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Month: October 2017

Lynn Schott Named One of “OC’s Scariest People” By OC Weekly

Lynn Schott Named One of “OC’s Scariest People” By OC Weekly

Happy Halloween! And to mark the occasion, we’d like the share Mayor Pro Tem Lynn Schott’s selection by the OC Weekly as one of OC’s Scariest People for 2017: LYNN SCHOTT We’re accustomed to encountering delusional politicians in Orange County, but the first-term Irvine City Councilwoman is a rare cat. Schott lost her credibility this year in hopes of protecting Frances Akhavi, a local political activist who moved to the Phoenix area and found herself under FBI arrest for money…

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Why Was Lynn Schott The Only Vote AGAINST The Police Officers’ Contract?

Why Was Lynn Schott The Only Vote AGAINST The Police Officers’ Contract?

Crime is going up. Irvine residents feel less safe. As a returning resident told the OC Register last week: Madani, now 29, has returned to Irvine to raise her own family. The master planned community she’d fallen in love with is still “one of the most amazing cities to live in,” but not as safe as it used to be, she said. “The crime has definitely gone up in Irvine,” she said. “I think it’s just the fact that our…

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Agran Keeps Playing Politics With OC Veterans Cemetery. Will Lynn Schott Join Him?

Agran Keeps Playing Politics With OC Veterans Cemetery. Will Lynn Schott Join Him?

What do Larry Agran and Lynn Schott have in common? Among other things, neither will stop playing politics with the Orange County Veterans Cemetery. The Irvine City Council voted on June 6 to approve the land-swap re-locating the Veterans Cemetery to a 125-acre site easily accessible from the 5 Freeway. It has more and more certain funding sources, the support of veterans groups that have been pressing for an OC Veterans Cemetery, and can be built more quickly. The vote…

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OC Register Calls On Schott To Stop Politicking Over OC Veterans Cemetery

OC Register Calls On Schott To Stop Politicking Over OC Veterans Cemetery

When a political battle is over, voters expect that at some point their elected officials will put it behind them, move on and find a way to work together, instead continually re-fighting old battles and pulling scabs off wounds. That expectation is reasonable, which explains why Mayor Pro Tem Lynn Schott can’t meet it. Even the OC Register, which endorsed Schott for city council in 2014, has had enough. Orange County’s newspaper of record implored Schott and other bitter-enders, “Can…

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