By: Supervisor Shawn Nelson, Vice Chair of the O.C. Board of Supervisors
Anaheim City Council Special Meeting
Mayor Tom Tait has invited Anaheim residents to attend a special city council meeting on Wednesday, August 8 at 4:00 pm in response to events that have occurred over the past several weeks. The meeting, located in Anaheim High School’s Cook Auditorium, will allow residents the opportunity to offer their input on all issues affecting our community.
In an effort to facilitate continued community dialogue and discussion, Mayor Tait and the City Council want to welcome Anaheim residents to participate by offering their thoughts, ideas and recommendations to City leaders on how to improve relations among residents, neighborhoods and the government.
The special council meeting, called by Mayor Tait last week, follows yesterday’s special closed session meeting in which the council discussed existing litigation over the creation of city council districts, employee performance evaluations and consultation with the police chief regarding protection of public services or facilities.
During the past few weeks, Mayor Tait has strived for calm and to maintain unity in the City, outlining (OC Register Article) steps he is taking to help Anaheim begin the healing process following recent officer-involved shootings, including calling for independent investigations by outside agencies and accepting invitations to meet with family members of the deceased.
The special meeting will take place at:
Anaheim High School Cook Auditorium
811 West Lincoln Avenue
Anahe im 92805
Wednesday, August 8 at 4:00 pm