Author Archives: Editorial Staff

Anaheim Police Hosting Bike Safety Event On November 9

From the Anaheim Police Department: Help us reduce bike theft by registering your bike! This FREE service helps us contact the owners of stolen bikes that we recover. Bring your bicycle and join us for the: • Bike Rodeo • Bicycle Safety Information • APD Motor Officer Exhibition • Anaheim Fire & Rescue Helmet Giveaway • Raffles (Including a Bicycle!) ...

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REMINDER: Anaheim Fall Festival and Halloween Parade On October 26

From the Anaheim Fall Festival: 2019’s Anaheim Fall Festival marks a return to homespun goodness with hand crafted old-timey carnival games, local entertainment, our pumpkin patch, the traditional Kiddie Costume Contest, the Howl-o-Ween Pooch Pawrade, and themed food offerings on Center Street Promenade. All activities will be low-or-no cost to enhance the family friendly nature of this event…come early, stay ...

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Anaheim City Council Enacts Senior Safety Net

From Councilman Trevor O’Neil: ANAHEIM CITY COUNCIL ENACTS SENIOR SAFETY NET The Anaheim City Council on Tuesday voted to enact a housing assistance program aimed at helping seniors facing sudden financial hardships in covering housing costs. The city’s first-ever Senior Safety Net is a pilot program that allocates $645,000 in federal housing grant funds for senior assistance. “For the past ...

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Take Anaheim Community Assessment Online Survey, Help Shape $250 Million In Neighborhood Investment

From Anaheim First: YOUR VOICE IS IMPORTANT – TAKE THE ONLINE SURVEY TODAY! The district-based Town Halls held weekly from August 28th thru October 2nd, facilitating the Anaheim Community Assessment, were a big success. Thank you to everyone who came out and supported these programs. Mayor Harry Sidhu and the City Council are supporting $250 million for city neighborhoods over ...

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Anaheim First: Hundreds Participate In Anaheim Community Assessment Town Halls

From Anaheim First: Anaheim First has completed the first-round of town halls in all six city council districts, successfully accomplishing a critical phase in the Anaheim Community Assessment – an innovative partnership between Anaheim First and the City of Anaheim to engage residents in the prioritization of future neighborhood investments. Jointly funded by Anaheim First and the City of Anaheim, ...

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Anaheim Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast This Wednesday, October 23 At Anaheim Convention Center

From the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce: ANAHEIM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOUNDATION HOSTS 2019 MAYOR’S PRAYER BREAKFAST WHAT:  The 2019 Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast hosted by Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu and presented by the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce Foundation. People of all faiths are invited to this inspiring morning where business partners, local leaders and Anaheim neighbors gather in the spirit of ...

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Disneyland Completes New Pedestrian Bridge Over Magic Way

Disneyland Resort’s westside parking expansion project is one step closer to completion with the addition of the new pedestrian bridge over Magic Way. The parking structure and bridge continue efforts to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow around the resort. Guests may now choose to either ride a resort tram from the Mickey & Friends and Pixar Pals parking structures, ...

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Reality Check: Disneyland Resort Values Its Cast Members

Notwithstanding the fulminations of Bernie Sanders, Jose F. Moreno and UNITE-HERE Local 11, the reality is the Disneyland Resort puts a premium on treating its cast members well.  Contrary to the muddled, archaic thinking of contemporary neo-socialists, enterprises like Disney understand they need to attract and retain good emloyees, and that they are in competition with other businesses for that ...

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Rediscovering The Wisdom In American History

[From the Editor: We live in a time when a highly-ideological cadre of academics and educators, with growing boldness, seek to use our public schools as vehicles teaching our youth to view America’s founding and history in a warped and negative way. This is evident in the model state ethnic studies curriculum being fashioned for use in public high schools. ...

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