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Neighborhood Leaders Endorse Kris Murray for Orange County Supervisor
Anaheim’s Oldest Neighborhood Associations Join Growing Coalition of Support for Murray

ANAHEIM, CALIF — Today, the Anaheim Neighborhood Association PAC and Anaheim Hills Community Council have both endorsed Kris Murray as the leading candidate for Orange County’s Third District Supervisor. “Kris Murray has been a strong leader for Anaheim Hills and Orange County,” said Anaheim Hills Community Council President Jim Cain. “She led community outreach following devastating…

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Murray Endorsed by Anaheim Chamber for Supervisor
Front Runner for Supervisor has Long Pro-Business Background

ANAHEIM, CALIF — Anaheim City Councilwoman Kris Murray has been endorsed by the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce in her run for Orange County Supervisor.  “Kris Murray is the best qualified and most experienced candidate to replace Todd Spitzer on the Board of Supervisors and will be an exceptional board member,” said Todd Ament, CEO of Anaheim…

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Kris Murray Running for Special Election, Orange County Supervisor
Filling vacancy left by District Attorney-elect Todd Spitzer

ANAHEIM, CALIF — City of Anaheim Councilwoman Kris Murray today reaffirmed her commitment to represent the families, neighborhoods and taxpayers of Orange County’s District 3 with a focus on public safety, economic development and common-sense policymaking that reflects and makes a difference in the everyday lives of residents. Murray, who has served on Anaheim’s City Council since 2010,…

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Angels opt out of stadium lease in Anaheim

The Angels have opted out of their lease with the city of Anaheim, opening the door to the possibility that the team may move to a different host city in the Southland. Team officials sent a letter to the city about its decision to opt out of the existing lease with Angel Stadium. In a…

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Anaheim City Councilwoman Kris Murray Announces Campaign for Orange County Supervisor

ANAHEIM – Anaheim City Councilwoman Kris Murray today announced her bid to represent the residents of the Third District on the Orange County Board of Supervisors with a commitment to safe communities, a strong economy and smart government. Murray, who has served on the Anaheim City Council since 2010, is seeking to succeed outgoing Supervisor…

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Federal Judge Calls Saturday Hearing To Discuss Next Steps for Riverbed Homeless

SPENCER CUSTODIO, Voice of OC U.S. District Judge David O. Carter has called a federal court conference for Saturday morning to discuss the county’s imminent plans for moving hundreds of Santa Ana riverbed homeless people currently in motels, to county shelters or medical facilities. In addition to attorneys for the county and homeless people, city…

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Anaheim Approves Homelessness Policies Focused on Housing

The Anaheim City Council Tuesday night unanimously approved a series of policies aimed at guiding the city’s long-term approach to homelessness, an action that comes as Orange County officials are clearing more than 500 homeless people from a camp along the Santa Ana riverbed near Anaheim’s Angel Stadium. Anaheim officials have faced mounting public pressure…

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Hundreds of Homeless Encampments Are Officially Cleared

What happens now that the seven-hundred homeless, and tons of trash, have been cleared from the Santa Ana river bed? Officials say they will be imposing a curfew to prevent the encampment from reappearing and Anaheim City Councilwoman Kris Murray says they have to look beyond the 30 day free hotel expiration date. ” We…

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Most Influential 2017: Meet the 100 top influencers in Orange County

Some affect life in Orange County on a grand scale. Others contribute in ways you might not notice but truly are important. All of them made a difference in 2017. It’s time to reveal the Orange County Register’s annual selections for the 100 most influential people in Orange County. You will recognize some of the people, and…

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How should Anaheim fund homeless programs?

ANAHEIM — As city officials consider how best to address homelessness in the city, they must first face the question of how to pay for any new housing, programs and services. Councilman Jose Moreno is proposing at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, Oct. 17, the city reopen discussions with tourism and hotel officials about funding the…

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