OCEA Media Brief
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June 26, 2019
Today: Private jet battle continues after new promise made for John Wayne Airport; 50 of the 140 dogs seized from an affluent Orange home now ready for adoption and, smugglers make off with anything not nailed down in Disneyland’s new Star Wars land.
June 25, 2019
Today: Anaheim apartment tenants get no rent relief from city council; County picks John Wayne Airport redesign plan and, apply now for the annual OCEA scholarship.
June 24, 2019
Today: State assemblyman under fire for alleged harassment; a proposal is due from developers for the future of Willowick Golf Course and, thousands of grocery store workers to vote on strike authorization.
June 21, 2019
Today: Company that caused illegal OC Jail phone recording could have issues nationwide; no rent control in Anaheim, after Councilman’s second try gets quashed and, Placentia hires interim chief to help create new city fire department.
June 19, 2019
Today: Anaheim Mayor's Angels negotiating team may not be subject to transparency law; guess who’s running for Assembly in Orange County? Almost everybody and, Chapman U forecasts mild housing rebound for Orange County.
June 18, 2019
Today: Santa Ana quietly hired high-level elections and records advisor; 91 Freeway, from Green River Road to 241 toll road to get $42 million addition and, construction starting this week on widening the 5 Freeway south of El Toro Road.
June 17, 2019
Today: Judge Carter removed from South OC homelessness case; Mayor Sidhu requests $425,000 no-bid contract for Anaheim Chamber of Commerce and, Costa Mesa considers revised city budget that spares reserves.
June 14, 2019
Today: Allies on the Westminster Council add to their power over the agenda; Huntington Beach council to consider appointing interim financial chief and a report says California’s growth has slowed, but is not recessionary.
June 13, 2019
Today: Judge hears arguments on immediate destruction of County public records; Irvine Co. gives its piece of Irvine Lake to the county and, Huntington Beach landfill outrage spurs school officials to address health concerns.
June 12, 2019
Today: Rackauckas secretly cleared deputies accused of lying about informants; developer shrinks project in Santa Ana, but still may face residents’ resistance and, a look back at Disneyland's Matterhorn Bobsleds, Submarine Voyage and Monorail.