December 6, 2019
A group of 50 Orange residents, with a 4-year-old llama named Little Bear in tow, delivered more than 13,200 signatures to Orange City Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 4 in an effort to have voters decide on the future of a 128-home housing development off of Santiago Canyon Road.
After months of official silence on the future of Angel Stadium, Anaheim officials are now gearing up to quickly sell the stadium facility and the 153-acres around it to a development company that includes the owner of the LA Angels, with a special public hearing on the sale now scheduled for Dec. 20.
A residential and commercial development on the site where the First American building sits in downtown Santa Ana got the go-ahead from the city this week, along with plans for a phased demolition.
OC Register: Ex-sergeant alleges dozens of internal affairs complaints were buried by OC Sheriff’s Department without investigation
Supervisors hid or had some files destroyed, according to retired sheriff’s sergeant who testified in a closed-door personnel hearing.
OC Register: Here’s how Orange County cities are celebrating the holidays, you’re sure to find something fun to do
One of the events is Holiday Lights. If you think your home shines a little bit brighter, you can enter it for judging in the annual Anaheim Beautiful Holiday Lights contest. Nominations must be received by Dec. 15.
Income inequality in the United States has hit its highest level since the Census Bureau started tracking it more than five decades ago, according to data released Thursday, even as the nation’s poverty and unemployment rates are at historic lows.
Publication Date: December 6, 2019