Tag Archives: Greg Sebourn

Sebourn, Paden endorsed by Orange County Register

Today the Orange County Register endorsed Greg Sebourn and Sean Paden in the race for Fullerton City Council.

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In a 5-0 vote, the Council passes a resolution in support of Prop 13

After a brief discussion of the pros and cons of Proposition 13, the Council last night unanimously passed  a resolution in support of the historic property tax limitation measure. Whoever put the agenda together had either a sense of history … Continue reading

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Fullerton’s counterfeit COIN

By Sean Paden | The Costa Mesa Civic Openness in Negotiations (COIN) ordinance is a landmark ordinance designed to move labor negotiations for municipal employees out of the shadows and into the open. It provides for transparency by providing for … Continue reading

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Sham version of COIN passed by City Council

By Barry Levinson | Here is a postmortem on the final passage on June 17th of the Fullerton version of a “Civic Openness in Labor Negotiations” (COIN) ordinance: During the council meeting a few of citizen activists tried valiantly to … Continue reading

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Flip a COIN

By Sean Paden| In my last article, I discussed the importance of the Civic Openness in Negotiations Act (the “COIN Act”), an ordinance which would remove the secrecy involved in labor negotiations – secrecy that gives the City’s public employee … Continue reading

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New Fullerton council members to take oath Monday

By Lou Ponsi | Orange County Register — Three incoming councilmen who won their seats in a recall election fueled by the death of Kelly Thomas will be sworn in on Monday, the City Manager said Thursday. Travis Kiger, Doug … Continue reading

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