Voice of OC: Irvine Veterans Cemetery Remains In Limbo While Some Push City Council To Move Forward Now

Over the past few years, the argument has boiled down to a decision between two sites on the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station, one set on a strip of runway and hangars and the other on land zoned to become a golf course. 

State legislators, led by Orange County Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva voted in 2019 to study those sites in Irvine to see what would be the best deal for state taxpayers. 

Acupuncture Advocacy: CSOMA CA Legislation Update & Upcoming Town Hall

February 2021 Press Release:  Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva (D – Fullerton) and the California State Oriental Medicine Association (CSOMA) introduced the first bill in California to ensure a nationally recognized standard for the delivery of acupuncture medicine throughout the state.

EIN News: OAKMONT SENIOR LIVING OPENS NEW LUXURY COMMUNITY IN FULLERTON, CALIF.

Oakmont Senior Living continues to expand its network of luxury senior living communities in California with the opening of Oakmont of Fullerton on March 1. The opening of the brand-new community was celebrated with a festive vaccination clinic for new residents and team members on Feb. 28 and a socially distanced ribbon cutting attended by Fullerton Mayor Pro Tem Nick Dunlap, representatives from Assembly Member Sharon Quirk-Silva’s office and County of Orange Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Doug Chaffee’s office, plus members of the North Orange County Chamber

 

My LA News: State Clears Theme Parks, Stadiums To Reopen, With Strict Capacity Rules

Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva, D-Fullerton, who introduced a bill to reopen theme parks, said initially officials were eyeing a plan that only allowed Orange County residents in Disneyland and Knott’s.

Quirk-Silva said the state’s move makes her bill moot, but the legislation could be kept available as a shell bill for something related. Hearings were scheduled in Sacramento next week on youth sports, she said.

Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva Makes Progress for Reopening of Theme Parks, Sports, and Outdoor Activities

Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva Makes Progress for Reopening of Theme Parks, Sports, and Outdoor Activities

ORANGE COUNTY, CAAssemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva (D – Fullerton) is enthusiastic about Governor Newsom’s recent announcement of his new blueprint for the return to Outdoor Activities, including Theme Parks, live performances and Sports with fans in California.  This new blueprint was developed after the persistent effort of Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva with he

Hollywood Reporter: Disneyland v. Gov. Newsom: When Will the Standoff Over Reopening End?

The iconic Anaheim park is a vaccination site while the Hollywood giant is locked in a stalemate with the embattled Democrat to speed up the return of visitors and employees.

It’s the quiet Mike Morrison finds most striking. A Disneyland Resort employee for 16 years, the manager of engineering services for Anaheim’s California Adventure Park is used to the bustle that accompanies one of the most popular theme parks in the world. But for nearly one year now, the Disneyland Resort has been shuttered amid the pandemic.

Lake County - Record Bee: Assemblymember Quirk-Silva urges Gov. Newsom to reopen theme parks

Assemblymember Quirk-Silva urges Gov. Newsom to reopen theme parks

Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva (D – Orange County), Chair of the Arts, Entertainment, Sports, Tourism, and Internet Media Committee, introduced Assembly Bill 420 (AB 420), Safe Theme Park Reopening, on Feb. 4, 2021 and continues to work tirelessly in her efforts to help state theme parks return back to business and create a safe pathway to recovery.