Mark your calendar for upcoming Food Drives benefiting folks in need
In an effort to help residents impacted by the COVID-19 crisis and give others a chance to give back, the City will continue hosting Food Drives with fun themes and music.
Following the May 2 food drive that resulted in 8,000 pounds of food collected, the City will host additional drives from 9-11 am on May 16, May 30, June 13 and June 27 at the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center, 24932 Veterans Way.
Donations sought include peanut butter and jelly; pasta and pasta sauce; cereal, rice; hearty soups; and other food items. You can take part by placing food items in your trunk, driving up and simply popping your trunk for staff who will collect the items. You will stay in your vehicle, and social-distancing guidelines will be followed.
For more information, contact 949-470-3061 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please open the tennis courts at the rec centers—if you are opening golf courses where foursomes gather together close together at 18 Tees and in a clubhouse, why wouldn’t you let single tennis play that go no where near each other??
Also, if Carson can test all their residents for COVID and Antibody testing, why can’t Mission Viejo? Little more important than golf wouldn’t you say?
Appreciate the food drive efforts. Good job! The primary election process was also well done.
Open the lake. Open our local small businesses
You could do an online reservation system to avoid overcrowding.
We are smart enough to manage and reopen at a local level much better than the buffoons in Sacramento.
Open City Hall - Open the Council Chambers.
It is time to get back to open and transparent government.