March 6, 2019
Daily Pilot: Costa Mesa council OKs $6.9-million purchase of property near John Wayne Airport for long-term homeless shelter
The unanimous vote was greeted with a smattering of applause from a meager but patient audience that waited until almost 1 a.m. for the decision.
After two city council meetings, stalled by hours of residents decrying the project in public comments, as well as a mobilized opposition by Park Santiago’s neighborhood association, city council members refused to vote on the proposal.
Mayor Harry Sidhu says resources are expected to come from “new city revenue” generated by economic development, such as the draw to the resort area that Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opening is expected to have.
Orange County Fair Board members Thursday gave their initial thoughts on how best to incorporate the A-4 Skyhawk aircraft into the Costa Mesa fairgrounds property
Interested in shaping the future of Westminster Mall? Input is being sought on the 2040 Draft Vision for the shopping center at Bolsa Avenue and Goldenwest Street through an open house. The event will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12
OC Register: California will audit school districts to find out how many homeless students there are
In California, schools are legally required to identify homeless students, provide services to those students and report the data back to the state, yet a quarter of all schools in the state say that none of their students are experiencing homelessness.
Publication Date: March 6, 2019