The Orange County Board of Supervisors is now accepting applications from qualified candidates as they seek to fill three elected offices that are currently vacant. The Board is seeking candidates for possible appointment to the offices of Auditor-Controller, Clerk-Recorder and Public Administrator.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors will honor the Olympians who live and train in Orange County, as well as the organizations that support their Olympic endeavors, during their October 30 Board meeting.
Thousands of Orange County residents will learn how to improve their preparedness for emergencies and disasters at the 5th annual South County Disaster Preparedness Expo to be held Saturday, October 20 at the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center in Mission Viejo.
Orange County's Office of the Performance Audit Director today was recognized as an innovative government initiative by the Bright Ideas program of the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
(Santa Ana, CA) — Three County of Orange departments – the Social Services Agency, Health Care Agency, and Office of the Performance Audit Director – were selected to be honored by the California State Association of Counties (CSAC) for innovation and cost-effectiveness as part of the 2012 Challenge Awards program.
The County of Orange has won a major victory in a lawsuit filed by the Retired Employees Association of Orange County over retiree medical benefits. A U.S. District Judge has granted the County's Motion for Summary Judgment in the suit filed in November 2007.
(San Clemente, CA) - Orange County Supervisor Patricia C. Bates, the City of San Clemente and OC Parks have worked together to receive approval from the California Coastal Commission, California Regional Water Quality Control Board and Army Corps of Engineers to perform maintenance on the channel outlet at Poche Beach in San Clemente.
The County of Orange has released a statement on the filing of a lawsuit over Vehicle License Fee funding by the Attorney General's office on behalf of the California Department of Finance and the California Community Colleges.
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