Category: City Council

Meeting with City Council Candidates

Fair – Rational – Reasonable During the 2018 Fall elections our city will be voting to fill available seats on the city council.  Respect Orange has met with two non-incumbent candidates (the only two non-incumbents to date), Ms. Adrienne Gladson and Mr. Chip Monaco (click on the non-incumbent name to be directed to their website).  Council…

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Will Chapman University’s Acquisition Solve Problems?

At December’s City Council Meeting, our elected leaders voted unanimously to approve the sale of a $6.5 million surplus property to Chapman University.  The plan for the property is student housing.  Respect Orange supports this transaction because it is a step in our recommendation of 90% of the student population in Chapman owned housing.  However,…

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City of Orange Election Information

Respect Orange appreciates the incumbent council members who have stood up and are tackling the party ordinance, an issue that Respect Orange cares deeply about. Each of the incumbent council members demonstrated leadership for, and respect of, Orange. Respect Orange encourages our friends who agree with supporting such leadership, demonstrated by the three incumbent council…

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Party Ordinance Vote- June 14, 2016

Tuesday, June 14 is the second and (hopefully) final reading of Ord 03-16.A, otherwise known as “the party ordinance”.  Our City Council, based upon input from the public and city staff, recognizes loud and unruly conduct is an increasing problem in our city.  The City Council has requested changes to the current ordinance that include: • Adding a provision…

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Tim the Turkey and Respect Orange Update

Friends, Neighbors, and the Respect Orange Community: We wanted to give a quick update this morning about four topics: Tim the Turkey, City Ordinance 03-16.A (the Party Ordinance), Chapman University, and Respect Orange Gear   Tim the Turkey Respect Orange has been in regular communication with the caregiver for Tim the Turkey and the OHS FFA animals.  While…

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