Robert Loewen, chairman emeritus and former president of Orange County’s Lincoln Club, writes that the nation’s DREAM act kids need a legislative solution from Congress on immigration. Loewen writes these kids deserve consideration and the Lincoln Club’s heart is with them along with legislation that would allow them to stay in the United States and continue productive lives.
In the bid to attract an Amazon HQ to local cities, Shakeel Syed, Executive Director of Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development, writes that city leaders need to be careful about offering public subsidies to private interests.
Today, more than 100 conservation and environmental justice advocates gathered at City Hall to urge the California State Lands Commission to take a reality check and defer action on an unnecessary, expensive, and irresponsible desalination plant. If approved by state and regional agencies, the desalination plant would drive up water bills, set back climate progress, and harm ocean wildlife.
A master developer for the Dana Point Harbor Revitalization Plan has been selected by the County of Orange Board of Supervisors. By unanimous vote, the Board has selected Dana Point Harbor Partners, LLC (DPHP) as the primary developer.
The Board of Directors of the Lincoln Club of Orange County today issued a formal statement in support of federal legislation to afford an opportunity for Dreamers who qualify to remain in the United States.
The HB Huddle community group will host 48th District Congressional Candidates, Michael Kotick (D), Brandon Reiser (L), and Kevin Kensinger (I), for a free public event on Saturday Oct. 21, 2017 at Carden Conservatory Elementry School