May 10, 2019

Orange County

Stamp Out Hunger

NALC: Help feed the needy by stamping out hunger this Saturday, May 11!

To donate, simply leave a bag of nonperishable food items by your mailbox on Saturday and your letter carrier will do the rest. National partners with the NALC include the National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association, UFCW and the AFL-CIO.


Voice of OC: Santa Ana lures artists with low-rent housing

In its continuing effort to attract the creative professions to its redeveloping downtown core, the City of Santa Ana, in partnership with several private companies, will soon provide affordable housing for artists and their families.


Voice of OC: Voice of OC honored for Excellence in California Journalism awards

The Voice of OC newsroom won top honors for an infographic that exposed the dark money campaign contributions that dominated last year’s congressional elections. OCEA was one of the organizations providing start-up funds for the Voice of OC.


Business Insider: Sorry, folks, rich people actually don't 'create the jobs'

So, if rich people do not create the jobs, what does? A healthy economic ecosystem — one in which most participants (especially the middle class) have plenty of money to spend.


OC Register: Millennials living with mom: Los Angeles-Orange County, No. 3

In honor of upcoming Mother’s Day, real estate tracker Zillow studied where millennials — defined as folks aged 23 to 37 — were most likely to be living with mom — with mom alone, or mom and dad — among 50 major U.S. regions.


Daily Pilot: State looks to explore developing homeless services at Fairview Developmental Center in Costa Mesa

The lawsuit, which seeks unspecified financial damages, asserts that 11 students were coerced under duress and false pretenses into signing expulsion agreements from CdM in 2014.


Daily Pilot: State looks to explore developing homeless services at Fairview Developmental Center in Costa Mesa

In a revised budget proposal released Thursday, Gov. Gavin Newsom called for designating $2.2 million “to complete a site evaluation of disposition options” for the 114-acre, state-owned center at 2501 Harbor Blvd.



Labor 411: Boeing fired worker with 30-years’ experience when He became union steward

Boeing’s mere presence in South Carolina was already viewed as a union-busting move when the company first opened an aircraft production plant there in 2011 rather than Washington state, where Boeing had unionized operations.

Publication Date: May 10, 2019