Anaheim officials approved a new project by Anaheim Ducks owners that will delay the city from getting its share of Honda Center revenue while the team owners pay down the bonds.
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The proposed facility didn’t have many details to show the public, with city staff promising more information will come as it’s developed.
OC has jumped to the front of the new system’s rollout, while critics openly wonder whether officials here are knocking out its local support beams.
After years of resident complaints, some Fullerton streets are finally going to get a makeover with help from one-time federal COVID bailout dollars.
State agencies now move forward with studying a site at Gypsum Canyon and producing a cost-estimate for how much the cemetery site costs.
The questions come as Orange County looks to implement the new system aimed at addressing severely mentally ill homeless people over the next year.
Council members are also slated to issue a $400 million bond to help development of the $4 billion proposal – a debt city officials say will be paid for by the Anaheim Ducks.
Precise details on the stadium are nearly nonexistent, with city staff asking to take a more in depth look at what it would take to build the facility.
DAILY: As of Tuesday, September 13: 1,422 new daily cases, a 9.1% 7-day positivity rate, 24 new deaths (7,389 total) and 189 hospitalizations with 26 in ICU, per OC Health Care Agency data.
VACCINES: As of the most recent vaccine data through Tuesday, September 13, 2,348,277 people are fully vaccinated and 2,555,467 people have at least one dose, according to the OC Health Care Agency. The agency shows 1,377,809 residents have a booster dose.
Orange County’s Taxpayer Association this month honored Voice of OC’s accountability reporting. OC Tax members voted to recognize Voice of OC coverage on how the county and cities are using Covid relief funds with a Rose Award, which was presented on Sept. 15 at the 12th Annual Roses and Radishes Awards. “Voice of OC asked the tough questions when it came to how local agencies…
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