Turner: It’s Time for Districts in Santa Ana

Clara Turner argues it’s time to put a measure on the ballot in Santa Ana proposing district-based elections in place of the city’s current system, in which city council members are elected at-large (voted upon by the entire city) but must live in a specific district.

Pulido Investigation Puts Prior Deal In Focus

Many of Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido’s business partners — and even his personal attorney — were involved in a now decade-old deal to sell land to the Santa Ana Unified School District, netting a 60-percent profit.

When a Tree Falls, Does It Make a Sound at City Hall?

When a large Sycamore fell on Mary Joe Geczy’s house in Santa Ana’s Washington Square neighborhood, a city official said it wasn’t an emergency. But it became one when she showed up at Mayor Miguel Pulido’s house.