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|670909||Reporting Traffic Problem in Irvine||Active||Local||Irvine, CA, USA||Irvine||Orange County||CA||US||I am writing to report a traffic problem located in Irvine, at
approximately (33.621857, -117.821091). This issue is substantially affecting the ability to traverse the roadways.
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|286376||Anaheim Affordable Housing Action Plan||Active||Local||Anaheim, CA, USA||Anaheim||Orange County||CA||US||The State of California has a statewide housing affordability crisis, which also manifests at the regional and local level. Based on data recently produced by the Southern California Association of Governments and California Housing Partnership Corporation, from 2000 to 2015, median rents in California have increased 25%, while median household income has declined 4%. Statewide, more than 60% of very low-income families spend upwards of 50% of household income on housing. Orange County, California is among the top 10 least affordable metropolitan markets in the nation, with 55% of Orange County renters spending more than 30% of income on rent. The most recent Regional Housing Needs Allocation numbers indicate that 37,966 units are needed to meet current housing needs in Orange County. The Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) for the City of Anaheim for the period of 2014-2021 indicates that the City has a total housing need of 5,702 units. From this allocation, the RHNA designates: a) 1,256 units for very low-income families, with incomes at or below 50% of Average Median Income (AMI), or $52,150 for a family of four; b) 907 units for low-income families with an AMI ranging from 51% to 80%, not to exceed $83,450; c) 1,038 units for moderate-income families with an AMI ranging from 81% to 120%, not to exceed $105,600; and d) 2,501 units for above moderate income families with an AMI above 120%. Demand for affordable housing in Anaheim continues to be significant. There are currently over 25,000 families on the waiting list for the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, a rental subsidy program, and 20,000 families on the interest list for referrals for affordable housing in Anaheim, units where families pay their own way but rents are generally lower than those charged in privately owned rental housing; and||2017-05-23 00:00:00||0000-00-00 00:00:00||2020-06-13 03:53:48||0||321117||Proj:192236||16768,16666,16655||999707,999708,17266,999703,999711,999709||2020-06-16 01:40:04||33.8365932||No||-117.9143012||Yes||420863||no||Project banner 286376.jpg||0||122||6506619|
|189149||One Broadway Plaza Project||Active||Santa Ana, CA, USA||Santa Ana||Orange County||CA||US||In 2004, the City of Santa Ana certified the EIR for One Broadway Plaza (State Clearinghouse No. 199101047). The Approved One Broadway Plaza Project does not allow for residential uses.
The project required a general plan amendment; amendment to the circulation element; amendment to the Midtown Specific Plan; adoption of the One Broadway Plaza Specific Development Zoning District; tentative map; vacation of Sycamore Street; encroachment permits/maintenance agreement; approval of inclusion of a portion of State-owned property; Historical Resource Commission review for demolition requests; and a State helipad permit.
Implementation of the Approved Project would impact two street segments: Main Street between 17th Street and 1st Street and Broadway between Santa Clara Avenue and 1st Street, and seven intersections (Main Street & 17th Street; Broadway Street & 17th; Main Street & Washington Avenue; Broadway Street & 4th Street; 1st Street & Flower Street; Santa Ana Boulevard & Flower Street; and Fairview & 1st Street).
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|521783||Laguna Woods Marijuana Dispensaries Advisory Vote||Active||Local||Laguna Woods, CA, USA||Laguna Woods||Orange County||CA||US||The City Council has engaged in various discussion over the years regarding the potential establishment and operation of marijuana dispensaries. The most recent discussion occurred in May 2017 and culminated in a unanimous vote to prohibit marijuana dispensaries. By that same vote, the City Council also directed staff to “agendize a City Council discussion of potential regulations permitting the establishment, location, and operation of medical and/or non-medical marijuana dispensaries should Federal laws change such that marijuana is no longer a Schedule 1 controlled substance under the Controlled Substances Act.”
At the regular meeting on May 20, 2020 – acting on a recommendation made by Mayor Pro Tem Horne – the City Council voted 3-2, with Mayor Hatch and Councilmember Moore dissenting, to direct the City Manager to draft the resolutions necessary to include an advisory vote on the November 3, 2020 ballot to solicit voter opinions on the potential authorization of marijuana dispensaries in commercial zoning districts for future consideration by the City Council.
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