A traveler from Wuhan, China is the first reported case of the #coronavirus in Orange County. They have been transported to a local hospital and are in good condition. However, the chance of local human-to-human transmission remains low. ... See moreSee less
PRESS RELEASE: The OC Health Care Agency’s Communicable Disease Control Division received confirmation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this evening that an Orange County, California case has tested positive for the novel #coronavirus. Read more: mailchi.mp/ochca/novelcoronavirus
Happy Chinese New Year to all those who are celebrating this weekend!🧧🎊 Today marks the first day of the Year of the Rat. Wishing you all good health, good fortune and happiness throughout the year from the #OCFourthDistrict.
Happy Belated Birthday to my Policy Advisor, Montana! 🥳 Montana’s areas of expertise are housing and homelessness-related policy, and I thank her for the amazing work she’s done this past year for the #OCFourthDistrict and the County.
"Here are major construction projects planned for Orange County’s freeways and toll roads between Jan. 18 and Jan. 24, according to the Orange County Transportation Authority, Caltrans and the Transportation Corridor Agencies."
Happy #MLKDay. Today, on this National Day of Service, let us pay tribute to the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as an influential leader in the Civil Rights Movement by volunteering our time to make a difference in our communities.
We hosted a successful third session of my Future Leaders Program where students got to hear from representatives from the Anaheim Union High School District, the North Orange County ROP, Ironworkers Local 416, and the United Steelworkers Local 105. Thank you to all the speakers for teaching us about the wonderful career opportunities that community college certificate programs, vocational schools and apprenticeships have to offer.
I’m honored to be a board member on the Orange County Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council (OCCJCC). OC Sheriff Don Barnes, Supervisor Andrew Do and I were able to share the County’s Integrated Services 2025 Vision with Anthony Williams, California’s Legislative Affairs Secretary, for Governor Gavin Newsom and express our desire to work with the State to help it implement its integrated services vision.