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The City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to deny ValueRock Realty’s zone change request for the Gardens property on the northwest side of Marguerite Parkway and La Paz.  

With the Council’s action, Mayor Wendy Bucknum said the project is “dead on arrival and not permitted to move forward.”

The City Council on Tuesday, May 10 will consider the Planning and Transportation Commission’s recommendations to deny ValueRock Realty’s zone change request for the Gardens property on the northwest side of Marguerite Parkway and La Paz. 

All 120 Ballot Drop Boxes countywide will open soon for the upcoming 2022 Statewide Direct Primary Election on June 7. 

Ballot Drop Boxes will be open around the clock during the May 9 to June 7 voting period. 

To find the Ballot Drop Box locations and Vote Centers in Mission Viejo, visit https://cityofmissionviejo.org/elections

The Orange County Registrar of Voters is seeking customer service representatives for the California Statewide Direct Primary Election on June 7.

More than 600 positions are available at vote centers throughout Orange County. Duties include processing and assisting voters, issuing ballots, accepting Vote-By-Mail ballots and more. Four-day training begins in late April and the work commitment is 7 or 13 days.

The City Council on Tuesday, March 22 will consider different measures to help prevent overdose deaths from the fentanyl crisis as well as thefts skyrocketing throughout the country.  

Council Members will consider a resolution of support with the Orange County Board of Supervisors and law enforcement designed to eliminate the threat of fentanyl in our community. Third District Supervisor Don Wagner will be on hand for the presentation and to give an update on the region.