April 3, 2019
A federal judge, expressing his frustration Tuesday at the lack of appropriate shelter in Orange County for homeless people with severe mental illnesses, suggested they might ultimately be sheltered and treated on a large tract of block-sized parking lots surrounding a federal complex in the affluent suburb of Laguna Niguel.
The changes are aimed at ensuring that the city’s anti-camping laws are not only enforceable in the long term, but work in conjunction with the temporary 50-bed homeless shelter scheduled to open Friday.
Daily Pilot: Huntington Beach takes step toward ending ‘evergreen’ contract with trash hauler Republic
The current 15-year pact began in 2006. There is a three-year process to terminate the contract’s annual automatic one-year extensions.
OC Register: Santa Ana offering $500 rebate for residents on car purchases in town to offset higher city sales tax
The Vehicle Incentive Program, unanimously approved by the City Council last month, is being implemented to help mitigate the city’s 1.5 cent sales tax that also went into effect April 1.
Since 1960, renters’ incomes increased by only 5% while rents have risen 61%. Whoever wants to be president should say how they’ll solve this crisis.
The complaint, filed on behalf of two employees at Walt Disney Studios, LaRonda Rasmussen and Karen Moore, asks for back pay, lost benefits and other compensation. Walt Disney Studios has offices in Burbank and Glendale.
If you thought that tariffs hurt farmers, closing the Mexico border, or a substantial part of it, would have a huge negative impact on the U.S. economy.
Publication Date: April 3, 2019