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Santa Ana Corporations, like yours, face a unique and very difficult situation when facing the disposal \ recycling of their used I.T. assets:
With a fragile and rapidly changing economic landscape facing Corporate America, companies face the issue of staying current with their technological needs while dealing with a fragile economic landscape, and doing this all with the concerns of proper recycling \ disposal concerns. We Will Buy It Now assist corporations with this difficult situation. We Will Buy It Now gives Corporations the ability to receive a much needed financial return for their high valued surplus technology \ computer equipment .
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Question 3: Why sell your used asset instead of recycling?
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City of Santa Ana, California
The beautiful city of Santa Ana is regarded as among the densely populated cities in the United States. The city is the county seat, the financial and governmental center of Orange County, California.
The city of Santa Ana is run using a Mayor-council form of government which is representative system where all power rests with the elected council and the council hires manager to oversee the delivery of public services. The Mayor and six other council members comprise the Santa Ana City Council. The City council members are nominated from each of the city wards and then they are elected citywide. Each City council member will serve a four year term but is also limited to serving up to a maximum of three consecutive turns. The Mayor is elected at a general election and serve up to a maximum of four two-year terms. The seated City council members nominate and elect a Mayor Pro Tem from among them.
The history of the city of Santa Ana began when a Spanish expedition led by, Don Gaspár de Portolá, discovered a river valley on July 26, 1769. He named the area, Santa Anna, in honor of Saint Anne. Then a Spanish grant of land from the area, what is now Orange County, was given to José Antonio Yorba and Juan Peralta, his nephew. The two found the land suitable for farming and cattle grazing and established the Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana. Then on 1869, the Yorba family sold 70 acres of land to William H. Spurgeon of Kentucky. The land was the site of a new town, which Spurgeon named Santa Ana. The town grew and flourished, until Santa Ana was incorporated into a city in 1886.
Today, Santa Ana has several districts, each district has own its distinct character. The downtown area is the heart of the city and this is where the Santa Ana Civic Center can be found, a complex of administrative buildings to serve the city and Orange County. In addition, the downtown area has retail and housing, including well preserved historic homes that date back to the 1800.
Along Main Street is the “Midtown” district, where visitors can find the Bowers Museum, and the Discovery Science Center. The Main Place Mall can also be found in the Midtown district, along with several other entertainment destinations. The newly designated “Metro East” area is intended as secondary a mixed use development district. At present, it is has several office towers and a little retail and housing buildings. Found on the east side of the city is the Santa Ana Zoo, which is known for its collection of monkeys and other species from South and Central America.
Several high-rise office and apartment buildings rise from the South Coast Metro Area, is shared with the city of Costa Mesa. The district’s main attraction is the South Coast Plaza, a major shopping center and the primary destination for those with shopping in mind. For those who wish to see the city in a different light, one can take the Santa Ana Haunted Ghost walk right in the middle of downtown Santa Ana.