ANAHEIM, Calif. - (Sept. 15, 2015) After months of conducting public meetings, reviewing more than 30 boundary maps and hearing testimony from dozens of residents, the Advisory Committee on Electoral Districts is set to meet and possibly approve a final report that identifies one boundary map for submission to the Anaheim City Council (Map 3).
The tentative plan splits the two city landmarks - the Anaheim Resort and Platinum Triangle - into two districts. It also has one Latino-majority and two plurality-Latino districts. Anaheim residents can see in which district they live or work, as well as find additional background information on the districting process at Anaheim.net/districts.
COMMUNITY MEETING Anaheim City Hall Council Chambers 200 S. Anaheim Blvd., first floor Wednesday, Sept. 16, 6:30 p.m.
For the past four months, the Advisory Committee of five retired Orange County Superior Court judges has volunteered to listen to residents define their community boundaries and provide vision and insight to help refine several proposed district maps.
The Advisory Committee will submit a final report to the City Council by Oct. 6. The Council will hold three public hearings before making a final decision by the end of 2015 on the shape of Anaheim's City Council voting districts. For additional information and resources, please visit Anaheim.net/districts.