Rep. Loretta Sanchez Statement On Election Of Paul Ryan As Next Speaker Of The House

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Representing California’s 46th Congressional District

STATEMENT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 29, 2015
MEDIA CONTACT
Emily Morris, 202-225-2965
Emily.Morris@mail.house.gov
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-46) released the following statement after the House of Representatives elected Congressman Paul Ryan as the next Speaker of the House:

“While we don’t see eye to eye on policy issues, I’m hopeful that Speaker Paul Ryan will strive to unite the Republican Party and help repair the dysfunction in Congress.

Community Protest/Rally: Rainbow Environmental Services TONIGHT at 5:30

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Huntington Beach, CA.

Sex and the City Hall?

Two high-level Santa Ana officials are being investigated for allegedly carrying on romantic relationships with subordinate employees. Word of the investigations follow revelations that City Manager David Cavazos is dating a city employee.

Rancho Santiago Community College District Foundation Donates Funds to Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College Associated Student Government Organizations

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Director, Public Affairs For Immediate Release

Phone: (714) 480-7503
E-mail: iannaccone_judy@rsccd.edu

 

Donations Will Assist Efforts to Provide College Students with Government and Leadership Experiences

(Santa Ana, CA) — At a regularly scheduled Board of Trustees meeting on October 26, the Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD) Foundation Board donated $10,000 to the Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College Associated Student Government organizations to help provide students on both campuses with important government and leadership opportunities.

OCMVCD: Invasive Mosquitoes Found In Garden Grove

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Mary-Joy Coburn (714) 971-2421
mjcoburn@ocvcd.org
Public Affairs Coordinator
Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District

Maria Stipe (714) 741-5106
Deputy City Manager
City of Garden Grove
Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Today, the Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District (OCMVCD) informed City officials that invasive mosquitoes have been found in Garden Grove.