20 hours ago

Michelle Steel

County of Orange Press Conference - 8/13/2020

County of Orange, California
#OCCOVID19 | Join us today at 2 p.m. for our press conference live stream video at www.facebook.com/ocgov/
Closed captioning live subject to compatibility through Facebook platform. Closed captioning will be available after live stream videos are archived at www.facebook.com/ocgov/
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Thank you for being pro active in the information dissemination. Much better than the finger pointing political blame game..

Happy Kobe Bryant Day. Winters: "OK, all right um, did anything happen in the room?" Bryant: "Like what?" Loya: "Uh, did you guys hug or kiss?" Winters: "Kiss or hug?" Bryant: "No." Winters: "OK. Um. I'll be blunt and ask you. Did you have sexual intercourse with her?" Bryant: "No."

OPEN ORANGE COUNTY 🍊

Remember how you said you despise communists? Then why was your husband scheming with Communist Chinese to pedal influence? How was he paid? Why won't you answer questions about this? AND why are you buying campaign swag from communists?

2 days ago

Michelle Steel

Today, I spoke with PCTA at the Stanton branch of OC Public Libraries about Orange County’s contactless curbside pickup service. Until our libraries reopen in person services, OC Public Libraries is offering a number of alternative services to serve our community. This includes our contactless curbside pickup service, where library card holders can borrow books Tuesday through Friday from 12-6pm and Saturday from 10am-4pm.

Additionally, OC Public Libraries offers digital services including 24/7 access to E-books, audiobooks, magazines, movies and resources. Virtual programming is also offered with hundreds of options of storytimes, craft projects, cooking demonstrations, games and more.

www.ocpl.org/curbsidefaq
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Today, I spoke with PCTA at the Stanton branch of OC Public Libraries about Orange County’s contactless curbside pickup service.  Until our libraries reopen in person services, OC Public Libraries is offering a number of alternative services to serve our community. This includes our contactless curbside pickup service, where library card holders can borrow books Tuesday through Friday from 12-6pm and Saturday from 10am-4pm.
 
Additionally, OC Public Libraries offers digital services including 24/7 access to E-books, audiobooks, magazines, movies and resources. Virtual programming is also offered with hundreds of options of storytimes, craft projects, cooking demonstrations, games and more.

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Michelle Steel, what part of opening of a physical library sounds remotely safe? Just that Library Card is a problem, let alone the Books. Who exactly will be cleaning the books? Stop being the Covid denier

Thank you! We were just discussing this. With school starting, I want my son to start reading again.

Michelle Steel was doing so good in the beginning and now is just another puppet for the libs

If you can eat in a restaurant with spaced tables then you can open the damn libraries with spaced tables. Get them opened NOW or CLOSE them because there is no reason for us to paying for them without full use. You're lucky it's Master Rouda running against you.else my vote would be going elsewhere. Gavin wiped the floor with every single one of you.

About Shawn's involvement in the communist Chinese White House influence pedaling scheme... when will you answer questions about that? When will you explain why you purchased campaign swag from communist China? You said you despise communists but your husband is scheming with them and you're paying them.

Go Michele but open everything!

Good! Working hard!

2 days ago

Michelle Steel

Jarrett Orthopaedic Rehabilitation has been a physical therapy business operating in Costa Mesa for the last 18 years.

Like many others, their business has gone through difficult times recently due to #OCCOVID19.

I am happy to announce that they were recipients of the second district’s unincorporated small business grant program.
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Jarrett Orthopaedic Rehabilitation has been a physical therapy business operating in Costa Mesa for the last 18 years.  

Like many others, their business has gone through difficult times recently due to #OCCOVID19. 

I am happy to announce that they were recipients of the second district’s unincorporated small business grant program.Image attachmentImage attachment

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With all the negativity in everything Government... very good to see OC side by side in business support..

How about we just open and stand our ground. Its not as hard as politicians make it seem

Great job on naming 8/24 after a rapist. I’ll let Kobe’s statement made in court speak for itself. “First, I want to apologize directly to the young woman involved in this incident. I want to apologize to her for my behavior that night and for the consequences she has suffered in the past year. Although this year has been incredibly difficult for me personally, I can only imagine the pain she has had to endure. I also want to apologize to her parents and family members, and to my family and friends and supporters, and to the citizens of Eagle, Colo. I also want to make it clear that I do not question the motives of this young woman. No money has been paid to this woman. She has agreed that this statement will not be used against me in the civil case. Although I truly believe this encounter between us was consensual, I recognize now that she did not and does not view this incident the same way I did.”

Michelle Steel thank you so much! We appreciate the help during this difficult time 🙏🏻

What is the County and State doing for people who are actually unemployed and can't find work? NOTHING. Billions gobbled up by the already well taken care of government unions. And how exactly are OC business floundering going to pay back loans? Time to get things moving again. Enough is enough.

Business closures, school closures, people sick and dying are a direct result of your failed leadership and politicization of the pandemic! If only you'd closed the beaches and mandated masks BUT you didn't! You followed the harmful "advice" of your antimasker Trump Doctor pal Jeffrey Barke and the quacks he's aligned himself with!

3 days ago

Michelle Steel

First Annual Orange County Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

Today, August 11th, 2020, marks the first annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Day in Orange County. On July 14th, 2020, the Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed my resolution recognizing August 11th as Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

In the face of radical calls for defunding and dismantling our local law enforcement, I introduced a resolution to the Board of Supervisors in support of our men and women that protect our communities by creating a Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, which is being held today on August 11th.

My staff and I have been presenting signed versions of the Law Enforcement Appreciation Day resolution to each of the second district’s city police departments, as well as the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.

Our local law enforcement officers are on the front lines every single day - protecting our families, patrolling our streets, putting their lives in harm’s way for our safety.
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First Annual Orange County Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
 
Today, August 11th, 2020, marks the first annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Day in Orange County. On July 14th, 2020, the Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed my resolution recognizing August 11th as Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.
 
In the face of radical calls for defunding and dismantling our local law enforcement, I introduced a resolution to the Board of Supervisors in support of our men and women that protect our communities by creating a Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, which is being held today on August 11th.

My staff and I have been presenting signed versions of the Law Enforcement Appreciation Day resolution to each of the second district’s city police departments, as well as the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
 
Our local law enforcement officers are on the front lines every single day - protecting our families, patrolling our streets, putting their lives in harm’s way for our safety.

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Michelle, we would appreciate the Law Enforcement Agencies across the OC to enforce the #Covid19 mandates. As the US hit 5 million cases of #coronavirus and we had just reached 4 million cases just 17 days ago. For California the news just keeps coming, the most cases in the country.

Remind us... how much have cops unions dumped into your campaigns? Your husband's CA GOP accounts? Your Korean Chamber of Commerce? Can you say "Black Lives Matter" ma'am? Oh that's right... you and Shawn are racists!

I like this post. A superficial resolution that doesn't actually do anything. Incompetent and useless. Just like your time on the Board. You can't even pander correctly. What's next a resolution that says Covid-19 is cured?

How come there are more government union appreciation days, proclamations, etc. than the same for our heroes who sacrifice\sacrificed in foxholes? (government unions rule the roost - that's why)

Thank you for this!!!! I fully support law enforcement!!!👮‍♂️👮

You won't see Harley Rouda thanking our law enforcement officers.

5 days ago

Michelle Steel

HB small business owners, City of Huntington Beach - Government is helping deliver micro-grants to qualified businesses who have been negatively affected by #OCCOVID19.

Applications will be available on www.OneHB.org starting 8/10, and all completed applications must be submitted by 8/17.The City of Huntington Beach launches OneHB Business Support Campaign to deliver $5,000 micro-grants to qualified small business in Huntington Beach! Donate, buy merchandise, and buy a yard sign to help support our businesses.

Press Release: ow.ly/rj1k50ASP81

www.OneHB.org

#HuntingtonBeach #OneHB #HBReady
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HB small business owners, City of Huntington Beach - Government is helping deliver micro-grants to qualified businesses who have been negatively affected by #OCCovid19.

Applications will be available on www.OneHB.org starting 8/10, and all completed applications must be submitted by 8/17.

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So sad, until Huntington Beach enforces mask use in Downtown HB, no plans to shop there.

Hey Michelle, did you read, “US Coronavirus: 97,000 children tested positive for Covid-19 in 2 weeks as more schools plan to reopen.” Help protect the families of Huntington Beach and Orange County.

Follow Harley Rouda for comic relief. Full Trump Derangement Syndrome on display in the comments.

6 days ago

Michelle Steel

OC Parents - Newborns, infants, and toddlers can all get into reading before kindergarten. OC public libraries have great resources that can be utilized to encourage early learning through literacy.

For more parent resources check out our eLearning site below ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️

www.ocpl.org/elibrary/elearning

#earlyliteracy #1000booksbeforekindergarten #read #readtogether #ocpl
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OC Parents - Newborns, infants, and toddlers can all get into reading before kindergarten. OC public libraries have great resources that can be utilized to encourage early learning through literacy. 

For more parent resources check out our eLearning site below ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️

https://www.ocpl.org/elibrary/elearning 

#earlyliteracy  #1000booksbeforekindergarten #read #readtogether #ocpl

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Here is a book that every parent should read. “What we can learn from the countries winning the coronavirus fight”

Great resource!

As a reading enthusiast, I love this🙌

6 days ago

Michelle Steel

Reminder: Free #OCCOVID19 drive-thru testing is available in #anaheim. It's for those who meet public health priorities and cannot get tested through a medical provider.

To learn more visit: occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/supersite.Free #OCCOVID19 drive-thru testing is available in #Anaheim. It's for those who meet public health priorities and cannot get tested through a medical provider. By appointment only. To learn more visit occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/supersite.
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Reminder: Free #OCCOVID19 drive-thru testing is available in #Anaheim. Its for those who meet public health priorities and cannot get tested through a medical provider.

To learn more visit: https://occovid19.ochealthinfo.com/supersite.

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Thank You city of #Anaheim. Truly wish that Michelle Steel and the rest of the OC Board of Supervisors weren’t such #CoronavirusDeniers. The County could have started this months ago before the hot spot devolved in Anaheim and the rest of Orange County.

Stop doing tests unless you are sick. When have people gone to get tested for any other virus when they have no symptoms?

Ms. Steele, would you like to make a public statement about Lenka Koloma...Including when you first became aware of this activity? bit.ly/2XFPYZw

"...Beyond its enormous population, the Golden State's pandemic troubles can largely be chalked up to two factors: (1) an exceptionally high number of coronavirus cases among Latinos, who are more likely to live in multi-generational homes and to work higher-risk, "essential" jobs, and (2) a surge in cases in Orange County, formerly a bastion of conservatism in deep-blue California and the epicenter of the state's anti-lockdown protests. Unsurprisingly, resistance, denial and doubt about COVID-19 run deep in the OC, California's anti-mask hotspot. "As coronavirus cases pile up, Orange County's residents can thank their elected leadership - a vanguard of defiance against scientific and medical expertise - for many of the county's public health woes. "Perhaps worst of all, Orange County's public health adviser received death threats after mandating proven coronavirus precautions..." thehill.com/opinion/international/510452-thanks-to-red-states-the-world-views-america-with-shock-...