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  • October 17, 2023

Santa Ana could give non-citizens a vote in local elections

Reporting by Lucero Garcia and Lizeth Martinez  An estimated one in four Santa Ana residents could cast a ballot in

Business owners protesting at city council meeting.

Los negocios de la Calle Cuatro dicen que la comunidad Latina está siendo expulsada

Los propietarios de negocios en la Calle Cuatro expresaron las dificultades que enfrentan por la construcción del OC Streetcar y

Business owners protesting at city council meeting.
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  • March 30, 2023

Downtown small businesses say the Latino community is being pushed out 

Downtown Santa Ana’s small business owners took to City Hall on Tuesday to voice the struggles they’re facing in light

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  • March 28, 2020

Struggling to pay rent because of COVID-19? The city’s new executive order could help

The City of Santa Ana enacted a moratorium on residential and commercial foreclosures and evictions last Thursday, preventing any tenant

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  • March 17, 2020

City enacts protections against evictions, utility shutoffs and price gouging

Santa Ana City Council passed an emergency resolution Tuesday that supports protections from eviction, prevents utility shut-offs and enacts other

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  • April 17, 2019

Centennial Education Center Will Stay Open for Two More Years

The Rancho Santiago Community College District Board of Trustees unanimously approved a license extension agreement with the City of Santa

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  • November 5, 2018

Santa Ana Might See a New Mayor for the First Time in 24 Years

Miguel Pulido may come to the end of his 24-year run as mayor of Santa Ana. Pulido takes credit for

City Enacts New Food Truck Regulations

After a 30-day continuance, on April 18 the Santa Ana City Council unanimously voted in favor of a food truck ordinance with new and stricter regulations.
According to council members, food trucks pose traffic hazards and special dangers for children and adult residents.