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  • Mailbag: Peace trumps money on Fourth

    In Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper's commentary ("Time to add more freedom to the Fourth," Mailbag, Sept. 12), regarding his desire to have the ban on fireworks lifted in Huntington Beach, the very clear message he is sending is that he values money over the quality of life for residents and the pets that these fireworks terrorize.
  • Mailbag: Placed hives help control bees at Landmark

    We live at the Huntington Landmark. We love the landscaping, especially the flowering trees and bushes. We even love the bees. The bees are here at Landmark because of all the plants and flowers, many of which would not exist without the bees. The bees...

    Mailbag: Rohrabacher should represent more than Tea Party

    Dana Rohrabacher has been around way too long. It troubles me that he keeps getting re-elected to my congressional district. He is a Republican representative who distinguishes himself more by demagoguery than accomplishment. But you be the judge....

    Mailbag: Losing Chief Small is bad for H.B.

    Our wonderful Chief of Police Ken Small has announced his retirement ("Police chief to retire, May 16"). It is a sad day for Huntington, as Ken truly cared about the safety of our residents and would often go beyond the call of duty, always answering...

    Natural Perspectives: Life in the slow lane

    Natural Perspectives: Life in the slow lane
    Vic and I had "slow food" this past week at two events. One was the annual Harvest Potluck by the Huntington Beach Community Garden. The other was the annual picnic in Bommer Canyon in Irvine put on by the Orange County chapter of Slow Food U.S.A. We...