The first meeting of the Westminster City Council after Tuesday’s recall election will be held tonight (Wednesday) with a wide variety of topics.
- award of a contract for street improvements on McFadden Avenue from Beach Boulevard to Magnolia Street;
- a special permit application to hold a commemoration on June 13 and 14 at the Sid Goldstein Freedom Park;
- a special permit application to hold a summer movie in the park series on June 20, July 18 and Aug. 15 at Bolsa Chica Park;
- a tenant-based rental assistance program;
The meeting will be held via teleconference, starting at 7 p.m.
According to the Orange County Registrar of Voters, attempts to recall from office Mayor Tri Ta and councilmembers Kimberly Ho and Chi Charlie Nguyen were all falling short. However mailed ballots postmarked by April 7, received and tabulated by April 10 will be counted.
In the matter of removing from office Mayor Tri Ta, 6,823 voters chose yes, while 9,899 chose no. As for Councilmember Kimberly Ho, there are 7,123 votes to remove her and 9,540 opposed. In the case of Councilmember Chi Charlie Nguyen, 7,066 votes were for his recall and 9,594 to keep him in office.