Jenny January 22, 2015

On September 30 of this year, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 270, banning grocery and convenience stores from selling single-use plastic bags, but allowing the sale of more environmentally inoffensive, reusable bags made by certified third party manufacturers. These bags, which have to meet standards for labeling, durability, material makeup, and […]

Jenny December 2, 2014

by Vickie Vértiz Even though a founding corporate sponsor has not been secured by city officials, the transit station is still slated to open on December 6. The move will likely create a budget shortfall for the station operations expenses in the next seven months, said The Orange County Register. The Anaheim Transportation Intermodal Center […]

Jenny October 28, 2014

The City of Anaheim is partnering with Renewable Farms to develop a food supply system for local non-profits and businesses, as well as develop a youth training and education program through an innovative agricultural program called Aquaponics. This collaboration aligns with the City’s focus on “prevention” projects to expand life experiences and opportunities in the […]

Jenny June 10, 2014

After many years of dedicated service to our country, many service men and women return home with the daunting task of finding employment in a very competitive job market. The Anaheim/OC Job Fair Committee, chaired by Mayor Pro Tem Kris Murray, will honor these brave men and women by providing them with VIP treatment on June 11 at […]

admin May 30, 2014

Zoey Van Jones Brow Studio Honored By Bank with $25,000 in Prizes & Services Other Small Businesses Can Enter Contest Through June 30 (Pictured from left: Lisa Stevens, Wells Fargo executive vice president and head of small business banking and Zoey Van Jones, owner of Zoey Van Jones Brow Studio at Wells Fargo Works Webisode […]

admin May 28, 2014

The fracking moratorium bill, SB 1132, cleared its last committee last week and will be voted on by the full Senate this week. We don’t know yet if we have the votes to pass the bill — but we know we’re close. So we need to turn up the heat on senators who haven’t committed […]

admin May 1, 2014

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Board of Directors today approved a $927.2 million contract to Regional Connector Constructors, a joint venture between Skanska USA Civil West California District, Inc. and Traylor Brothers Inc. to design and build the Regional Connector Transit Corridor Project. The Regional Connector light rail project will complete a […]

admin October 18, 2013

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome Jesse Dillon as he takes the helm as Vice President of Marketing and Sales for HLR, LLC. He will be responsible for working with the advertising sales team to develop new business, implement our new marketing strategy and enhance our community relationships. Jesse is an accomplished […]

admin September 27, 2013

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. joined business owners, legislators and dozens of working Californians Wednesday in Los Angeles and Oakland to sign AB 10 by Assemblymember Luis Alejo (D-Salinas), which will raise the minimum wage in California from $8.00 per hour to $10.00 per hour. AB 10 will raise California’s minimum wage in two one-dollar […]

admin September 9, 2013

Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) joined workers from 30 Los Angeles County area fast food chains Thursday, as well as members of SEIU Local 721, to call for wage increases to $15 per hour. Rep. Chu released the following statement: “A full day’s work deserves a full day’s pay, and I applaud the brave men and […]