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Anaheim Hills town hall Monday to discuss Canyon Fire 2 response

ANAHEIM — Residents affected by this week’s wildfire in Anaheim Hills can get an update on firefighting efforts, ask questions and provide feedback to city officials at a town hall meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 16. The Anaheim Hills Community Council and Councilwoman Kris Murray are hosting the meeting about the Canyon Fire…

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Anaheim Doubles Down on Homeless at Santa Ana Riverbed

The Anaheim City Council will double down on existing efforts to provide services to homeless people before eventually clearing out large encampments along the Santa Ana River. The council voted unanimously early Wednesday morning to approve a proposal by Councilwoman Kris Murray, dubbed “Operation Home SAFE,” which calls for law enforcement to take action against “those…

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A plan for housing and public safety

By Kris Murray Anaheim residents, businesses, visitors and those across Southern California are watching an escalating homeless crisis dramatically affect neighborhoods, parks and other public recreation areas. Elected officials and county and city staff are hearing from residents and advocates alike from all over the region. And those voices are growing louder. At our last…

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A plan for housing and public safety

Anaheim residents, businesses, visitors and those across Southern California are watching an escalating homeless crisis dramatically affect neighborhoods, parks and other public recreation areas. Elected officials and county and city staff are hearing from residents and advocates alike from all over the region. And those voices are growing louder. At our last City Council meeting,…

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Anaheim is focused on taxpayers and neighborhoods

By Kris Murray Anaheim’s City Council has a shared focus to better the lives of its residents and quality of its neighborhoods. On this, there is no disagreement. Where reasonable people do disagree, however, is on how best to address the goals. Since the Great Recession, Anaheim has not imposed any new taxes or fees…

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Anaheim is focused on taxpayers and neighborhoods

Anaheim’s City Council has a shared focus to better the lives of its residents and quality of its neighborhoods. On this, there is no disagreement. Where reasonable people do disagree, however, is on how best to address the goals. Since the Great Recession, Anaheim has not imposed any new taxes or fees on residents to…

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Anaheim Adopts Balanced Budget

Last night the Anaheim City Council unanimously approved a balanced FY 2017-18 city budget. The major highlights include: Structurally balanced forecast for next five fiscal years. $1.7 billion total budget; $310 million general fund. $76 million to upgrade local streets, roads, bike lanes, walking pathways. $13 million for parks, trails, skate parks and open spaces.…

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