The California Transportation Commission (CTC) today allocated more than $1.18 billion for projects to fix and improve transportation infrastructure throughout California. Senate Bill (SB) 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, accounts for more than half of this critical investment – $630 million. “California has the most heavily-traveled
Although the unemployment rate fell modestly and the number of those employed rose slightly — notably in the leisure and hospitality sector — the June employment numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics again missed expectations. Unemployment remains well above its level prior to February 2020, when COVID-19 restrictions began.
Our IT department spent a goodly chunk of the weekend updating our flagship website, oc-breeze.com, to fully utilize https, the secure protocol for transmission over the World Wide Web. Indeed, the IT department continues its work as glitches are found, untangled, and evened out. You and all our readers should
As part of a new joint effort by the State of California and the federal government, national guardsmen of the 40th Infantry Division are supporting a new mass vaccination site at California State University, Los Angeles. According to California National Guard Spc. Simone Lara, the partnership includes Federal Emergency Management
Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva (D – Fullerton) is optimistic of Governor Newsom’s proposed budget plan announced today to spend $227.2 billion that provides funding for immediate COVID-19 response and relief efforts in the state’s budget to help all Californians. As the legislature returns back to the Capitol next week, the budget
The latest issue of our popular monthly local guide is now available — our October 2020 Dining Arts and Entertainment guide (OCB DARTS). Printed copies are not available because — despite a new “monitoring” system from the State of California — all our usual distribution sites remain closed due to
Governor Gavin Newsom today announced that over $1 billion has gone back into the pockets of more than 3.6 million working Californians and their families through the California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC) and Young Child Tax Credit (YCTC). He also announced that Californians will get the raise they deserve,
Cypress College was awarded the 2020 National CyberWatch: Innovations in Cyber Security Education award for their work with Jobs Challenge last semester. This is the second consecutive year in a row that the Cypress College Cybersecurity Program is being honored. The program is led by Ben Izadi and Russ Alizadeh
Since the Cypress Police Foundation made it possible for the Cypress Police Department to adopt Donut as a vehicle for public outreach, the little guy (and his partner, PSO Julie Marquez) has been winning the hearts and minds of residents of Cypress. Now Donut has an exciting announcement!
Thank you for reading (and advertising with) Orange County Breeze! In light of the upset and uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to take Orange County Breeze World Headquarters virtual. We have been located at 11110 Los Alamitos Blvd., #211 since we began publishing in 2011. We
All traffic southbound on Bloomfield Street in Los Alamitos is being diverted to westbound Katella Avenue due to apparent police activity just south of Katella Avenue. The following information was released by the Los Alamitos Police Department via their Twitter feed: (1/2)Last night at 11:59 p.m Cypress Police Officers responded
Orange County Breeze received a takedown demand under the 1998 Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) regarding a low-resolution photo used to illustrate an article published here at oc-breeze.com years ago. Following prior experience and guidelines for the DMCA, we immediately removed the photograph. However, the demand also asserted a right