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Duy Nguyen considers himself a black sheep. The Fountain Valley City Council candidate's only political experience is from studying it in school. He said that while he lacks a political history, his life as a working man should be considered because...
Tags: Business, Elections, Small Businesses, Local Elections, Politics
A Huntington Beach woman is questioning why the police chief sent an officer to a non-injury car accident involving a councilman's wife. Budget cuts forced police to stop taking reports at most minor collisions, and 15-year resident Heather Dillard asked...
The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday opted not to outsource the city attorney's office. An independent attorney hired as a consultant told the council that if the city attorney were to sue the city for attempting to outsource her office, she would...
Huntington Beach City Manager Fred Wilson stood by his tenure at the city of San Bernardino following allegations that, for more than a decade, administrators there presented falsified records to hide budget problems. "I think the allegations are...
The Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday to look into outsourcing the city's legal services. Supporters called the proposal a potential cost-saving measure while critics argued that it would lead to financial and legal woes. The council voted 5 to...
Jesus Lara came to study at the Homework Club after it literally answered his cry. The Huntington Beach resident found himself floundering in the third grade, and not just because of his difficulty grasping math and science. At home after school, he...
I believe that education should be a top priority. Unfortunately, this is not the case in Sacramento. Once again in 2012, the governor's budget proposes cutting education so that more money can go into social service programs. This year, like years...
Despite the loss of $1.4 million in redevelopment funds, Fountain Valley is once again balancing its budget and is expected to end the next fiscal year with a surplus and no layoffs or major cuts of services. The City Council on Tuesday passed a $36-...
The state Department of Finance is refusing to pay back millions of dollars Huntington Beach once loaned to its now-disbanded redevelopment agency, a decision that may lead to litigation and leave a large hole in the city's general budget. Following a...
Tags: Laws, Judges, Crime, Law and Justice, Justice System, Finance
The Huntington Beach Police Department plans in the coming months to reduce its patrol officers, respond to fewer accident calls and refer residents to file minor crime reports online as part of a departmental reorganization to make up for budget cuts and...
Huntington Beach officials expressed shock and uncertainty for the city's development future following the state Supreme Court's ruling Thursday that abolished redevelopment agencies. Mayor Don Hansen said the ruling poses an even bigger risk for the...
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The Huntington Beach City Council has approved a $312.3-million budget that requires a small number of layoffs and the elimination of services and open positions. "The road to get here has been a long, hard road," City Manager Fred Wilson said at Tuesday...
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