OCEA Media Brief
OCEA monitors local, state-wide and national news outlets to keep members up to date on the issues that impact working people. Media briefs are compiled and sent to members in a daily email blast. To receive OCEA media briefs, please register for an account.
July 19, 2019
Today: Seal Beach prepares for extreme flooding because of sea level rise; O.C. judge orders Laguna Beach homeowners to tear down controversial seawall and, Costa Mesa police take fewer fireworks-related calls over 4th of July holiday season.
July 18, 2019
Today: Anaheim takes steps to turn motel into supportive housing for homeless; Anaheim Mayor Sidhu appointed to negotiating team for Angels stadium deal and, UCI team develops noninvasive bone cancer treatment.
July 17, 2019
Today: County won’t say if it will stop immediately destroying public records; Huntington Beach landfill to get 16-foot barrier on residential streets and private advisory group Anaheim First criticized as it begins citywide study.
July 15, 2019
Today: OCTA is making more changes to bus route, eliminating some and add to others; Westminster City Hall acrimony and recall bids for all and, farm workers come to life through O.C. Fair’s featured artist.
July 12, 2019
Today: LA, Orange County rent inflation up 5.8%, biggest hike since 2008; video rendering of homes/retail in stadium parking lot used to woo Angels and, San Bernardino County to pay $113.4 million in child abuse case.
July 11, 2019
Today: Irvine adopts controversial agenda-setting policy; the OC Fair kicks off Friday for 23 days of fun and, November special election in Orange cancelled.
July 10, 2019
Today: Grocery union, execs return to negotiating table; Fullerton declares shelter crisis and, Santa Ana Unified searching for new superintendent.
July 9, 2019
Today: Judge won't block San Clemente anti-camping law; toll lanes likely coming to 91, 60, 215 freeways in Riverside County and, are your kids going to college this fall? Turn in an OCEA scholarship application.
July 8, 2019
Today: Publisher says we are not ready for a major disaster; more air-quality testing planned at Edison High and, there’s bound to be traffic heading to the fair, here are some ways to avoid it.
July 5, 2019
Today: Grocery workers rally for customer support as contract rhetoric heats up; 6.4 magnitude earthquake rattles Southern California and, racially diverse Gen Z could change the look of minority neighborhoods.