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The Huntington Beach City Council gave city staff the green light Monday to update its report on the possible annexation of the remaining portions of the Bolsa Chica Wetlands and uplands. In a 5-1 vote, with Councilman Dave Sullivan dissenting and...
Tags: PTA, Politics, Punishment, Elections
Huntington Beach parents could potentially be fined for serving alcohol to minors at gatherings. Council members voted Tuesday night to add a social hosting ordinance to the city's "loud party" law, giving police the ability to fine those who...
I was touched when I read the letter from Huntington Beach resident Carolyn Crockett regarding the kindness she has been shown in local venues around our town ("Thanks to you all for being there," Jan. 17). It inspired me to share my own similar...
Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Medical Center was slapped with a $25,000 administrative penalty for not following policies on the "competency of a licensed vocation nurse," according to the California Department of Public Health. The fine was...
The Fair Political Practices Commission has imposed a $2,000 fine on Huntington Beach Planning Commissioner Barbara Delgleize for voting on a campaign donor's project without disclosing the donation, agency documents show. Delgleize failed to disclose...
Your article on the $430,000 fine that the Coastal Commission levied against the Goodell family reads more like an editorial than a factual news report. The article's title, "Consultant calls fine 'excessive'" (Jan. 19), seems more concerned about...
Tags: Punishment, Punishment
The waitress accused by Huntington Beach police of selling cocaine at a downtown restaurant and bar pleaded guilty Monday to aiding in the selling of drugs. Brynn Ashley Boucher, 24, was sentenced to three years of formal probation and a day in jail, the...
In their hit piece about the Land Trust plan for the Bolsa Chica mesa ("More like a 'heart attack for the mesa,'" Natural Perspectives, Feb. 10), Vic Leipzig and Lou Murray write that it "will cost $4.3 million to implement. Wow. Would that be our tax...
Thanks to Chris Epting for his recent column ("Keep your dogs safe — on a leash," In the Pipeline, Feb. 24). I like dogs, and most dog owners I know are very responsible, but as Epting discovered, some are not. This problem is widespread, and the...
Huntington Beach has become the first city in the state to offer traffic school for bicyclists who break the law. The Police Department now gives cyclists the option in lieu of going to court and paying high fines. Unlike driving traffic school, the...
Tags: Justice System, Politics, Local Government, Lawyers, Oregon
Fed up with how long it takes to correct code violations — from illegal construction to littered lawns — the City Council this week moved to take a more "fix-it-or-ticket" approach to enforcing the law. As it stands now, getting city code...
Time has run out for the owners of notoriously run-down apartments in west Orlando: Their bankruptcy case has been thrown out, OUC shut off their office's electricity last week and now most of their properties have been foreclosed on by Fannie Mae....
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