate forum.
February 7th, 2011 · No Comments · Politics
By CJ Dablo Staff Writer Signal Hill City Councilmembers voted Tuesday to adopt a resolution stating opposition to Governor Jerry Brown’s intention to end redevelopment agencies (RDA) in the state. In his “State of the State” address on Monday, Jan. 31, the governor had underscored his desire to end redevelopment agencies as part of his overall […]