Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Marking Time, Waiting For The Council Meeting

TICK, TICK, TICK...







HARMAN AND TRAN RECEIVE AWARD
Over at the OCWeekly's N
aval Gazing blog Matt Coker writes an interesting piece today about State Senator Tom Harman and Assemblyman Van Tran being honored with California Champion Against Lawsuit Abuse Awards. You can read Coker's piece HERE. He also mentions that Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor will be in attendance at the event at the soon-to-be-shuttered Clubhouse restaurant.

INTERESTING TIMI
NG...
The timing of this event and Mansoor's participation is just too pre
cious, considering that Benito Acosta's lawsuit against the city and Mansoor for the events that occurred when Mansoor cut his speaking time and had him tossed out of the council chambers a few years ago.

TIMES TWO...
It makes one wonder if the hastily-posted closed session tonight might have something to do with the Acosta suit, doesn't it? Do you supposed a settlement is in the wind, or if the City Attorney has, once again, fumbled the ball. I guess we'll eventually find out.

GRUMPY GEEZERS

I also find myself wondering if the disgruntled geezers that form Wendy Leece's posse in her frequent attacks on the Costa Mesa Senior
Center management will again present themselves before the City Council to air more unfounded complaints about the Center... Since Leece has abandoned her role as City Council liaison this group of grumpies, headed up by the perpetual sourpuss Ernie Feeney, have used their three minutes - and demanded more - to complain about issues that consistently turned out to be non-issues. Should be worth watching tonight's brief council meeting just to see if they show up, and with which new, fabricated gripe...

THE MOUTH WILL YAP TONIGHT AGAIN

And, of course, The Mouth From Mesa North will almost certainly present his warped views of the world to the council again tonight. I suspect he will speak at least a couple times, but will certainly address the proposed Victoria Street development that is the final item on the agenda. He will tell them it's an under-parked project - which it certainly is - and that it's too dense, too.

BULLYING EXPECTED

I suspect he will stand to speak against a couple candidates for the city committee assignments that will be bestowed tonight, too. He's already attacked them on his blog this week because they hold views that are clearly in opposition to his.

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