Today, the Orange County Bar Association will install Nikki Presley Miliband as the 2018 OCBA President, along with the OCBA officers and board of directors. Ms. Miliband will be installed during the OCBA’s premier legal event, Judges’ Night, held at the Irvine Marriott.
After a 17-year long land use battle to stop a poorly planned hillside development, the California Supreme Court rejected the developer’s request to review the Madrona case—effectively ending all litigation.
Two reports to be released on Tuesday, January 16th, by Roots of Change, California Food and Farming Network and the California Food Policy Council (CAFPC) reveal the 2017 food and farm policy votes of California’s 120 elected state legislators, including 12 area legislators.
Right now, Orange County’s community health centers face a severe loss in funding if Congress fails to act. This inaction will limit access to essential health care services for hundreds of thousands of people.
The HB Huddle community group will host a debate between 48th District Congressional Candidates, Hans Keirstead, Laura Oatman, Harley Rouda, and Omar Siddqui, at a free public event on Saturday January 13, 2018 at Harbour View Elementary School.
Serving as Trustee and President of the Centralia School District in Buena Park has been an honor and a privilege. During my tenure, I have worked to develop summer food service programs, expand early childhood education, approve a balanced budget every year, implement local hire agreements to keep jobs in our community, and author policies that combat sexual harassment.
With coordination and support from the California Military Department and in conjunction with the County Office of Emergency Services, the Orange County Cold Weather Armory Emergency Shelters (armories) located in both Santa Ana and Fullerton will operate with extended hours on Tuesday to provide shelter and protection to the homeless community during the upcoming storm.
Beginning Monday, January 22, 2018, the County of Orange will temporarily close a portion of the Santa Ana River Trail (SART) from Memory Lane in Orange to Taft Avenue/Ball Road in Anaheim for an environmental remediation project. Upon completion of the project, estimated to last up to three months, the County will reopen the closed portion of the SART for recreational trail use during posted public access hours.
On Tuesday Jan. 2, the City of Costa Mesa filed legal action in Orange County Superior Court against the owner and operators of three large sober living homes operating in violation of the city’s ordinances.
The County of Orange Board of Supervisors approved the purchase and sale agreement with Fountain Valley School District for purchase of an office building for the OC Health Care Agency (HCA) at 265 S. Anita Drive in the City of Orange.