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  • Monday, July 09, 2007

     

    PAULY RECALL POLL RESULTS

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    Greater Orange Communities Organization


    PAULY RECALL POLL RESULTS
    With over 900 people participating in the two day Orange Net News Poll that asked Villa Park residents if they planned on signing the Recall Petition to hold a recall election for Villa Park Council Member Deborah Pauly. The poll asked:

    “If you are a Villa Park resident, are you planning to sign the Recall Petion to have a recall election for Council Member Pauly?”

    The unscientific poll had 61% answering No- they did not plan on signing and 39%-Yes they would sign the petition.

    Software that tracks were the votes came from revealed both sides having ‘multiple voters’ who returned to vote repeatedly. In one four hour period one side increased over 23% points against the other side.

    In addition, the email address of the Poll was apparently emailed to each side supporters independently of the ONN list (as evidence by tracking software). At best it shows a sophisticated political battle in the works with the “No” side being better able to deliver “votes” in the first match-up, compliments of the internet, between the two sides. The 23% mark of the Yes side proves that they face an extremely difficult task not only just collecting the signatures, but in winning a possible recall vote.

    “On the House Program” Orange waives City Fees
    The Orange City Council approved the On the House Program to assist home owners in property improvement by waiving building review and permit fees to help further encourage the enhancements of Orange neighborhoods.

    For more information on the program CLICK ON: ON THE HOUSE.

    Anaheim Hills, Orange and Villa Park News
    From local athletes who move away to college and make news, to businessmen recognized for outstanding achievements in their industry, to local stories in the print and television media, all these local stories can be accessed on the Knight Ridder/Tribune/Garnnet TOPIX News Network. The TOPIX news service scours all internet sources that list our local cities in stories. Not only do you get the local stories, but also stories from across the nation that involve our local cities and people. The local site is updated throughout the day.

    The Greater Orange News Service exclusively carries the TOPIX News Feed for the Greater Orange Communities of Anaheim, Orange and Villa Park in the Greater Orange Headlines in the News section . The under-construction Orange Net News site has the TOPIX feed by headline for Orange and Villa Park (CLICK ON Orange Net News).

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