SACRAMENTO – Last week, Assembly Member Tom Daly (D- Anaheim) and Assembly Member Bill Brough (R- Dana Point) introduced Assembly Bill (AB) 346, a bill to allow cities to extend their Low to Moderate Income Housing Fund (LMIHF) dollars towards homelessness services, transitional housing, or emergency housing – in addition to affordable housing.
November 18, 2016 (Orange, Calif.) – Heather Stratman, chief executive officer of the Association of California Cities, Orange County (ACC-OC) was named a “Woman to Watch in 2017” by the California Women’s Leadership Association (CWLA) during their annual luncheon. The CWLA highlights the amazing work of women leaders throughout Orange County and recognizes those who […]
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 […]
August 4, 2016 (ORANGE, CA) – From healthcare to public safety, Orange County’s homelessness problem can cost cities millions of dollars each year. These costs can stand in the way of more impactful policies to assist the homeless. However, a new study, led by the University of California, Irvine and in partnership with the Association […]