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Republic Services Is New City Trash Hauler

The Santa Ana City Council has approved Republic Services as the new trash hauler for the city with the new contract starting on July 1st 2022 and, running ten years until June 30th 2032. The new contract isn’t just for trash and recycling pick up the contract also includes provisions for cleaning up public spaces […]

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Santa Ana Approves $4 An Hour For Grocery Workers

The Santa Ana City Council has approved a ordinance requiring $4 per hour raise hazard pay for grocery workers. The council voted 5-2 in favor of the ordinance which will last 120 days and, largely be for the large national grocery chains. City Manager Lori Ann Farrell Harrison said the ordinance would apply to about […]

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Santa Ana Council Split On Grocery Workers Hazard Pay

The Santa Ana City Council is divided on if to require $4 per hour hazard pay for Santa Ana grocery workers. If enacted the law would require grocery stores to pay their employees an extra $4 per hour for four months. The council will decide by March if they want to enact this law with […]

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Grocery Workers $4 An Hour Boost In Pay?

The City Of Santa Ana has directed its staff to investigate a proposed city ordinance that would pay essential grocery and pharmacy workers an additional $4 an hour in Santa Ana.

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Santa Ana Approves Mask Requirement

The Santa Ana City Council has approved a mask mandate after the Mayor and Mayor Elect got unanimous support for such a mandate. The cities population has been especially vulnerable during the current pandemic because of its high density housing. The goal of the new mandate is to get everyone to wear masks and, only […]

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