Post-pandemic rail travel is rebounding month-to-month with rail carriers adding back schedules discontinued during the pandemic. With travel returning the key issue is not lack of demand, but the need to reposition rail service and schedules to address post-pandemic market place changes.
People with developmental disabilities rely on professional caregivers for critical, daily assistance. Unlike other businesses that can increase wages, these service providers are hamstrung by low rates set by the State of California. Unable to attract or keep professional caregivers, this essential service provider network is in crisis.
Kriz: OC’s Homeless Deaths Continue at Record Pace (41 in April) While County Celebrates “Reduction in Homelessness”
Another 41 people died without fixed abode in April, continuing at a record pace for the year and more than double rate since the onset of the COVID-19 Crisis. Yet the County chose to celebrate a 1142 person (16%) decline in homelessness between January 2019 and 2022. However, 947 people “without fixed abode” died in…
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