November 26, 2019

Orange County

Daily Pilot: Local cities prepare as major Thanksgiving rainstorm comes for O.C.

The National Weather Service forecast for coastal Orange County is for 1 to 2 inches of rain during the storm, with the heaviest rainfall hitting Wednesday afternoon accompanied by winds gusting from 15 to 30 mph.


Voice of OC: Fullerton attorneys improperly spiked number of secret city hall records allegedly downloaded by local blogger

Fullerton City attorneys have now significantly reduced the list of alleged secret city hall documents that city officials accused resident and blogger Joshua Ferguson of illegally downloading in a lawsuit filed against him and the blog earlier this year.


OC Register: Winter’s coming to Southern California: Storm to bring rain and snow

That may put a damper on plans for those traveling on the roads or in the air for the holiday, with the Auto Club of Southern California estimating that 4.3 million local residents plan to trek more than 50 miles for the occasion.


OC Register: Fullerton to begin enforcement of anti-camping ordinance to clear encampment on Gilbert Street

Starting Dec. 4, Fullerton police officers will begin enforcing anti-camping laws to clear a homeless encampment of about 25 people from Gilbert Street and Valencia Drive near the city’s airport.


OCERS: Your “Retirement Matters” Town hall Dec. 5

Take the uncertainty out of your future by attending an OCERS Town Hall meeting titled "Retirement Matters." The meeting is set for Thursday, December 5, 2019 in the Orange County Board of Supervisors Hearing Room from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Learn about retirement plan formulas, benefit calculations and OCERS funding levels.



Labor 411: Google fires four workers – oh, and they just happened to be involved In Labor organizing

Google recently canceled a regular series of companywide meetings that allowed workers to pose questions to senior executives and began working with a consulting firm that has helped companies quell unionization efforts.



Bay Area News: Is California’s most controversial new housing production law working?

So far, California city officials have approved or are still considering more than 6,000 homes proposed under the law — including about 4,500 in the Bay Area, according to this news organization’s analysis of anecdotal reports and city and county data.


Publication Date: November 26, 2019