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  • Thursday, October 01, 2015


    Surridge admits Salas was a politcal recruit

    OUSD Resolution against a Special Election dies as....
    Surridge admits Salas appointment was political 
    Number 4 in a special news series by Orange Net News /O/N/N/
    Orange Unified Board Trustee Timothy Surridge admitted at the Special OUSD Board Meeting held October 1, 2015 that he had alone took it upon himself to recruited a candidate based on a political criteria. 

    Surridge stated he had  recruited and "chose"  Greg Salas to be appointed to the OUSD Board based on that political criteria . 

    Surridge's comments came after the Public Comment section of the meeting  when community members from across Greater Orange took the four Board members who voted to appoint the politically recruited Salas to task.  During those public comments the widely circulated account of a September 20th statement Surridge made that "Five Republican's are not going to appoint a Democrat or a Decline to State"  was introduced into the public record of the meeting. Surridge, who took copious notes during the public comments, at no point during the meeting denied making that now widely circulated statement. 

    Unlike the last Special Meeting when Salas was appointed, this meeting was video taped for cable broadcast.

    Surridge's admission that he used the criteria of party affiliation to recruit Salas suggests that Surridge sought out the information on the other candidate's party affiliations.  Party affiliation information was not part of the application process for the non-partisan trustee seat. 

    Surridge also stated that he also voted for Salas because he was impressed that Salas visited Orange High School.  At the September 22 meeting, Salas too mentioned in his 3 minute candidate presentation to the Board that he had visited two OUSD schools to become familiar with OUSD "issues"; Orange HS and Fletcher Elementary School.  At the October 1st meeting, Trustee Kathy Moffat revealed that it was Surridge who presonally brought Salas on a tour the two OUSD schools- a move she stated Surridge did not offer to any other candidate. 

    During the October 1st meeting Surridge also revealed that he personally knew Salas before recruiting him. Moffat at the meeting characterized the relationship between Salas and Surridge as a "friendship".

    Greg Salas -appointed trustee for his politics
    Salas in a strange defense of his appointment,  tried to address the concerns in Anaheim Hills of his intimidation of petition gathers. Salas stated that he was not a "stalker" and that he just happens to go to shop at Ralphs and goes to Starbucks to get "coffee for his wife".  He however did not address why this week at both locations he engaged the Special Election petition gathers with the subject of  intimidating them, nor did he explain why on his shopping trips he tried to engaged citizens who were signing the petitions for a Special Election.

    The October 1st Special Meeting was called to swear in Salas, explain the Trustee's votes from the September 22 appointment, and pass a resolution against a Special Election.  OUSD Superintendent Michael Christensen was dealt the task of swearing in Salas as the Provisional Trustee.  Despite the full Board Room, after Salas took the oath- not one person applauded- the room was silent as Salas returned to his seat and said nothing.

     After Wayland, Ledesma and Surridge made attempts to explain their votes for Salas (Ortega never did explain why he voted for Salas)- the topic turned to the proposed resolution to oppose the drive by the community for a Special Election.

    Several contorted reasons were offered by Ortega, Ledesma and Surridge against the Special Election. Primary among those arguments was that a Special Election ( which would be scheduled months before the November 2016 target for a Bond election) would dash the hopes of passing a Facilities Bond.  At one point, OUSD Board President Ortega argued that if the community did not go for a Special Election - the money saved could be money used to try and get a Bond passed. This argument was made despite the fact that it is illegal for a school district to use funds to promote a bond issue.  Other arguments was blaming resigned Trustee Diane Singer, district teachers, the teacher's union and that Ortega and Surridge repeated numerous times that the audience members who wanted the Special Election did not represent the community at large.

    Another issue the embattled Board members pointed to was that Salas would have to run for election regardless in November 2016.  What they did not say was that if a Special Election is not called, Salas would be on the ballot as the incumbent appointed trustee. 

    However, according to the California Education Code Section 5091 (2) , when the Special Election petition signatures are turned in and "legally verified"  then " the provisional appointment is terminated, and the county superintendent of schools shall order a special election to be conducted no later than the 130th day after the determination" .  (Click on Ed Code)

    Simply put- when the Special Election petitons are certified, Salas will no longer be a Trustee and will not legally be able to be listed on the ballot as an incumbent OUSD Trustee during the Special Election.

    During the election resolution discussion Trustee Kathy Moffat once again put the issue into perspective.  Moffat recounted that it was Surridge who was behind the "paper screening" process that produced a non-transparent process that led to Salas being in the "final" three candidates. Moffat reminded the Board that it was Surridge that proposed that each candidate who made it past the paper screen would only get a 3 minute public statement.  Moffat also reminded the Board that it was  Surridge who did not want the  candidates to have a public and transparent interview-and it was Surridge who urged the  candidates to privately contact the OUSD Trustees.

    Surridge proposed and had his allies on the OUSD Board vote to approve all of his non-transparent scheme after already recruiting Greg Salas for the Board position.

    Moffat said that now after that flawed and non-transparent process and an a public outcry- Surridge and his allies who recruited and stacked the deck to vote for their  political candidate now "Point the finger of blame at the community".

    After Moffat's comments, the Ortega sponsored Resolution for OUSD to oppose a special election died when it did not receive a second from any member.

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    Tuesday, September 29, 2015


    Political arrogance continues in OUSD

    OUSD Board to put on a "show" at a Special  Meeting  on Thursday October 1, 2015
    Number 3 in a special news series by Orange Net News /O/N/N/

    The embattled arrogant politicians of Orange Unified's Surridge Majority appear to be now taking ideas straight from the playbook of the last politically arrogant OUSD Board that  finally pushed the Greater Orange community too far back in 2001.

    That 2001 OUSD Board-known as the Jacobson Majority-also arrogantly tried to push their  personal political agenda onto what they too thought was a disengaged public. Then, just as now, that public that was finally pushed so far that they saw those trustees for what they were- arrogant politicians with a personal non-educational political agenda- not public servants of the people who elected them. 

    In 2001, those arrogant politicians were ultimately recalled by the voters, but not  before spending millions of educational dollars while using the powers of their office to try and thwart the will of the voters on what one famous Recall bumper sticker of the times called  political "lawsuits, lawyers and litigation" .

    "Provisional Trustee" Salas
    Fast forward to 2015- welcome back dirty politics-again under control of small group of arrogant politicians with a personal political agenda.  Less than a week ago, those politicians  engaged in an obvious arrogant corrupt bargain and appointed a little known, obviously unqualified person, who today remains a mystery not only to the citizens in the trustee area he serves, but to the citizens of the larger Greater Orange Community.   A community he admits he recently moved to, knows little about and needs to have school administrators provide him with telephone numbers of local PTA members. (click on SALAS application )

    What appears clear to long-time OUSD observers is that California Brown Act violations in the mysterious appointment of an unknown and unqualified candidate and bungled process obviously took place.

    While having Surridge lead the appointment of the mystery man Greg Salas in the face of the overwhelming evidence of  Salas being unqualified is not a surprise, what is more troubling is that long time OUSD Trustee Rick Ledesma and the ultra patriotic former U.S. Marine and Trustee Mark Wayland followed suit in this political corrupt bargain.  It was clear to those at the Monday September 22nd OUSD appointment meeting that Wayland audibly wrestled with his conscience when his name was called to vote, but ultimately cast his vote for Salas and in so doing let down the democratic process he has fought most of his adult life to preserve.  

    When the audience gasped  at Wayland's struggled vote, it  was clearly the shock of seeing this patriotic warrior  who fought to protect the ideals of our nation, fail to protect those ideals in his own hometown and community.

    After the political vote to support  the mystery man Greg Salas,  the meeting was quickly called to an end, as the four trustees and Salas left the room and any chance they then had to explain to the shocked community why they selected this mystery man-no one knows- over the candidate the community had  overwhelmingly come to the meeting  to support - a respected community  leader who is well know, well trusted and  well respected- not just in Anaheim Hill's Trustee Area 1-but across the Greater Orange Communty.

    Since that corrupt vote, Greater Orange has exploded with indignation at the arrogance of the politician's 4-2 vote.

    Now, after a week to make up slick reasons for voting for the unknown Salas, those arrogant politicians now want to "explain" why they voted for Salas at another "Special Meeting" this Thursday October 1st.* After this political theater,  the politicians will then vote for a "resolution" against  a Special Election-which they could have easily avoided- as too expensive.**
    * The meeting is not expected to be videotaped by OUSD, but California law allows public videotaping of all public meetings
      **OUSD currently has a surplus in excess of $70 million

    The organizers of  the Nullify Petition drive have calculated the cost  of  the Special Election to be about $5.00 a voter, a price which hundreds of voters who have already signed the Nullify Petitions agree is a small price to pay for democracy and to nullify the arrogant political injustice of September 22nd. 

    Which is what these four arrogant politicians continue to  not understand or comprehend.

    Citizens of Greater Orange have routinely used the petition process to call for elections as the "price" of controlling arrogant politicians  and  safeguarding local democracy.  

    Over the past two decades, Greater Orange citizens have never shied away from using the petition process to correct the excesses of numerous arrogant politicians -and now in 2015,  as a wave of anti-politician sentiment is sweeping the nation, it is apparent that the citizen's of Greater Orange are on the verge of again telling OUR local arrogant politicians that they have gone too far and in America, it is the majority of voters who are in charge- not four arrogant politicians who disregard the will of the people.

    6:30 pm  OUSD Board Meeting -OUSD BOARD ROOM
    Public Comments from the audience will be heard.


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    Monday, September 28, 2015


    Pauly arrested on DUI after accident

    Voice of Orange County reports Deborah Pauly
    arrested for alleged DUI

    The Voice of Orange County reports  that former Villa Park Councilwomen Deborah Pauly and current candidate for the 65th Assembly District was arrested on a DUI earlier this month on September 12 at 1:24 am after hitting another vehicle in her Porsche.

    Her arraignment is set for October 26.  The full story with with alleged comments during the arrest can be seen her: DUI for PAULY

    Thursday, September 24, 2015


    OUSD in CRISIS: Repeal Petition Drive picks up steam

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    Greater Orange residents organize for petition drive

    "Provisional" Trustee Greg Salas
    The petition drive to nullify and repeal  the 4-2 vote of the Orange Unified School Board to appoint the unknown Greg Salas as the Area 1 "Provisional" Trustee continues to pick-up steam since Monday's shocking disregard for the near unanimous call of  long-time community leaders across the Greater Orange communities for the appointment of long-time Anaheim Hills community and education advocate Andrea Yamasaki. (see below for information on where to pick-up petitions).  

    Outrage has grown across Greater Orange as the news has spread on Social Media that the Monday meeting- full of questionable legal issues- was not video recorded.  With no recording, none of the twenty-nine of the 33 pubic speakers who gave overwhelming support of those at the meeting for Andrea Yamasaki is available for broadcast. 

    In the 2001 Orange Recall cable broadcasts of the Board meetings were part of the Recall Issues. The Reactionary Marty Jacobson  Majority that controlled the OUSD Board refused to let the community see the dysfunction and angry Public Comments during the OUSD Board Meetings.   After the 2001 Recall- Board Broadcasts were one of the Recall Reforms instituted by the newly elected 2001 Citizen's Board winners of the 2001 Recall. 

    Since 2001 the OUSD Board Meetings have been recorded and broadcasted- as well as available for purchase by the public.  Ironically, it was Trustee Rick Ledesma- who regained his seat  in the 2001 Recall (after losing it to a Jacobson puppet) that fought to save the Recall Reform Board Broadcasts during the Rocco Years. The  Board at that time did not want the community to see the antics of then Trustee Steve Rocco and tried to end the broadcasts.  Ledesma was successful in saving the broadcasts when community leaders across Greater Orange rallied to support him.  On Monday, Ledesma joined the other three male trustees to appoint Greg Salas-without a broadcast record.

    Not only are the comments from the twenty-nine speakers from across Greater Orange Unified that addressed the Board each outlining the qualifications and personal stories attesting to the character and deep community and educational connections of  Andrea Yamasaki lost, but so too are the three-minute candidates' statements of qualifications to the Trustees.  It was clear to the audience that listened to the statements at the Monday September 22 Special Meeting that there were some very qualified candidates. Greg Salas was not one of them.  The bumbling Salas statement included his testament of personal qualifications being that he had family members involved in education, he also admitted that he knew nothing about OUSD and that he just visited two schools after applying for the position, and he admitted he just recently moved to the area.

    After the vote to appoint Salas, he quickly left along with the Trustees that comprise the Surridge Majority who voted for Salas: Timothy Surridge, Mark Wayland,  Rick Ledesma and John Ortega.  

    Recall Petitions will be available this weekend at: 

    Sunday, September 27
    At Canyon Rim Elementary School, in the parking lot
    1090 S The Highlands
    Anaheim Hills
    8:30 - 9:30am

    For more information click on : OUSD in CRISIS

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    Monday, September 21, 2015



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    Greater Orange community leaders stunned
    and Awe
    A stunned full capacity board room full of supporters of long time Anaheim Hills resident and community leader Andrea Yamasaki watched four Orange Unified Trustees vote to provisionally appoint Anaheim Hills new-comer Greg Salas to the post of Area 1 Trustee. The vote came after over an hour of overwhelming accolades for Yamasaki from every segment of the Greater Orange community. Not one person spoke on behalf of Salas.

    Provisional Trustee Salas
    The Salas appointment came after a bungled appointment process that saw a paper screening that had eliminated 5 candidates apparently over ruled by a legal decision sometime over the weekend. The process appeared to have left even the OUSD Trustees confused as  Superintendent Michael Christensen answered questions from Trustee Kathy Moffat  about the new agenda that he stating was posted at 6 pm on Sunday night.  

    After the new agenda was passed 5-1 ( Moffat voted against it), public comments were taken. Thirty three speakers spoke before the Trustees.  Twenty-nine speakers from across Greater Orange Unified addressed the Board each outlining the qualifications and personal stories attesting to the character and deep community and educational connections of  Andrea Yamasaki.  One speaker attested to both Andrea Yamasaki and Kenneth Rulon qualifications. Three speakers addressed the selection process. One speaker was candidate Victoria Weber, who was initially paper screened. She addressed the Board saying that she wanted to make her statement of qualifications in case she was not able to make it later in the meeting.

    The bungled process resulted in invitations to the previously eliminated candidates to make a statement.  Candidate Kenneth Rulan stated he had no prepared statement because he "just got the call and email".  Two others, Dr. Roberto Flores de Apodaca and Barbara Christiano acknowledged that Yamasaki was the obvious choice from the overwhelming support she was receiving from the community and reached out to Yamasaki-with Flores de Apodaca pledging his support.

    During his three minute rambling statement, Greg Salas ( who was a finalist in the paper screening)  stated he had just moved to the Anaheim Hills community two years ago. He said that since applying he had to "study" the issues of the district. He mentioned he started to visit some schools and mentioned Orange High School and Fletcher Elementary.  He mentioned he had children, but did not state what schools they attended.  

    Of the original three paper screened applications- Salas was the only one hand written, with in-complete sentences and little punctuation. click on:  SALAS

    The Salas Linked-In profile lists no local connections on the 12 connections he has (click on: SALAS LINKED IN ).

    The actual voting process for selecting Salas also caused confusion. The process became that each Trustee would state their choice and the first one to get four would be provisionally appointed.   When Trustee Timothy Surridge's name was called and he stated "Greg Salas" an audible gasp went up from the crowd.  With each vote for Salas the gasp continued. Board President John Ortega, Trustee Rick Ledesma and Mark Wayland all followed Surridge and voted for Salas. Salas was elected with the four males voting for him.  The two women did not vote for Salas- Deligiani voted for her campaign manager and friend Chris Nguyen, Kathy Moffat voted for Andrea Yamasaki.

    The community members in the room stayed shocked and bewildered at what they had just witnessed.

    The vote was not a celebration even for Salas- he, his family  and the four Trustees who voted for him immediately left the room after the adjournment.   

    Community organizers at the meeting who had anticipated the move by Surridge and his allies then immediately brought out  petitions to force a Special Election that specifically targeted the Salas appointment. In anticipation of  the Surridge move to deny the seat to the popular Yamasaki, separate petitions had been readied and brought to the meeting for the possible appointment of either Greg Salas or Christopher Nguyen. The petition drafting had been  coordination with the Orange County Registrar of Voters over the past few weeks.  The community has 30 days to collect about 1600 valid signatures.  The cost of a Special Election to Orange Unified would be about $5 per voter.  Orange Unified currently has a budget surplus in excess of $70 million

    As the petitions where passed out in the OUSD Board Room a text message from the Greater Orange Community Organization * to its members simply read:  "OUSD's Surridge majority declares war on Greater Orange".


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    Sunday, September 20, 2015


    OUSD Trustee Appointment

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    Will  "Surridge Majority " thrust OUSD into a new election battle?
    Three Area 1 candidates left after "paper screen"
    The potential candidates for Orange Unified School Board Trustee Area 1 are now down to three after one candidate withdrew their name and five others were eliminated in the "paper screen" process. The OUSD Board has scheduled a Special Meeting on Monday September 21, 2015 beginning at 6:30 pm for the appointment process.

    The three remaining candidates for the Area 1 position are: Chris Nguyen,  Greg Salas and Andrea Yamasaki.   According to the Agenda for this Monday's Special Meeting, each of the remaining candidates received 4 "votes" in the paper screening process. That agenda also states that retired OUSD Principal Andrew Fisher who  had originally applied for consideration, withdrew his application on September 17th. The "paper screen" process which eliminated five of the candidates was put into place at the last OUSD Special Meeting on September 15, 2015 (link: PAPER).

    Chris Nguyen of Custom Campaigns
    The most controversial of the remaining candidates is political operative Chris Nguyen. Co-founder of Custom Campaigns,  his company has specifically targeted seats on the Orange Unified School Board for a political take-over. Custom Campaigns co-founder Chris Enami posts on-line of the company managing campaign wins for OUSD Trustees Deligianni, Ledesma, Wayland, and Surridge ( Click NGUYEN).  Nguyen has deep ties to the ultra-conservative faction of the Orange County Republican Party that continues to battle with party moderates looking to re-build the state Republican brand. Those Republican ultra-conservatives denied OUSD Republican Trustees Tim Surridge and Rick Ledesma party endorsements in 2014 because the two trustees voted to place  the 2014 OUSD Measure K School facilities bond before voters. The local "OC Tea Party" faction's leaders include OUSD Trustee Dr. Alexia Deligianni-Brydges* and former Villa Park Councilwomen and candidate for the 68th Assembly seat Deborah Pauly (link: Pauly for Assembly). Both women led the fight against OUSD's Measure K and are dominate players in the Orange-Villa Park Republican Assembly.  Nguyen is the current President of the Orange-Villa Park Republican Assembly which opposed Measure K in 2014 (Link: 2014 endorsements).
    *Nguyen's company has not only ran Deligiaini's  election campaigns, but Nguyen is also known to be a close personal friend of the Trustee. 

    Supporters of Nguyen are painting him as "incredibly smart and well-informed, exhibits a mastery of policy and government arcana, and has the work ethic of a draught horse" ( link Anaheim Blog). While it is true Nguyen works at a county government job, runs a campaign company, and holds a BA in Political Science from Stanford University, he appears not to have an "arcana" grasp on the role of a school board in California. In answer #7 of his submitted "Candidate Information" sheet to the OUSD Board, the Political Science graduate equates the role of a school board to a "legislative body" (see link below) - which it is not. A basic political science course teaches a legislative body by definition makes laws, enacts taxes and has no judicial or executive functions. California School Boards are  set-up as policy-making entities that do not enact-laws or taxes-but do have quasi-executive governing powers and quasi-judicial roles over employees and students. In reality, school boards are more like a private sector corporate board-making policy-than a legislative body-making law.

    That same candidate information sheet question referring to school boards is answered by Candidate Greg Salas as they are "managing accountability" while Candidate Andrea Yamasaki answers "the board's role is to govern, set long-term goals and vision"  (links below).

    The three candidates will not be interviewed by the OUSD Trustees. Each candidate will have three minutes to introduce themselves. At the September 15 Special Meeting, OUSD Vice President Timothy Surridge urged the candidates to contact the Trustees in private.  OUSD Trustee Kathy Moffat called that and the paper screening process lacking in "transparency".

    At Monday's Special Meeting, after each candidate gives a 3 minute presentation,  Trustees will have the opportunity to nominate a candidate to vote on. The first to receive 4 votes will be "provisionally appointed".

    If an appointment takes place, the community will then have 30 days to petition for a Special Election.  Sources in Anaheim report that those petitions have already been drawn up by residents in anticipation of the political appointment of Nguyen.  The moderate Anaheim Hills community has always prided itself of remaining outside the theatrics of Anaheim city politics and the far-right antics of some Orange and Villa Park political players. Now however, faced with the prospect of having a fringe political player thrust on them as their representative in OUSD- the area's tight-knit education and community leaders are mobilizing.

    Estimates are that just under 2,000 valid registered voter signatures will be needed to force a Special Election.  Long-time OUSD watchers who remember that the bulk of the signatures for the 2001 Orange Recall against a reactionary school board members came from the Anaheim Hills area see the 2,000 signatures as quickly being collected.

    To view the Candidate Information sheet for each candidate click on their name below:
    NEXT OUSD BOARD MEETING Monday September 21, 2015
    Next OUSD Board Meeting -OUSD BOARD ROOM

    For more information call the OUSD Superintendent’s office at 714-628-4040
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    Tuesday, September 15, 2015


    OUSD decides on appointment process

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    OUSD decides on Area 1 Trustee appointment process
    OUSD Board decides to "paper screen" for candidates
    The Orange Unified School Board tonight (9/15/15) in a Special Meeting voted to "paper screen" the candidates who have qualified for appointment to the OUSD Board to replace resigned Area 1 Trustee Diane Singer.

    The candidates making it through the paper screening will appear before the OUSD Board on Monday September 21, 2015. That meeting will not be a formal interview. Each "eligible" candidate will give a 3 minute speech. The Board will ask the other candidates not be in the Board room while the other candidates are speaking, however, candidates legally maybe present if they wish to ignore that request.  Public comments of three minutes per speaker will also be heard by the Board.  

    After the presentations, the Trustees will nominate and vote on nominated candidates in public. The first candidate to receive 4 votes will be appointed.

    The appointment is provisional, residents have 30 days to circulate petitions that call for a Special Election. Only about 2500 signatures will be needed.

    Political operative Nguyen
    Anaheim Hills opponents to one candidate, Chris Nguyen- who is politically connected to the majority of the OUSD Board under Timothy Surridge- are already organizing to circulate petitions if Nguyen is appointed. Appointment of Nguyen is likely seriously to distract Orange Unified just as it embarks on trying to pass a Facilities Bond in 2016.  Either by giving Bond opponents another voice on the ballot, or by having a Special Election thrust upon the community.  Click on : Nguyen's Political Connections

    The OUSD board must select a candidate before midnight September 29th. Failure to do so will automatically result in a Special Election.

    The Board decided to postpone the selection of the "process" to appoint a new Trustee at its September 10th meeting because a planned teleconference participation by OUSD Board President John Ortega did not take place. Tonight's Special Election was called to allow the Board to select the process.

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