December 3, 2019

Orange County

Voice of OC: Angel Stadium negotiations are running out of time

The city’s negotiating team, which includes Mayor Harry Sidhu, City Manager Chris Zapata and City Attorney Rob Fabela, has met with the baseball team twice to discuss the new stadium deal: Nov. 15 and Nov. 22.


OC Register: Fullerton School District is asking voters to approve borrowing $198 million through bonds

Most Fullerton voters in March will cast a ballot on three school bond measures: Two for local districts and one for schools statewide.


OC Register: Two new GOP challengers enter 2020 race against Rep. Katie Porter

The deadline for candidates to get their names on the March 3 California primary ballot, by filing paperwork with the Orange County Registrar of Voters, is Dec. 6.


OC Register: Lawsuit forces Huntington Beach to reconsider new condo proposal

The City of Huntington Beach will reconsider its earlier decision to reject a 48-unit condo project near retail and apartments, putting on hold a lawsuit accusing Surf City of restricting homebuilding at the behest of “NIMBY’s,” officials said.


OC Register: Has OC Weekly’s last edition hit stands?

In a written statement sent several hours later, McIntosh said he’s in talks to sell the paper to an unnamed buyer.


OC Register: Tustin council members will ask voters a dicey question: Will you pay us, please?

Lenny Vega, 18, of Costa Mesa and a 17-year-old Costa Mesa girl were taken into custody on suspicion of making terrorist threats, the Costa Mesa Police Department said Tuesday.



OC Register: Anaheim considers ‘local hire’ agreement for about $260 million in projects

A proposed new agreement would push contractors who bid on city projects in Anaheim to hire more veterans, formerly homeless people and residents of the city or Orange County


Publication Date: December 3, 2019