We are always reviewing the technical infrastructure that supports Orange County Breeze. Lately, that has become more acute due to intermittent outages caused by… technical difficulties. A tongue-in-check technical description might run “The webserver gets wedged so badly that the dedicated hardware has to be whupped upside the head.” This
The year ahead offers new opportunities and experiences. But as you make plans throughout 2019, be mindful of the things that can derail those plans – such as the natural disasters that affected so many families in 2018. Every area around the country is subject to natural disasters, whether they’re
The Waterfront Beach Resort, a Hilton Hotel, announces the official opening of Offshore 9 Rooftop Lounge, the latest addition to the exciting renovations that have taken place at the oceanfront resort. Offshore 9 is located on the 9th floor atop the new Twin Dolphin Tower and boasts full panoramic views
Southland Credit Union has announced a Furlough Relief Loan Program with a 0% interest line of credit to assist federal workers adversely affected by the partial government shutdown that has entered its fourth week. Southland will provide emergency loan assistance to furloughed government workers who are eligible Members with qualifying
Our flagship website, oc-breeze.com, has been experiencing intermittent outages recently. We are currently working behind-the-scenes to correct the problem. Meantime, if you see try to visit oc-breeze.com and are “timed out” please send an email to [email protected] so that we can feed some Tums to the website and get it
A bill that would offer a targeted tax incentive for those contributing to the state’s ScholarShare 529 Plan got a big boost with the introduction of Assembly Bill 211 (AB 211). ScholarShare 529 is a state-sponsored, tax-advantaged 529 college savings plan that helps families and individuals save and plan for
Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) and Onboard Dynamics, Inc. (ObDI) announced the field demonstration of new mobile compressor technology that provides on-site backup and supplemental compression at natural gas fueling stations. The new compressor, called the GoFlo® CNG80, is now being demonstrated at the Antelope Valley School Transportation Agency in
The Legislative Analyst’s Office has just published the following report: The 2019-20 Budget: Overview of the Governor’s Budget This report presents our office’s initial assessment of the Governor’s Budget. The budget’s position continues to be positive. With $20.6 billion in discretionary resources available, the Governor’s budget proposal reflects a budget
Pacific Industrial, a privately held industrial development and investment firm, has acquired a 151,000 square-foot, 9-acre multi-tenant business park in Anaheim’s “Platinum Triangle” that is directly adjacent to a property the firm already owns. Seth Davenport, Mitch Zehner and Rob Socci, all Executive Vice Presidents in the Anaheim office of
For many years, employees of companies that offered 401(k) plans only faced a couple of key decisions – how much to contribute and how to allocate their dollars among the various investment options in their plan. But in recent years, a third choice has emerged: the traditional versus Roth 401(k).
Senator Bob Huff (R-San Dimas) issued the following statement in response to new legislation that would raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour in California. “I have visited with hundreds of business owners during my service in the State Legislature,” said Senator Huff. “Their messages have a similar theme.
Senator John Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa) issued the following statement regarding the announcement of the new minimum wage legislation today: “California has the nation’s highest poverty rate. One reason is because California has been rated the worst place to grow a business for 11 years straight. “Instead of adding more road