September 4, 2019
A majority of Anaheim City Council members said they knew the January vote wasn’t a temporary stadium lease extension with Angels baseball, but a full reinstatement of the 1996 lease. But it wasn’t clear to some on the Council and to some key city staff.
The vouchers allow tenants to pay only 30% of their income toward rent, with federal assistance to pay the rest. But most landlords do not accept tenants who pay with vouchers, saying they are too burdensome.
Murals of nature’s vibrant colors and abstract art pieces have been installed as a part of the city’s Reimagine project. The effort began 10 years ago after community members voiced in a survey their interest in wanting to see more public art around town
An upcoming special election to fill a vacancy on the Santa Ana City Council, a vote that was essentially created by one legal challenge, could be facing yet more courtroom fights.
The largest tally of injury reports came from Bolsa Chica State Beach, with 124 on Saturday, 64 on Sunday and another 42 on Monday.
Four Democratic presidential hopefuls — Tulsi Gabbard, Tom Steyer, Marianne Williamson and Andrew Yang — have accepted invitations to participate in a candidates forum Sunday in Costa Mesa, according to organizers.
OC Register: California Consumer Privacy Act impacts businesses that collect and receive personal data
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), amended and signed into law Sept. 23, broadly expands the rights of consumers and requires companies to be significantly more transparent in regard to how they collect, use and disclose personal information.
Publication Date: September 4, 2019