Good morning friends! It’s me, Paula Constance, your host of the Daily. Let’s get this weekend off to a good start with a quick rundown of the most important things happening in the city, including updates on…
- The two best SoCal cities to live in.
- The Anaheim car show.
- OC green energy cities Startup.
But first today’s weather:
Clouds give way to sun. High: 80 Low: 63.
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Here are the top stories in Orange County today:
- The two best cities to live in Southern California are…? A new report from Fortune of the 25 Best Places to Live for Families List two Southern California cities in the Top 25: Tustin (#12) and San Marcos (#20). Nestled in the heart of Orange County, Tustin offers great jobs, schools and entertainment with ‘world class shopping and dining’, Fortune said. San Marcos, a suburb of San Diego, has a population of nearly 100,000 people. It offers top-rated schools and a ‘year-round mild climate’. View the full list here.
- The Orange County Auto Show in full swing at the Anaheim Convention Center after a two-year pandemic hiatus. The OC Auto Show, which runs from Thursday, September 29 to Sunday, October 2 at the Anaheim Convention Center, will showcase the latest models of “cars, trucks, crossovers, SUVs, electric vehicles, exotics and more.” It’s also National Drive Electric Week, so visitors can ride electric vehicles with professional drivers “to experience the rapid acceleration, tight handling and performance of a variety of new all-electric vehicles from Chevy, Ford, Kia, Nissan, and VW.” Let’s go! (KTLA Los Angeles)
- Starting Saturday, power for thousands of OC residents in some parts of Orange County will come from 100 percent renewable energy sources. Buena Park, Fullerton, Huntington Beach and Irvine have all made OC Power Authority their green energy supplier. People in those communities will all automatically pay a slightly higher rate for planet-saving renewables. Enrolling or unsubscribing from the program can be done in person or online until December. (NBC Southern California)
Today in Orange County:
- Pumpkin Factory Pumpkin Patch, attractions and petting zoo 2022: Westminster Mall. (10 hours)
- Pumpkin City’s Pumpkin Farm, Kiddie Rides & Oktoberfest Beer Garden 2022: Laguna Hills. (10 hours)
- Oktoberfest – Carnival Attractions, Food and Music 2022: St. Martin de Porres, Yorba Linda. (14 hours)
- Electronic Waste Disposal and Document Destruction Event (8 am)
- 2022 Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce. (8 am)
From my notebook:
- Kodi has found a great home! “Kodi has scored an amazing home with a wonderful mother and a GSROC sister! Good luck, Kodi! We are so happy for you!” (German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County via Facebook)
- OC Parks prepares to celebrate its 125th birthday. “🎊 As Irvine Regional Park prepares to celebrate its 125th anniversary, we would like to honor a woman who helped transform the park more than 100 years ago.” (OC Parks via Instagram)
- Orange County Sheriff’s Department collects planes for charity: “On Saturday, September 24, Six Points For Kids gathered a team of 25 OC Sheriff Personnels to participate in the Special Olympics’ annual aircraft fundraiser ️.” (Orange County Sheriff’s Department, CA via Facebook)
- Orange County Department of Ed recognizes choir director: “La Quinta High School choir director, Darlene Machacon, has made it her priority to provide relevant music education that meets the social and emotional needs of students. She will be recognized on October 19.” (Orange County Department of Ed via Instagram)
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— Paula Constance
About Me: Paula is a contributing writer, author, and award-winning media producer. She is committed to media projects that empower, engage and help make the world a better place. When she’s not writing, you’ll find her walking or watching fireflies in the balmy moments before sunset. You can follow her on facebook, Instagramand Twitter.
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