January 30, 2019

Orange County

Daily Pilot: Meeting Wednesday to discuss plan for Costa Mesa homeless shelter

The meeting — from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Costa Mesa Senior Center, 695 W. 19th St. — will focus on the City Council-approved plan to work with Lighthouse Church of the Nazarene to develop the shelter on its property at 1885 Anaheim Ave.


OC Register: Homeless services in the LA region to continue with $172 million in federal grants

The largest share of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funds — around $114 million — is going to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, which covers most of the Los Angeles County.


OC Register: Homeless programs in Southern California get millions in HUD money to continue services

Other HUD awards included Santa Ana/Anaheim/Orange County, $23 million for 26 projects.


OC Register: Fountain Valley, once teeming with baby boomers, makes way for its 5th assisted living community

A few decades ago, baby boomers flocked to Fountain Valley to raise their own babies. Today, almost half of the city’s population is over the age of 44. Eighteen percent of its residents have celebrated their 65th birthday.


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

Commissioners will hear from representatives of developer Shopoff Realty Investments during a study session on the controversial project, a proposed “urban village” in what is currently an office park near John Wayne Airport.



OC Register: PG&E files for bankruptcy amid wildfire lawsuits

The utility filed documents in a U.S. court seeking Chapter 11 reorganization despite state investigators determining last week that its equipment was not to blame for a 2017 fire that killed 22 people in Northern California wine country.


Publication Date: January 30, 2019