April 11, 2019
The State of the City luncheon, presented by the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce, gave Mayor Katrina Foley a chance to not only shine a spotlight on what the city has done lately but also to detail some ongoing projects and overarching priorities.
The city’s move to bring a shelter online is part of a larger effort by 13 cities in north Orange County, also known as the county’s North Service Planning Area (SPA), to combat homelessness and address the federal lawsuit that was filed in January 2018.
OC Register: Orange County turns to Gov. Newsom to extend use of Fullerton Armory for homeless night shelter after National Guard says no
Without intervention from the governor, the winter shelter programs at the armories in Fullerton and Santa Ana will end on Thursday, April 11, when homeless people at the facilities must be out by 6 a.m.
Getting an extension form in on time doesn’t mean late filers have more time to pay. The money owed — or at least the best estimate of what’s owed — still must be paid by April 15.
Daily Pilot: Veterans and others salute fallen service members at traveling Vietnam memorial in Costa Mesa
About 50 volunteers from around Orange County gathered Wednesday to help build the mobile exhibit created by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund. The Wall is open for viewing 24/7 through Sunday.
AFSCME Local 3299, UC’s largest employee union, asserts that employees have faced workplace retaliation for their participation in the union and filed an unfair labor practice complaint against the university system with the state Public Employment Relations Board on March 25.
Publication Date: April 11, 2019