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    1. Mission Viejo Continues To Bustle With Business Activity

      Mission Viejo Continues To Bustle With Business Activity

      New businesses continue to open in Mission Viejo and others are coming our way. Here is a summary of the latest business activity:

      Retail stores in GreenStreet Mission Viejo, the new commercial center at Marguerite Parkway (south of Avery) continue to open including BurgerIM, La Vie Nail Spa, Seville Classics (a container-type store) and the carwash, with Saffron Mediterranean Grill following soon.

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    2. Mission Viejo Council Approves Acquisition Of Golf Course

      Mission Viejo Council Approves Acquisition Of Golf Course

      To preserve more than 100 acres of open space and connect the heart of Mission Viejo, the City Council this week approved the acquisition of the Casta Del Sol Golf Course. On Tuesday, Mayor Greg Raths signed the paperwork to open escrow on the property, which is expected to close on November 8.

      The Council's move will provide the community with convenient access and a one-of-a-kind walking and biking amenity

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    3. Mission Viejo Faces Power Shutoff Chance During Red Flag Warning | Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      Mission Viejo Faces Power Shutoff Chance During Red Flag Warning | Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      Roughly 13,000 Southern California Edison customers across the Southland were without power Thursday thanks precautionary power shutoffs due to gusting Santa Ana winds. Los Angeles County communities includes Chatsworth Lake Manor, Palmdale and unincorporated areas of Agua Dulce, Acton, Boiling Point, White Heather, Fern Ann Falls, Twin Lakes, Deer Lake Highlands, Santa Susana Knolls.

      SCE has identified areas in and around Rancho Santa Margarita, the unincorporated areas around San Juan Capistrano, and Trabuco Canyon as potentials for the proactive power shutoffs.

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    4. Mission Viejo's St. Kilian Catholic Church Celebrates 50 Years | Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      Mission Viejo's St. Kilian Catholic Church Celebrates 50 Years | Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      The year was 1970. Fewer than 100 parishioners gathered at a local high school to celebrate mass. Donna Finnegan was one of the first to gather at Mission Viejo High School. She remembers. It was her very first mass.

      Now, in 2019, nearly 50 years later, she recalled the changes as the church has bloomed to 1,200 seats.

      'It's been amazing to watch the growth and change at St. Kilian over the past 50 years,' she said. 'I'm so proud to be part of this community of caring, generous, and faithful people.'

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    5. More Than A Quarter Of LA County Kids Live In Poverty |

      More Than A Quarter Of LA County Kids Live In Poverty |

      A new report shows 25. 3 percent of Los Angeles County kids live in poverty, a share that's vastly higher than the national average of 19 percent and more than the state average of 21.9 percent. That's according to an annual report published Monday by the Annie E. Casey Foundation that ranked California the 28th best state in the nation when it comes to child well-being.

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    6. SBA Loans: What You Should Know | Lake Forest, CA Patch

      SBA Loans: What You Should Know | Lake Forest, CA Patch

      This is the fifth in the South OC Entrepreneurs Academy series started by our own Economic Development Department. We'll have one per month over the next year. As the title suggests, this workshop is for people planning to start or just starting their own business so they can secure SBA loans. This workshop is co-sponsored by Score and you can get more info at orangecounty.score.org
      Here's the schedule for the next few months

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      Mentions: Local Business
    7. How California's New Laws Affect Gun Owners | San Rafael, CA Patch

      How California's New Laws Affect Gun Owners | San Rafael, CA Patch

      How California's New Laws Affect Gun Owners Californians can still own guns in the new year but the state government just implemented stricter laws.  California welcomed hundreds of new laws in 2018 with a handful of laws affecting gun owners. Although residents can still own guns in the Golden State, the state government implemented stricter laws for the new year.

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    8. Mission Viejo Ends Mello-Roos Tax for Residents

      Mission Viejo Ends Mello-Roos Tax for Residents

      At the end of September, The Capistrano Unified School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to end a decades-old Mello-Roos tax that could have legally continued taxing residents indefinitely.

      'Community Facilities District No. 87-1, CUSD's oldest and largest Mello-Roos tax district, was established in 1987 to fund new schools for the then rapidly growing communities of Aliso Viejo and Mission Viejo,' according to a district report. 'The agreement allowed CUSD to sell $100 million in bonds to build and/or improve 12 schools and facilities, including Capistrano Valley High School, Aliso Niguel High School, four middle schools, six elementary schools and a portion of the District's Education Center.'

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    9. Who's Hiring in Orange County? Top Jobs Close to Mission Viejo - Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      Who's Hiring in Orange County? Top Jobs Close to Mission Viejo - Mission Viejo, CA Patch

      Now that Labor Day is done, Orange County residents look back to joining the work force. This week, all schools will be back in session. Great jobs are available for moms looking to go back to work. The Patch Jobs Board is the best place for you to start looking.

      Here are the newest job listings near your town:

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    10. Businesses We Want to See in Mission Viejo

      Businesses We Want to See in Mission Viejo

      Patch recently asked our Facebook users which businesses they want to see open in Mission Viejo. You told us, and we rounded up the most popular responses. In no order, here’s what readers said:

      1. Popeyes

      2.“A rollerskating rink! Bring it back!” (Our most popular response)

      3. “Book stores”

      4. Starbucks

      5. “Non-chain restaurants”

      6. Costco

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    11. Acupuncture Treatments for Fertility

      Acupuncture Treatments for Fertility

      Acupuncture treatments can help boost fertility and relieve stress from trying to conceive. Learn how Acupuncture can help with infertility. Acupuncture is an increasingly popular regimen that is used in addition to Western modalities for treating infertility. One of the ways acupuncture increases fertility is by reducing stress. This is almost always an important red flag in regards to fertility in both men and women.

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