December 6, 2018

Orange County

Voice of OC: Possible veteran and civilian cemetery in Anaheim prompts OC Supervisor clash

There also were questions about how feasible the Anaheim site is in comparison with the El Toro site, which is now part of an area being developed into the Orange County Great Park, given reportedly higher costs for converting the steeper Anaheim land into a cemetery.


OC Register: This is what the intense flooding, snow in Southern California looks like

The storm also forced evacuations in the Holy fire burn scar as well as the closure of several roadways due to not just flooding, but also mudslides, snow and all the general mayhem that comes along with it.


OC Register: Hoping to clear park encampments, Anaheim moves to fast-track third emergency homeless shelter near Angel Stadium

Anaheim is working on opening two emergency shelters early in the new year to address its share of the region’s homeless crisis, but for some city officials, even that’s not quick enough.


Daily Pilot: Newly elected Andrea Marr looks to bring spirit of service to Costa Mesa City Council

“It goes back to this idea of service,” said Marr. “The whole time I was in the Navy, I had sailors working for me and it was about more than just myself. I had to make sure they were able to live happy, successful lives.”



OC Register: California gears up for round 2 on controversial battle over more homes near transit

A controversial bill with the potential to add millions of apartments and condominiums near transit — which died in its first committee hearing earlier this year — was resurrected Monday, but with a number of significant changes.



LA Times: Legislators will consider abolishing California's scandal-plagued tax agency

Now, one lawmaker wants to abolish the state Board of Equalization, and shift its remaining duties to an agency of civil service employees.


Publication Date: December 6, 2018