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Thursday November 15, 2012, 3:55 PM
City of Santa Ana, Downtown Orange County

Community: Please Join Us Tonight at Com-Link Forum Meeting to Welcome Newly Elected City Officials

SANTA ANA, CA (November 15, 2012) – The Communication Linkage (Com-Link) Forum Meeting is scheduled for this evening, Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 6:45 p.m. and will be held at the Santa Ana Police Department Community Room – 60 Civic Center Plaza in Santa Ana.



The meeting will begin at 6:45pm with a special salute to Veterans, followed by a presentation by SAUSD School Police Chief David Valentin. Tonight’s feature presenters include the recently-elected Santa Ana Mayor and Ward 1, 3, and 5 City Council members. You are invited to attend and meet your newly-elected representatives. Mayor Miguel Pulido, Council member Vince Sarmiento, Council member-elect Angelica Amezcua, and Council member-elect Roman Reyna have confirmed their participation for tonight’s Com-Link Meeting.

For more information, please contact the City of Santa Ana Neighborhood Improvement Program at (714) 667-2260.

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By Editor

The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

7 thoughts on “Meet new Santa Ana Council Members at tonight’s Com Link meeting”
  1. Any post meeting information on this meeting? What was the new vision for the City?

    Art, could you also send your reporters to cover the Bustamante trial when it starts and Tweet out to your followers what is happening?

    !Feliz Dia de Acion de Gracias a ti!

  2. Yes it would be interesting to have gavel to gavel coverage on the Carlos Bustamante trial. SOme of your readers may want to attend the trail but others will depend on New Santa Ana for daily news briefings and Tweets.

  3. I attended. I saw Councilman Sarmiento, the Mayor and councilpersons elect Amezcua and Reyna. The mayor and Reyna didn’t acknowledge each other — no love lost there. The mayor’s presence was a total surprise to most. I guess the invisible mayor LA times article got to him. Sarmiento spoke and was his polished self, though long winded. Reyna was ok. And, Amezcua, with her trusted husband at her side, read directly from a statement. I felt bad for her…she is not a good public speaker/reader and she just seems to have that deer in the headlights expression. Perhaps if she had actually run a race she would be able to communicate with voters.

  4. If I were Angelica Amescua, I would be a little overwhelmed also. How would she know who or what to trust? It probably feels a lot like getting her mug shot done while standing or sitting in the spotlight.

  5. “Amezcua, with her trusted husband at her side, read directly from a statement”

    Any video? Is she as cute as that one photo that’s been floating around?

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