What’s in the Event News-Enterprise – Jan. 26, 2022


Friends, family join retiring Chief Eric Nuñez on his Honor Walk

Los Alamitos Chief of Police Eric R. Nuñez officially retired Tuesday, Jan.18, 2022, after having served as the ninth Chief of Police for the City of Los Alamitos.
City officials, staff members, family and fellow police officers from surrounding cities joined the Chief as he walked along the corridor of City Hall to say goodbye to those he had worked with, shaking hands and hugging each individual.
He served as the Chief of Police in Los Alamitos from January 2016 to June of 2021, when he officially retired, but continued as Interim Chief until someone could be appointed to his position.
With nearly 25-years as Chief of Police for the neighboring City of La Palma, Chief Nuñez has served as a police officer and Chief of Police for 30-plus years…  [more]

RCSD gets annual report on Rossmoor’s urban forest

For everything Rossmoor offers its nearly 10,000 residents, among the community’s most unique amenity is a full-time arborist that literally manages the district’s more than 5,000 trees.
Mary Kingman, Rossmoor’s arborist, gave the district its required annual tree report this past week at the board’s Jan. 11 meeting.
She gave the Board of Directors an overview of the heath of trees throughout the district, reported specific metrics of … [more]

Mental health initiatives among accomplishments for year says Davidson

After 25 years in the classroom teaching American History, Los Alamitos Unified School District Board Trustee Marlys Davidson said this week that she believes during her year as President, despite an ongoing pandemic and controversy, the board managed to achieve some major accomplishments.
By now, it is no secret that the end of Davidson’s 2021 term as President ended turbulently after a hot mic incident, nevertheless Davidson said this week she remains  .. [more].

Cypress forum on elections begins public discussion of districting

After several months of discussing strategy to combat an accusation of violating state law in closed sessions, the city of Cypress finally went public with the first of a series of forums that shed little light on the topic.
Mayor Paulo Morales and Arianna Barrios, a city council member in the City of Orange and who is a paid contractor by the City of Cypress for this project, answered questions posed by … [more]

La Palma Council gets briefing on AI in local schools


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