Orange County Board of Supervisors

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Orange County Board of Supervisors Approve Technology Services for Older Adults On Tuesday, September 14, 2021, the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved over $2.4 million to provide iPads for older adults and help bridge the digital divide. Data plans, training, technology support, and a subscription to an online platform …continue reading

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Orange County is expanding Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation services for children up to eight years old. “Children have experienced unexpected stressors as a result of the pandemic,” said Supervisor Andrew Do, Chairman of the Orange County Board of Supervisors. “As students return to the classroom this fall, for the …continue reading

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Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) released the following statement after anti-Asian statements were made at last night’s Orange County Board of Supervisors meeting, directed at Supervisor and Board Chair Andrew Do: “The comments made at last night’s Orange County Board of Supervisors meeting attacking the Chair because of his Asian heritage …continue reading

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A decade-long battle over where to build a Veterans Cemetery in Orange County has finally reached bipartisan support for a site in Anaheim Hills. Yesterday, the Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed item S40A, brought forward by Supervisor Donald P. Wagner and Chairman Andrew Do, allocating $20 million from …continue reading

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The County of Orange announced that it will seek $20 million for the site development for the Veterans Cemetery at the Gypsum Canyon Site. The supplemental agenda item to allocate $20 million exclusively for the site development of the Veterans portion for the Mountain Park Cemetery location in Anaheim will …continue reading

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Orange County is partnering with a local non-profit organization to break the cycle of childhood trauma. On May 25th, the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved nearly $9.3 million for The Priority Center, formerly known as the Child Abuse Prevention Center, to break the generational cycle of childhood trauma through …continue reading

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Supervisor Katrina Foley (District 2) issued the following statement around the CDC’s latest masking guidance: “To address the confusion about masks, I wanted to share with you the attached press release issued by our Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHA) to provide clarity on the CDC’s latest recommendations regarding face …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for April 11 through April 17 include real estate fraud, a book sale, and returning Summer Concerts. Top Ten Stories for April 11 through April 17 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Torrance man and his …continue reading

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In response to public concerns over vaccine passports, Orange County Supervisors Chairman Andrew Do and Donald P. Wagner have provided statements against government-issued vaccine passports. Each Supervisor upholds that vaccinations should never be required to access government services, and government must never discriminate against its citizens. Supervisor Andrew Do said, …continue reading

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Supervisor Katrina Foley (District Two) was joined by Chairman Andrew Do (District One), Supervisor Doug Chaffee (District Four), and representatives from the Orange County Fair Board of Directors and Orange County Health Agency today, to announce the opening of the County’s third Super Pod vaccination site at the Costa Mesa …continue reading