Category: Blog Posts

April 6, 2019April 17, 2019

OPA Town Hall 4/8

In City of Orange Resolution 10081, adopted May 23, 2006, the OPA Board was appointed as the Planning Committee (OPAC) to consider, among other issues, the impact of certain property developments on the OPA Specific Plan. Milan Capital has proposed a project to construct 128 units on the site known as Sully-Miller and has Recirculated...

April 5, 2019April 5, 2019

Fullerton Solicits Input

If you live, work, go to school, or simply enjoy Fullerton, please consider taking the City of Fullerton’s stakeholder survey. This survey will allow respondents to create a Mission and Vision Statement for the City, comment on the current Priority Policy Statements and prioritize use of city resources for various city services and programs. It...

April 4, 2019April 5, 2019

PBS Special

Check out this PBS Special: Secrets of the Dead — Egypt’s Darkest Hour It airs on KOCE Thursday at 4 pm and Friday at 1 a.m. Covered is the evidence that the end of old Kingdom was caused by climate change. Egypt was a lot wetter before end of Old Kingdom—or use the online link.

April 3, 2019April 5, 2019

Watershed Day at the Capitol

Join California Watershed Network on April 10th for its annual Watershed Day at the Capitol. It will be a great day with legislators and informational speakers too! Register now by emailing CWN.

April 2, 2019April 5, 2019

Pre-Hike in Dilley Preserve

Today we did a practice hike at the Dilley Preserve in Laguna Beach. Stay tuned for the public hike announcement scheduled for May 18th. Here are a few photos of our adventure! Spring was definitely in the air.