Sep. 23, 2020

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Orange County allowed all of its schools to reopen Tuesday for the first time since March. Teachers say schools still aren’t ready to welcome students and staff back on campus safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

NMUSD employees rallied in a motorcade Sunday to protest the district’s reopening schools next week, saying supplies and personnel are not in place and union talks are still ongoing.

Two incumbents and two challengers are running for two open seats on the Costa Mesa Sanitary District’s Board of Directors, while a sitting director on the Mesa Water District board will face off against one challenger.

Two incumbents — including current Newport-Mesa Unified School District board president Martha Fluor and board member Dana Black — are not seeking re-election.

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Orange County allowed all of its schools to reopen Tuesday for the first time since March. Teachers say schools still aren’t ready to welcome students and staff back on campus safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Daily Pilot’s e-newspaper includes Wednesday’s coverage of Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, Laguna Beach, Fountain Valley and other parts of Orange County.

TimesOC’s e-newspaper includes all eight pages of Sunday’s coverage of Orange County.

Thousands of protesters have converged in Orange County to speak out about the death of unarmed Black man George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis police, as well as other Black men, women and children who have died at the hands of police.

Honoring this year’s graduating seniors from high schools in Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, Laguna Beach and other parts of Orange County.

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