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    Anaheim tenants can apply now for rental assistance

    If you're a low-income renter who has been struggling to pay rent due to COVID-19 impacts, you can get 100 percent of your back rent paid off. Read on...
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    Anaheim City Council appoints Gloria Ma’ae to represent District 2 in west Anaheim

    Community member Gloria Ma’ae has been appointed to Anaheim’s City Council to represent District 2 in west Anaheim. Read on...
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    Anaheim comes together to read ‘In the Time of Butterflies’

    This fall, Anaheim readers will be captivated by “In the Time of the Butterflies,” a vivid historical story by Julia Alvarez celebrating Dominican history and culture. Read on...
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    Anaheim Housing Element: Share your input

    Anaheim is updating the 2021-2029 Housing Element, and we're ready to hear your comments. Read on...
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    Anaheim responds: city strong, report wrong

    Anaheim is doing just fine, thank you. Mayor Harry Sidhu has responded to a report about our city with an Orange County Register commentary. While the report generated intended headlines, it was just plain wrong. Click to read more. Read on...
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    Buena Esperanza brings hope for homeless

    The new Buena Esperanza is a groundbreaking project providing 69 studio apartments and supportive services for formerly homeless residents, veterans and those with mental health struggles. Read on...
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    Help for landlords

    Applications are available for the newest round of Anaheim's Emergency Rental Assistance Program. Landlords can apply now to get 100 percent of rent owed by their tenants due to the pandemic. Read on...
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    State of the City: historic pandemic response; Anaheim's 'second Golden Age' ahead

    Anaheim is entering a second Golden Age with more than $5 billion in investment planned around the city’s sports venues and theme parks, Mayor Harry Sidhu said Wednesday in his annual State of the City address. Read on...
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