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On Tuesday, December 8th at 9:00AM the Cypress Chamber will host a Free Virtual Networking meet-up using ZOOM. Our guest speaker in November will be Human Resources expert Chuck Landon who will discuss some of the legal requirements and best practices for transitioning to employees returning to the workplace after …continue reading

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Top Ten Stories for November 22 through November 28 include Amazon in Cypress, COVID-19 in Long Beach, and seasonal events. Top Ten Stories for November 22 through November 28 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Room with a view: …continue reading

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Over the Thanksgiving holiday, the Cypress Police Department encourages drivers to arrive at their destinations safely by not driving impaired. During the Thanksgiving holiday (Nov.25 – Nov.29), the Cypress Police Department will have additional officers on patrol looking for drivers suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. …continue reading

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The Cypress City Council listened to extended presentations from staff, Duke Realty, and Amazon. They listened to many, many people during the public comment segment of the public hearing for the Conditional Use Permit — although not as many as I expected. In fact, I voiced my approval. However, Councilmember-elect …continue reading

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It’s no question that COVID-19 has ushered in uncertain economic times. Cypress, like all cities in Orange County, is feeling those effects. In fact, we are staring down a nearly 10 percent unemployment rate, locally. While our elected leaders here have taken steps to support small businesses, they should also …continue reading

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Top Ten Stories for November 15 through November 21 include a return to the Purple Tier, seasonal events, and unemployment. Note: this list is based on incomplete information because of a hiccup in our installation of Google Analytics. Top Ten Stories for November 15 through November 21 are the most-read …continue reading

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Will Sides will be the station manager for the proposed Amazon last-mile delivery station at the former site of Mitsubishi Motors at Katella Avenue and Holder Street. The property stretches south from Katella to the Stanton Storm Channel and west from Holder maybe two-thirds of the way to Hope. Holder …continue reading

Soroptimist Cypress President Cindy Latsch and Judith Murphy presented grocery gift cards to Anne Hertz, Cypress Boys & Girls Club Executive Director and Samantha Johnson, Program Director for families’ Thanksgiving holiday. Cypress Soroptimist has been a force in the community for 38 years. Our mission is to improve the lives …continue reading

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After we received reports of shelves stripped of toilet paper, paper towels, and cleaning supplies at Costco and Target in Huntington Beach, Orange County Breeze sent out a field team to investigate locally in Cypress and Buena Park. We found bare and almost-bare shelves at the Target on Katella Avenue …continue reading