On Tuesday, April 17, 2018 the Laguna Niguel City Council voted unanimously to condemn California Senate Bill 54, which conflicts with Federal Law and the U.S. Constitution. The City also unanimously voted to join the County of Orange and several other Orange County cities, at no cost to the taxpayers, in an amicus brief challenging the constitutionality of this new state law.
As an activist for victims’ rights throughout his career in public service, Supervisor Todd Spitzer is honored to stand with crime victims for the 14th straight year at the annual Crime Victims’ Survive & Thrive Run/Walk & Health & Safety Expo on Saturday, April 14.
To celebrate 40 years of providing child care for working families, Costa Mesa-based nonprofit Childs-pace’s annual “Yo Show” will feature performances by the preschool and elementary age children, staff and a special appearance by student dancers from Cypress College.
On Tuesday, March 27, 2018, facing the ire of hundreds of residents and community leaders from Laguna Niguel and other nearby cities, the Orange County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to rescind its scheme to create “tent cities” in Laguna Niguel, Huntington Beach and Irvine.
Irvine Mayor Don Wagner and Third District Supervisor Todd Spitzer announced today that they have partnered to assess, pursue and fast-track opportunities for Veteran’s and Women’s permanent housing at the County- owned West Alton Parcel at the intersection of Irvine Blvd. and Alton Parkway