At the May 12th meeting, the Irvine City Council ended a six-year contentious debate by adopting the citizens’ initiative to build a State-built and State-operated Veterans Memorial Park & Cemetery on the City-owned 125-acre “ARDA” site on the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station at the Great Park.Read More
Author: ICNV Staff
The signature-gathering drive to recall two unelected members of the Irvine City Council was officially suspended over the Memorial Day weekend. The all-volunteer effort, which attracted citywide support when it started earlier this year, was drastically slowed by the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
Even during this period of physical distancing, there are lots of fun, free activities available online that we can do from the safety of our homes.
Irvine Community News & Views has compiled a long list of resource links to keep your family engaged and even entertained from the safety of our homes.Read More
Elected Officials in Orange County and Here in Irvine Have Failed the Test of Leadership During the COVID-19 Pandemic
It’s been common knowledge for two months that it won’t be safe to return to our normal lives without a program that incorporates testing, contact-tracing, and self-isolating.
So, why did elected officials in Orange County and here in Irvine do nothing in March and April to establish the programs that are essential in allowing our City to reopen safely?Read More
Nithin Parthasarathy is a student at Irvine’s Northwood High School whose passion for sustainability and food equity led him to establishing the Zero Waste Initiative.
While eating at Bruegger’s Bagels here in Irvine, Nithin noticed workers throwing away surplus bagels that they couldn’t sell at the end of the day. Realizing that a lot of shops throw surplus food away, Nithin decided to take action.Read More