November 8, 2017

Orange County

Voice of OC: Huntington Beach City Council lets homeless service center stay—for awhile

Cancelling the center’s city permit originally was on the council’s consent calendar until Mayor Barbara Delgleize pulled it after the lengthy public comment, including about 20 people who spoke in favor of BCIS. No commenters spoke against the center.


Voice of OC: After backlash, Disney lifts ban on LA Times’ movie access

Walt Disney Company officials Tuesday lifted their ban on Los Angeles Times access to early movie screenings following intense pushback from movie critics around the country, many of whom vowed not to write about Disney movies until the ban was lifted.


OC Register: Katrina Foley removed as Costa Mesa mayor in contentious, late-night meeting

Costa Mesa In the city’s latest example of political gamesmanship, Mayor Katrina Foley was stripped of her position in favor of Sandra Genis, a political ally, during a tense, late-night City Council meeting Tuesday that left residents angry and stunned.


Daily Pilot: Huntington Beach council doesn’t censure Councilman O’Connell; he calls it a 'kangaroo proceeding'

On Tuesday, O’Connell said he “will continue to seek the truth” about the internal matter. “We’ve got some serious issues in the city that we need to take a look at,” O’Connell said.


OC Register: Three years in, Anaheim’s ARTIC station sees more riders, but numbers still far short of early projections

OC Register: Three years in, Anaheim’s ARTIC station sees more riders, but numbers still far short of early projections



Mercury News: GOP candidate for governor Travis Allen donated to Gavin Newsom and other Democrats

Before he was elected to the Assembly in 2012, Allen made a series of campaign donations to the Democrats he now denounces — including Brown, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, the state Democratic Party and a congressman who has filed articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.


OC Register: How California ranks as a place for veterans to live

This week the personal finance website WalletHub released its report on the best and worst places for veterans to live. The report compares the 100 largest U.S. cities, using 17 metrics. California has more than 1.73 million veterans and had 17 cities ranked.



OC Register: A year after the 2016 presidential election, here’s a look at what the polls got wrong and right

The fact remains that election polling and trying to predict turnout are complicated, but pollsters are striving for better designed surveys to produce accurate information.


Publication Date: November 8, 2017