OCEA Media Brief
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September 25, 2019
Today: Laguna Beach and Santa Ana settle in landmark OC homelessness case; stadium maintenance, debt eat into Anaheim’s revenue and, rehab homes in unincorporated OC to face new rules.
September 24, 2019
Today: United Way program entices OC landlords to rent to homeless people; Fullerton police officers get raises, added salary levels in bid to curb turnover and, a food hall built out of shipping containers opens Thursday in Garden Grove.
September 23, 2019
Today: John Wayne Airport gets $2.1 million for terminal modifications; Newport may declare ‘crisis’ in planning for potential homeless shelter at city public works yard and, Irvine breaks ground on affordable housing project.
September 20, 2019
Today: OC follows Costa Mesa’s lead, may regulate sober living homes; homeowners can lend some land for the 405 widening not give it up and, homeless cleared from Newport Beach bus station.
September 19, 2019
Today: Downtown businesses say OC streetcar construction is hurting the bottom line; community explores Placentia Library after year-long overhaul and, Costa Mesa council turns down flag as a way to honor police.
September 18, 2019
Today: Angels make millions on Angel Stadium, the city barely gets a slice; Orange City Council to decide on controversial development and, state challenges Mission Viejo’s voting plan.
September 17, 2019
Today: OC Supervisors back off uncertified voting machine vendor; how voting in OC will change in 2020 and, embattled Assemblyman Bill Brough asked to bow out of 2020 election.
September 16, 2019
Today: OC approves new policy to immediately destroy public records; County seeks after-the-fact permission for harbor patrol changes and, a Huntington Beach committee wants people to stop feeding wildlife in parks.
September 13, 2019
Today: Ex-Santa Ana councilman pleads guilty to election fraud; Santa Ana’s Measure X tax isn’t going where it was promised and, CA investigating Bill Brough over sexual harassment claims.
September 12, 2019
Today: No strike: Grocery union members ratify pact with supermarket chains; Governor signs bill to build OC’s first veterans cemetery and, allegations of Vietnam interference in Westminster now official city policy.