Thursday, November 19, 2015

Council Meeting Replay Schedule

IN CASE YOU WANT TO VIEW THE MEETING

Because the last Costa Mesa City Council meeting was packed with interesting, controversial items, and because Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer had another intellectual meltdown and probably violated confidentiality laws... and because, curiously, the streaming video of that meeting is not yet available, as a public service I provide you with the replay schedule of that meeting for the next few days.

WATCH THE FUN
It's fascinating to watch Righeimer ignore the rules, and watch Katrina Foley - who knows more than a little bit about the law - try to get him to shut his yap.  It's entertaining to watch Mayor Steve Mensinger unable to control, and to pound that gavel Righeimer gave him to call for a break.  It's interesting to watch Righeimer ignore City Attorney Tom Duarte's admonition about keeping comments VERY general in nature, several times.

IMPORTANT AGENDA ITEMS, TOO
In addition to that entertaining bit of theater, three very important items were on the agenda Tuesday night.  The future of the Costa Mesa Motor Inn was first up, followed by the second reading of the latest Group Home Ordinance and, finally, the proposal to spend $35 million to build a new library, convert the current library to a meeting space and add an acre of open space to Lions Park.

HERE'S THE REPLAY SCHEDULE
The following is the schedule that will play on Channel 3 on Time Warner Cable and Channel 99 on ATT UVerse.  Righeimer's rant begins about an hour and 15 minutes in...



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3 Comments:

Anonymous College Park Resident said...

The censorship of the goings on at our city council meetings from our local "newspapers" is annoying, but to have the video unavailable is deeply troubling. What are they trying to hide?

I hope people with cable or U-verse will take the time to watch, Riggy's meltdown was epic for a 8 year old.

11/19/2015 04:18:00 PM  
Anonymous heart for Costa Mesa said...

It's noteworthy that Tom Duarte actually stepped in to advise and warn the Council. He is very very conservative with his advice so this must have been a serious breach.

11/19/2015 10:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Ken Nyquist said...

As if there is any doubt what is going on. Crossing the line can be disastrous for ones freedom..

11/20/2015 09:46:00 AM  

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