Census says each person not counted is a loss of federal or state funds to the tune of $2,000 per year for 10 years.
In response to coronavirus, residential and commercial tenants cannot be evicted for non-payment of rent or foreclosure.
Bottles are being distributed to most vulnerable and frontline workers.
Adopt a Senior program provides food, water and other essential supplies.
Members will assist with sorting, packing and food distribution at Community FoodBank on April 3.
Officials give updates at remote Board of Supervisors meeting.
Poised to place a C-1 commercial thoroughfare on 29 acres, the board holds off until April 7.
City Manager looks to gain support from City Council before budgeting for it.
Sheriff’s Office warns against price gouging and asks non-essential businesses to adhere to the shelter-in-place order; Health and Human Services director updates on local resources.
Supervisors insist the county is doing its part to serve the transient population.
Flying Colors owner considering classes through video.
Around 1,000 racers compete at Lazy Bumb Hare Scramble in Paicines.
Four days of seminars demonstrate techniques in painting, lighting and other repairs.
In a six-month trial, left turns from Bolsa Road will be prohibited during afternoon rush hour.
PORC wants the city to establish an urban growth boundary.
Construction will include converting an inside shoulder to create space for an auxiliary lane.
The company is infilling parts of the mined land as part of the reclamation project.
Campground reservations are hard to come by during lockdown. COVID-19 situation leaves many in the lurch.
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