Santa Ana School Board Candidate Bruce Bauer Endorsed By Santa Ana Teachers

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Subject: SANTA ANA SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATE BRUCE BAUER ENDORSED BY SANTA ANA TEACHERS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Robert Cole

714-978-9510 – rcole@cwa9510.org

Santa Ana, CA

The Communications Workers of America (CWA), Local 9510, is pleased to announce that it has endorsed Bruce Bauer for Santa Ana Unified School Board. CWA, Local 9510, represents, in part, the hard working substitute teachers in the Santa Ana Unified School District, so it is true that Bruce Bauer has been endorsed by numerous “Santa Ana Teachers.” “Bruce Bauer is eminently qualified for this position and carries a wealth of experience and knowledge that will benefit the students of Santa Ana. The students and substitute teachers of Santa Ana Unified School District deserve Bruce Bauer’s experience and commitment to excellence in education.” Kenneth R. Williams, President, CWA Local 9510.

Garden Grove Firefighters Endorse Kim Bernice Nguyen for Garden Grove City Council District 6

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 9/15/2016

Contact: info@kimnguyen2016.com
Garden Grove Firefighters Endorse Kim Bernice Nguyen for Garden Grove City Council District 6
 Garden Grove, Calif. – Garden Grove Firefighters of IAFF Local 2005, have endorsed Kim Nguyen for Garden Grove City Council, District 6.  This distinguished and dedicated association of Garden Grove Firefighters represents over 100 men and women who keep our city safe and who have long proven their courage and devotion to serving the greater Garden Grove community. The Garden Grove Fire Department was founded in 1926 and its Firefighters have dutifully, diligently, and heroically protected our city for 90 years. There are a total of seven stations strategically located throughout Garden Grove, including one in City Council District 6.

Santa Ana School Board Candidate Bruce Bauer Caught Lying On His Candidate Statement

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Barbara Pearson
714-542-6758 – SAEAPresident1@gmail.com

Santa Ana, CA   Attorney and Santa Ana School Board candidate Bruce Bauer was caught misleading voters on his candidate statement, according to a judge’s ruling earlier this week. Bauer claimed in his candidate statement (which is sent to every registered voter in the district in a sample ballot) that he was endorsed by “Santa Ana Teachers.” The union that represents Santa teachers, the Santa Ana Educators’ Association (SAEA), disagreed with this statement and took this issue to Judge David Chaffee. “We take any false attempt to use our organization or the names of our teachers very seriously,” stated SAEA President Barbara Pearson. “We want to make sure that Santa Ana voters know we have not endorsed Mr. Bauer.

Loretta Sanchez Endorses Re-Election of Santa Ana Councilmember Vicente Sarmiento

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SANTA ANA – Santa Ana Councilmember Vicente Sarmiento announced today that U.S. Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez has formally endorsed his re-election to the Santa Ana City Council. “I am proud to have Congresswoman Sanchez’s support and confidence,” said Sarmiento, who presently serves as the City’s Mayor Pro Tem.  “An asset to Orange County and our community, I have enjoyed working with Loretta over the last decade to secure important federal funding for a variety of law enforcement, transportation, affordable housing, and community development programs for the City of Santa Ana.”

“I am very much looking forward to continuing to work with her next year after her election to the U.S. Senate,” continued Sarmiento. Sarmiento is a native of Santa Ana, who proudly returned home with his wife Eva after receiving his Bachelors Degree in Economics from UC Berkeley and his Law Degree from UCLA, to help make Santa Ana a thriving and vibrant city.  During his ten years on the City Council, he has championed strengthening the City’s finances, increasing funding for additional police officers and public safety resources, lowering the city’s unemployment rate, improving and repairing the city’s local streets and roads, and creating new open space in town. Voice of OC posts press releases to provide readers with information directly from organizations.

Public Asked to Weigh in on Proposed Fare Policy Adjustments 9/20-9/21

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Joel Zlotnik (714) 560-5713
Eric Carpenter (714) 560-5697
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Sept. 14, 2016

Public Asked to Weigh in on Proposed Fare Policy Adjustments 
Community meetings are planned for Sept. 20 in Laguna Hills and Sept. 21 in Anaheim, with a public hearing scheduled for Sept.

Rudy Diaz Gains Endorsement of the OCEA in Race for Rancho Santiago Community College

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Rudy Diaz Gains Endorsement of the Orange County Employees Association (OCEA) in Race for Rancho Santiago Community College 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sam Rodriguez

September 12, 2016 (714) 478-1505

Orange, CA – Orange County’s largest independent labor union, OCEA has endorsed long time Orange resident Rudy Diaz in his run for the Area 7 seat on the Rancho Santiago Community College District. “To be endorsed by OCEA, which represents 18,000 public employees throughout Orange County is an honor,” stated Diaz. I am running to ensure taxpayer funds are used to benefit our students in our community. It’s time to end the corruptive practices of our once proud community college district”.

Orange County Coastkeeper Seeks to Grow Board of Directors

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September 7, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Lauren Zerweck, lauren@gomixte.com, 619-315-1905

 
Orange County Coastkeeper Seeks to Grow Board of Directors
Qualified community leaders invited to protect local waters
ORANGE COUNTY, September 7, 2016 – Orange County Coastkeeper invites interested residents to join its board of directors to protect local waters. The nonprofit environmental organization advocates for fishable, swimmable, drinkable and sustainable water in Orange County, with programs targeting marine restoration, water conservation and water quality enforcement. “Since our founding, Coastkeeper’s board of directors has led us to tackle local water quality from every angle – from litigation to weekend cleanups,” says Orange County Coastkeeper Board Chair Steve Bone. “We’re looking for the right people to join in keeping our waters clean and beautiful for future generations to enjoy.”

Coastkeeper seeks to fill three positions on its board of directors.

CFE 1911 and CFCE 4794 Endorse Jerry Patterson

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COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACULTY UNION AND CLASSIFIED UNION ENDORSE FORMER CONGRESSMAN JERRY M. PATTERSON FOR AREA 2 TRUSTEE. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 7, 2016
Contact: Ann Holliday, CFE COPE Chair
Email: unionann@aol.com

 

Costa Mesa – The Coast Federation of Educators and The Coast Federation of Classified Employees announce their endorsement of former Congressman and long-time Coast Trustee for re-election to the Coast Community College Board of Trustees. “Jerry Patterson has worked tirelessly to ensure that students and faculty at Orange Coast College, Golden West College, and Coastline college have the finest facilities and resources to work and learn,” said Rob Schneiderman, President of the Coast Federation of Educators, the union representing Coast District faculty. “With Jerry Patterson on the Board of Trustees, we have weathered tough times successfully, and the Coast District colleges have become top transfer institutions.”

Longtime Finance Executive Selected to Lead Magnolia Public Schools Board

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For Immediate Release                         Contact:   Molly O’Brien
September 14, 2016                                         Larson Communications
(703) 863-8773

                                                     
LONGTIME FINANCE EXECUTIVE SELECTED TO LEAD MAGNOLIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD
Noël Russell-Unterburger, VP of Finance and IT for YWCA of Greater Los Angeles and Magnolia parent, to continue to strengthen organization’s operations
 Los Angeles, CA – Magnolia Public Schools announced today that successful business and financial executive and Magnolia parent Noël Russell-Unterburger was unanimously voted the new chairperson of the board for Magnolia Public Schools, a network of 10 high-performing public charter schools that serves close to 4,000 students throughout Southern California. Russell-Unterburger’s immediate goals are to ensure that the organization’s operations and existing systems stay strong. An accounting and finance expert, she has worked on developing and strengthening internal controls at different organizations throughout her career. The California State Auditor formally closed in July its exhaustive review of the schools concluding that they are operationally sound and financially responsible with taxpayer funds. “I have watched Magnolia go from an organization that started out on multiple QuickBooks accounts to one that is now operationally strong and with systems in place to ensure accountability and transparency,” said Russell-Unterburger, who has served on Magnolia’s board since 2012, and has had two children attend its schools.

County Approves Homeless Shelter, Armory Shelter Operator

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 13, 2016

Contact: Jean Pasco
(714) 834-7218
Jean.pasco@ocgov.com
County Approves Homeless Shelter, Armory Shelter Operator
(Santa Ana, CA) — The Orange County Board of Supervisors has selected Mercy House Living Centers Inc. to operate a new 200-bed year-round emergency shelter and multi-service center in Anaheim to serve those without permanent housing, as well as operate seasonal cold-weather shelters at National Guard armories in Fullerton and Santa Ana. Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to select Mercy House, which for years has partnered with the County to provide emergency shelter and housing services. The new center in Anaheim will be located at 1000 N. Kraemer Place and is expected to be opened late next year. “We look forward to a new partnership with Mercy House in Anaheim as we create this much needed facility within our county,” Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Lisa Bartlett, Fifth District, said.