The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to purchase an empty building in Anaheim as the site of a new 200-bed year-round emergency shelter and multi-service center to serve the homeless.
Local voters will be asked on the June 7 ballot to form an Orange County Campaign Finance and Ethics Commission and make related changes to the County Campaign Reform Ordinance, as well as approve a change to the County Charter, after a majority vote Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors.
An ad-hoc committee comprised of two members of the Board of Supervisors will examine gaps within the County's mental health system and present recommendations to their colleagues early next year, Board Chairman Todd Spitzer, Third District, announced this week. The committee was suggested by Vice Chair Lisa Bartlett, Fifth District, who will serve with Supervisor Andrew Do, First District.
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