Unisys left behind toxic chemicals in the groundwater at former location

Unisys, a computer parts manufacturer formerly located on Jeronimo south of Los Alisos, has been mandated by the State of California to clean toxic solvents in concentrations as much as 145 times the legal threshold found in the site’s groundwater.  It’s speculated that the contamination may have occurred during the 1970’s when the company manufactured computers, conducted plating operations, and stored some hazardous materials.  The clean up is expected to take 4-6 months.

There doesn’t seem to be drinking water wells within close proximity of the facility, so residents need not be concerned about take precautions, according to John Odermatt, a senior engineering geologist for the State’s water quality board, adding it seems unlikely that Unisys’ former employees would be impacted.

MV Universal is the property owner.  When they sought to sell it in 2010, a groundwater review revealed the contamination.

Earlier in the year, Unisys moved to Irvine from its Mission Viejo location of over 30 years.

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Soft, playful, purring kittens ready for adoption. Don’t miss out, go today!

Eight young cats are ready for adoption at the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center.   They include a tabby boy, an orange tabby, and seal-point Siamese mix.

Article Tab : Mission Viejo Animal Services Center has several friendly and healthy kittens - including tabby boy Smalls - that are available for adoption. Call 949-470-3045 for more information or visit www.cmvas.org.
According to shelter staff, the tabby’s mother, an affectionate calico that has a home, adored her kittens, which is evident by their demeanor.  Volunteer families have been caring for the kittens so they are well adjusted, playful and affectionate.

You can visit the pets available for adoption at the facility, located at 28095 Hillcrest during operating hours or call 949-470-3045. For more information, visit www.cmvas.org.

Shelter hours are:

•11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

•12 to 6 p.m. on Wednesdays

•12 to 3 p.m. on Sundays

Audiophile/home entertainment consumer show in Irvine

$15 admission for one day, $35 for 3-day pass

June 3, 2011, 12 noon to 7pm
June 4, 2011, 10am to 6pm
June 5, 2011, 10am to 5pm

Location:

Disregard that the poster says the event is in Newport Beach.
Irvine Hilton, 18800 MacArthur Blvd., Irvine, CA, Phone: 949-833-9999

(Across from John Wayne airport)

This Saturday, view the documentary ”Infinity, The Ultimate Trip–Journey Beyond Death”

What happens after we pass from this world? Is there life after this one? Or, do we just disappear forever? These are the questions asked in this powerful and poignant documentary, “Infinity: The Ultimate Trip”. Many may be surprised by the answers.

Featured are noted experts Greg Braden, Dannion Brinkley, Renate Dollinger, Stanislov Grof, John Holland, Dzogchen Ponlop, Robert Thurman, Alberto Villoldo, Neal Walsch, and Brian Weiss, MD using vital and beautiful imagery, along with personal accounts of near-death experiences (NDE), reincarnation and more.

There will be discussion about modern day beliefs, what near-death experiences teach, and how it can impact others.  Bob Siress, who will lead this event, hopes to address your opinions on the distressing NDE’s or just come to discover what those that have died have to say to those who are searching for meaning and understanding of life’s most sought after questions.

The OC International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) welcomes the narration of all spiritually transformative experiences and their life-changing after effects.  All are welcome to  share their experiences, yet there’s no obligation or pressure to.

When:     Saturday, 5/14/11, 1p-4p
Where:    Unity of Tustin, 14402 Prospect Ave. , Tustin, CA  92780
(drive to parking lot in back, lst classroom on the right) Map below.

Cost:    A donation of $10 per person for expenses is encouraged, but no one is turned away.

RSVP to Bob Siress at bob.siress@siress.com

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Boomers! Remember POP (Pacific Ocean Park)? Old Promotional Video

The background music and narrator’s voice are SO ’50s, and you’ll notice a few men were wearing suits and ties.  LOL. I own some super 8 film transferred to video of our family’s visit to POP circa 1961 or ’62. I remember the rollercoaster terrified me, I was screaming for it to stop. If you wanna have fun at an amusement park, just bring me along 🙂

If you need a new dentist, here’s why I recommend mine

Shervin Ahmadnia, DDS, Family Forest Dentistry

  • Excellent work
  • Affordable prices
  • He’s a doll. (My 85 year old mother had a crush on him)
  • He’s gentle, patient and wants you to be happy
  • Friendly staff
  • I’ve been his patient since 1998, and have had crowns, fillings, teeth whitening, teeth cleaning
  • Did I mention he’s affordable?
  • Accepts Medi-cal, credit cards
  • Anyone I’ve recommended him to are very happy

He offers an in-office dental plan that saves me money every year.  As a single person, no children, it costs $105/year. Saves money on all dental work. No claim forms, deductibles, or annual maximums, and coordinates with other dental coverage. If you go in, ask about it.

Open:
Mon, Wed, Thur – 8am-7pm
Tues, 8am-6pm
Every other Saturday, 8am-2pm
Friday-closed

22855 Lake Forest Dr., Suite B, Lake Forest, CA  92630 (between Muirlands and Rockfield, north side of street in strip mall)

(949) 583-1558

A New Bundt Cake Store in Mission Viejo

The minute you walk in the door of Nothing Bundt Cakes, all your senses come alive with the scent of fresh cake. Your eyes don’t know where to go first–everything is so colorful, pretty, cute, happy.  Bundt cakes in a variety of sizes, daisies and ribbons in different colors and patterns to choose from to decorate your cake.

It’s a gift shop also with girl-y plastic gloves for washing dishes or gardening, paper kits for simple customization for your cake, colorful tableware and cake plates.

The cakes are moist and absolutely out of this world.  You can check it out yourself because everyday, they set out plates with samples of two of the available flavors.

The owners of this franchise store are Donna and Ismael Zamora.

Portola Plaza (Marguerite & Santa Marguerite Parkway)
27746-A Santa Margarita Parkway, Mission Viejo

949.859.1377

Monday-Friday: 9AM-6PM, Saturday: 10AM-6PM

Email: missionviejo@nothingbundtcakes.com