In OC, it’s estimated that 80% of the nursing workforce is commuting from outside the county because they can’t afford to live there, a problem that exacerbates traffic, transportation and quality-of-life issues, ACC-OC’s Heather Stratman tells GlobeSt.com.
This month the ACC-OC partnered with Senator John Moorlach for an event to discuss the future of crime in California, taking a close look at the effects of Propositions 47 and 57 with an expert panel that weighed in on our public safety. We thank our featured panelists for sharing their expertise with us on […]
Sober living facility reform is a top priority for the Association of California Cities – Orange County (ACC-OC). We’re working with our state and federal legislators to bring about meaningful changes that empower cities and protect patients in need. Public awareness is a critical component to this strategy. Last night, the ACC-OC, along with our […]
Orange County voters will face dozens of serious questions this Election Day. One of those questions — dubbed Prop. 53 — asks whether or not we should give outside interests the power to veto local infrastructure plans funded by local taxpayers. The Association of California Cities — Orange County believes this is a terrible idea […]