Anaheim will continue operating without a mayor after the city council elected not to appoint a new one at its regular meeting June 22.
Two candidates—former Mayor Tom Tait and realtor Paul Kott—were nominated by city councilors but failed to get enough council votes to be appointed. Each only received one vote.
As a result, the city will continue operating with Mayor Pro Tem Trevor O’Neil at the helm. O’Neil was tasked with leading meetings and other mayoral duties when former Mayor Harry Sidhu resigned last month after an FBI investigation alleged he was involved in a pay-to-play scheme as part of the negotiations to sell Angel Stadium….


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