This collection comprises the papers of Shirley Grindle, an environmental and political activist, self-proclaimed "watch-dog"
for Orange County campaign ethics, and former Orange County (California) Planning Commissioner (1973-1977). The papers include
records of the Orange County Planning Commission from her time as a commissioner, index cards she used to track campaign donations
and monitor compliance with the Time Is Now, Clean Up Politics (TIN CUP) ordinance, her TIN CUP files and subject files reflecting
her involvement in the preservation of open spaces in Orange County. The papers include index cards, environmental impact
reports, maps, reports, correspondence, agendas, memoranda, notes, clippings, minutes, ephemera, legal documents, and photographs.
Environmental and political activist Shirley Grindle served as a member of the Orange County Planning Commission from January
1973 to January 1977 and subsequently became a vocal advocate for the preservation of open spaces and campaign finance reform
in Orange County, California. Grindle has also acted as a self-proclaimed "watch-dog" for campaign ethics in Orange County
Property rights reside with the University of California. Literary rights are retained by the creators of the records and
their heirs. For permissions to reproduce or to publish, please contact the Head of Special Collections and Archives.