Friday Update: June 24, 2022



ROSSMOOR:  RCSD seeks input on street sweeping; a look at OC’s ground water resources

RCSD General Manager Joe Mendoza is seeking community input from Rossmoor residents regarding street sweeping.  To make that process easier the Rossmoor Homeowners Association has put a form on their website to make it easier for residents to report these instances to the RCSD General Manager and all five directors.
You can find the form on the website.
The RCSD will also be holding a meeting of its Community Traffic and Safety Ad Hoc Committee on Monday, June 27 at 7pm.

Water is in the news as the Golden State Water Company alerted its customers that we will be transitioning to a Stage 2 situation.  Why is Rossmoor (and Orange County) so far behind other counties in taking this action? Because we are sitting on top of an aquifer, a groundwater basin that is fed by snowmelt and rainwater primarily coming out of the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Mountains.   For more info check out this CBS2 report which was embedded on the site.

LOS ALAMITOS: Many records can now be viewed online

The City of Los Alamitos announced that in an effort to increase transparency, it has made various records available for immediate access.    This includes records for:

  • minutes
  • resolutions
  • contract listings

Additional records may be available by submitting a Public Records Request through the City Clerk’s Office.

St. Isidore Historical Plaza will be celebrating its state and national historic designation at a ceremony tomorrow at the Plaza.  It will take place from 2pm to 5pm.

Before that you can check out Grateful Hearts Jewelry Sale at their warehouse on 5420 Katella tomorrow from 9am-2pm.  Or you check out the Casa Youth Shelter Summer Open House Party from 10am to 1pm.    Or if your tastes run a little louder Affliction Warehouse in the Boeing area is playing host to Harleys and Hotties party organized by the Helpriders Motorcycles Attorneys.  For more events happening this weekend — including some music at the local clubs — check out our events calendar.


CYPRESS:  Summer Concert series starts today; LA County Fair Horse Race Meets starts Saturday at Los Al Track

The City of Cypress plays host to its first eight Summer Concerts on the Green — this one taking place on the Civic Center Green.   Taking the stage as the Headliners is The Trip,  band that plays music from the 60’s, the 90’s and Today’s Top 40.

Tomorrow marks the first of three daytime thoroughbred meets at the Los Alamitos Race Course this year will begin Saturday, June 25.  The nine-day Los Angeles County Fair meet will continue through Sunday, July 10. Racing will be conducted Saturday-Sunday (June 25-26) the first week, Friday-Monday (July 1-4) the second week and Friday-Sunday (July 8-10) the final week. Post time is 2 p.m.  More details can be read at the website.

SPORTS:  Los Al Football’s DeAndre Moore transfers to St. John Bosco

Los Alamitos wide receiver/safety Deandre Moore Jr. (6-0, 190) confirmed Thursday night that he has enrolled at St. John Bosco, which has received several impact transfers this offseason.  Moore, a senior who has committed to Louisville, made an immediate impact after transferring to Los Alamitos in 2021 after attending school in Las Vegas for a couple years.

Louisville football commit Deandre Moore Jr. transfers to St. John Bosco from Los Alamitos



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