Retired labor leader Nick Berardino reflects on the effort to establish the county’s first veterans’ museum. County homeless czar Susan Price charts out a strategy for combating homelessness. County supervisors get called out for politicking with public resources.
Varasteh, candidate for 45th Congressional District questions why Mimi Walters continues to support Donald Trump amidst groping allegations and despite Walter’s co-sponsorship of legislation designed to prevent sexual assault.
San Clemente resident Jerry Collamer expounds on Orange County Toll Road Agency efforts to extend their oft-rejected SR 241 Foothill Toll Road through the backcountry wilderness and down around a world class surf destination, Trestles Beach.
Santa Ana is getting attention recently with national planning awards and profiles in the LA and NY Times. But resident and activist Luis Sarmiento argues the media is not properly crediting resident-led development for transforming the city.
Holzmanm views the tangled mess of homelessness, addiction, incarceration and mental illness as a top priority. Orange County must change its way. Can OC deal with these problems in a compassionate manner?
While county supervisors just ushered in a new animal shelter, Rose Tingle calls on the rest of OC to step up, wondering why there are four nonprofit humane society campuses offering adoptions and teaching humane education to children in San Diego vs zero campuses in Orange County currently.
Before you attend tonight’s Santa Ana City Council Candidate Forum, Tuesday, October 11th, 6:30pm, at Latino Health Access at 450 W. 4th St., Santa Ana, read about the people who want to run your city in their own words.