The proposed location of an Orange County Homeless Resource Shelter will likely dominate Tuesday’s 6:30 pm City Council meeting. The agenda item presents the first reading of an ordinance that amends zoning classifications that affect the area surrounding the site, located at 301 S. State College Blvd.
Rusty Kennedy, the Executive Director of Orange County Human Relations, sent the letter posted below to FullertonStories.com and other media outlets.
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The council meets 6:30 at City Hall, 303 W. Commonwealth Ave.
By Rusty Kennedy/OC Human Relations --Fullerton is close to taking a step forward in enabling the County and non-profit organizations to effectively address homelessness in our community.The multi-service, low-threshold year-round homeless shelter that the County of Orange is planning at 301 S.
State Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva said she voted for a controversial bill last week because it “will clarify the legal obligation schools have to give transgendered students equal opportunity at schools.”AB 1266 would allow transgender students to take part in school sports and other sex-segregated activities, and use sex-segregated facilities “consistent with his or her gender identity, irrespective of the gender listed on the pupil’s records.” The bill passed the Assembly 45-24 along party lines May 9, and will return to the Assembly for a final vote after a state Senate review.
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