January 29, 2019

Orange County

OC Register: Housekeeper at Marriott in Irvine sues over guest sexual misconductV

Leticia Vallejo, a housekeeper at a Marriott hotel in Irvine, said back in the summer of 2017, a drunk male guest groped her while she was cleaning the hotel lobby bathroom. As he did so, he offered her $50.


Voice of OC: Fullerton City Council to possibly appoint someone to fill vacancy

Fullerton residents may see a City Council vacancy filled by appointment Tuesday, when the four-member Council meets to potentially decide on one of the 25 applicants for the seat, including three former council members and the Santa Ana City Attorney.


Daily Pilot: Costa Mesa council lists finances, quality of life and public safety among top priorities during workshop

Friday’s retreat in a conference room at a hotel gave council members a chance to put their heads together and discuss the programs, services and projects they would like to place on the front burner as the city enters its next budget cycle.


OC Register: Yorba Linda Water District directors and managers evaluate their leadership work

The five Yorba Linda Water District directors conduct a self-evaluation to measure their effectiveness as a board, using a process that includes input from the district’s top six managers.


OC Register: For the first time in 20 years, Huntington Beach raises metered parking fees

Annual beach parking passes, available to residents and non-residents, will remain $150. The increase is expected to add $600,0000 per year to the city’s general fund.


Daily Pilot: Plan for airport-area condo towers heads back to Newport commission after year-long delay

Koll Center Residences would group 260 luxury condos in three 13-story buildings and would include 3,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, a parking garage and a 1.17-acre public park.



Labor 411: State legislator introduces bill to revoke teacher certifications for walkouts

House Bill 2214 doesn’t stop there — it would also permanently revoke certifications of teachers who break the rule, preventing them from ever teaching in the state again.


Publication Date: January 29, 2019