September 10, 2019

Orange County

Voice of OC: Angel Stadium made $1.6 million for Anaheim since 2010

City spokesman Mike Lyster said while the stadium operations budget item includes bond repayments and maintenance spending directly tied to the stadium, it also includes spending in areas not related to the stadium like the City National Grove and The Catch.


Voice of OC: OC proposes new policy to destroy public records before two years

If approved, the new policy would let officials immediately destroy records they believe are not “required by law or County policy to be filed and preserved,” without saying it must first be imaged or copied as state law mandates.


OC Register: Demolition of San Onofre nuclear plant comes before Coastal Commission in the fall

That above-ground demolition work is scheduled to be completed within the next decade — but Edison wants to leave the below-ground structures in place until the waste is finally moved. Why not just remove everything now?


Voice of OC: OC picks lowest-ranked firm out of five for airport food spot

The bidding process ranked Brodard Express last out of five, scoring 132, with the top two bids tied at 254 points – both from a Brea-based franchisee proposing a site for Jamba Juice or the OC-based chain Bruxie.



OC Register: Kaiser announces ‘last, best and final’ contract offer for 4,000 California workers

Union leaders say they will survey its members in the coming days regarding Kaiser’s offer, and 120 union stewards plan to meet this weekend to discuss the offer as well.



OC Register: California Senate advances AB 1482, a statewide cap on rent hikes

The Assembly could take the measure up again Wednesday to vote on Senate amendments, with Friday the last day to pass state legislation. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s approval is likely since he was a key player in the compromise that led to the current version of the bill.


Daily Pilot: California expands ban on ‘willful defiance’ suspensions in schools

Under the legislation, school authorities could still remove disruptive kids from class, but would be encouraged to use alternative disciplinary practices, such as restorative justice or positive behavior support


Publication Date: September 10, 2019