OCEA Media Brief
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December 19, 2019
Today: State could intervene after Supervisors halt census funds for Santa Ana city, district; EPA fines three SoCal companies for hazardous waste violations and, birth tourism hotel in Orange may lose its permit.
December 18, 2019
Today: Garden Grove, facing court injunction, drops discussion on Willowick Golf Course deal; is $325 million starting price Angels Stadium fair? And, San Clemente City Manager resigns, takes on same role in Pomona.
December 17, 2019
Today: Strong Santa Ana winds could cause damage in So Cal; high ranking aide to DA files claim against County and Anaheim’s stadium concept breaks with past, raises new questions for taxpayers.
December 16, 2019
Today: Brea's secretive water agency draws court challenge; Garden Grove officials, local activists prepare for big decisions on Willowick and, Kaiser mental health professionals strike at SoCal clinics and hospitals.
December 10, 2019
Today: County halts census outreach grants to City of Santa Ana and school district; Garden Grove could hand Willowick Golf Course over to hotel developer today and, take a look inside Lake Forest’s new $73 million Civic Center.
December 9, 2019
Today: Santa Ana Councilman publicly calls out dark money campaign, welcomes FBI interview; Anaheim puts 5-year ‘local hire’ workforce agreement in place for large city projects and, O.C. bankruptcy 25 years later.
December 6, 2019
Today: More than 13,000 sign to put 128-home east Orange housing proposal on ballot; did Anaheim Council members know about stadium proposal beforehand? And, a new mixed-use development project approved for downtown Santa Ana.
December 5, 2019
Today: Voice of OC: District Attorney and Sheriff clash over secret booking audits; is potential Angel Stadium deal fair for both sides, or ‘laughable’? And, who’s running for public office in Orange county this March?
December 4, 2019
Today: Tomorrow! Your “retirement matters” town hall; OC Sheriff kept evidence booking crisis for almost two years and, Opioid death rate in Orange County eclipses other Southern California counties.
December 3, 2019
Today: Angel Stadium negotiations are running out of time; Fullerton School District is asking to borrow $198 million through bonds and, two new GOP challengers enter 2020 race against Rep. Katie Porter.