Cypress City Council (Page 2)

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Dear Editor: Can’t someone give Council Member Frances Marquez a few lessons on the legal rules of being a council member? Ignoring Anaheim Union High School District policy, progressive Marquez and two of her endorsed progressive candidates (Troy Tanaka running for Cypress School Board and Helen Le running for Cypress …continue reading

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Directly or indirectly, Cypress Council Member Frances Marquez is the cause behind three items on the Council agenda for the regular meeting on Monday, July 11: Item #13, regarding conflicts of interest related to the Valley Vista trash franchise agreement Item #12, regarding a California Public Records Act request made …continue reading

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For a year now, Cypress City Council Member Frances Marquez has made a practice of disrupting the management of the City of Cypress. She has brought up and disputed settled matters. She has requested that long-standing City procedures be changed to accommodate her. She has put forward controversial topics for …continue reading

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The City of Cypress has posted a Notice of Public Hearing to consider amending the following sections of Appendix I of the Cypress Muncipal Code and finding the action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act:  Repealing Section 12 (“Density Bonus”) and replacing it with a new Section 12 …continue reading

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Cypress Councilmember Frances Marquez was elected to her seat in 2020 on the strength of her opposition to allowing Amazon to open a last-mile distribution center in the City’s business park. For the first few months after being elected, Councilmember Marquez’s behavior was unremarkable. However, since agendizing a proposal in …continue reading

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Top Ten Stories for January 30 through February 05 include a Seal Beach missing person, a Long Beach traffic fatality, an arrested prowler. Top Ten Stories for January 30 through February 05 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Seal …continue reading