Anaheim City Hall echoed with grumblings instead of chants of "Sí, se puede" Tuesday evening. Led by Jordan Brandman, the council majority struck down the "People's Map" for district elections and decided to go back to the drawing board. The move followed a previous meeting where the council wanted to delay the sole Latino voting majority district in Anaheim until the 2018 elections while putting four others on the ballot next year. "Even I didn't expect what happened," Mayor Tom Tait tells the Weekly. "I'm outraged at the actions of the council majority and the complete disregard for the work done by the community in putting this map together."