OC Metro magazine asked five business leaders, including Anaheim Police Chief John Welter, for their professional goals for 2010. The feature, headlined “New Year’s Resolutions That Really Matter,” runs in the magazine’s December edition. Welter offered three, including “help community members in solving neighborhood problems.” To read the rest of his resolutions, click here.
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OC Metro magazine asked five company heads to share the lessons they learned in 2009 for a feature that runs in the December edition. Geoffrey Edmunds, president of Geoffrey Edmunds & Associates, told the magazine: “Like during other recessions, there’s an opportunity for leaders with courage and vision. We made our big move in August, [...]
The South Coast Apartment Association donated $14,400 to the Second Harvest Food Bank this week. The money will pay for about 45,000 meals for Orange County families in need. SCAA decided to make the donation to replenish resources at local food banks, which have been depleted due to the recession. To view the Orange County [...]
The Anaheim Police Department is reporting that its voice-over specialist/actor/APD reservist is appearing on a popular TV show this week. “For 24 years, Mike Villani has played several roles as ‘The Voice of Anaheim PD.’ Retirement ceremony emcee. Medal of Valor event host. Training video star. The voice-over specialist/actor/APD reservist has landed a new role,” [...]
Would it be just another football game? Few beyond campus thought JSerra Catholic High School had much of a chance leading up the Trinity League opener against cross-town rival Santa Margarita Catholic High School. Heading into the game, its varsity football program was 0-for-14 in league play. But the team had reason to be optimistic [...]
More than 450 apartment industry executives and multifamily vendors traded strategies for improving their businesses Thursday at the South Coast Apartment Association’s first-ever “Reverse Trade Show” at the Radisson Hotel in Newport Beach. ?It was the first event of its kind in California.?? The concept is similar to speed dating. Apartment industry vendors meet for [...]
The places can be marked by monuments, the people by statues, the events by anniversaries. And then sometimes history just happens, and that’s enough all on its own. “There were tons of people there,” JSerra Catholic High School’s Zac Russell said. “It was an insane environment.” And so begins an Orange County Register column about [...]
GreenbergTraurig LLP has hired former U.S. Attorney Wayne Gross at its Irvine office. The move is part of the Miami-based firm’s bid to build a team of lawyers specializing in corporate regulation and white collar crimes. “The white collar and regulatory work has skyrocketed,” Gross said. “It’s a very hot area.” Corporate securities litigation work [...]
Orange County attorney Wayne Gross was profiled in OC Metro magazine’s Hot 25 special edition, which hit newsstands today. Gross was in charge of several high-profile cases, the magazine says, including the prostitution and stock-backdating case against Broadcom founder Henry T. Nicholas and the UC Irvine fertility scandal case. Read the entire story here.
The high-rise condo market got off to a rocky start in Orange County, fueled mainly by speculators gambling that the idea would catch on here. The boom has fizzled, and around 50 condo towers on the books in O.C. since have been scrapped or mothballed. 3000 The Plaza, a 15-story luxury condo tower in Irvine [...]