February 5, 2020
Fullerton resident Joshua Ferguson is trying to get an Orange County Superior Court Judge to throw out most, if not all, of the lawsuit against him for publishing secret city hall documents, including how a former city manager got away with potential drunk driving.
At an update Tuesday in federal court, city officials said they plan on presenting this week to a statewide conference of city managers about their efforts to build new shelters and enforce anti-camping laws through settlement agreements.
Anaheim City Councilmembers have unanimously approved adding another 100 beds to the Salvation Army’s 200-bed homeless shelter, near the Honda Center, so the city can continue enforcing its anti-camping laws.
OC Register: Housing to support veterans, the recently homeless encouraged in vision for Fairview Development Center
Once home to hundreds of residents with developmental or intellectual disabilities, the center has been phased out. The last two residents will soon be leaving.
OC Register: Orange County is getting 2 armored vehicles that can rescue the wounded, even while under gunfire
Police in Anaheim and Huntington Beach will each get one from Terradyne Armored Vehicles, a small Canadian company, in a package deal and keep them poised for any active-shooter situation.
The mild uptick in filings may be tied to last year’s modest cooling of the economy, regionally and nationally, hitting hardest folks who bet on boom-like days continuing.
The outcome Wednesday followed months of remarkable impeachment proceedings, from Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s House to Mitch McConnell’s Senate, reflecting the nation’s unrelenting partisan divide three years into the Trump presidency.
Publication Date: February 5, 2020