At a city council meeting packed with union leaders and Disneyland Resort employees, Anaheim leaders discussed a recent survey that found many of the resort’s workers struggle to buy food, pay rent and afford other basic necessities. Critics say the union-funded report was commissioned to bolster an upcoming ballot initiative.
At their first official meeting, Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait and his new city council majority worked through a laundry list of actions aimed at reversing major policies and actions taken by the previous majority.
The Anaheim Chamber of Commerce for years had organized and made money on the annual state of the city event. But after a rough-and-tumble political season, Mayor Tom Tait says he wants to send a different message.
The newspaper published an attack ad with an unflattering picture of Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait after rejecting a similar ad that featured a photo of Kris Murray, the mayor’s chief opponent on City Council.