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  • Natural Perspectives: Land Trust finally calls public meeting

    The Bolsa Chica Land Trust and California Department of Fish and Game are finally holding a public meeting where they will present their plan for the Bolsa Chica mesa. The meeting is at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Huntington Beach Central Library. As we're...
  • Mailbag: Taxpayers not funding mesa plan

    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...
  • Sounding Off: Columnist went too far at mesa meeting

    At the Bolsa Chica Land Trust town hall meeting on the Community Promoted Restoration, or CPR, plan, Independent columnist Lou Murray crossed the line from environmental defender to self-serving personal vendetta. An overflow crowd of 150-plus came to...
  • Teaching by example

    Teaching by example
    Students and teachers from Ocean View School District are sharing a new teaching method with schools throughout the country. College View, Sun View and Westmont elementary schools, as well as a team of teachers from Mesa View and Vista View middle...
  • Rivera leaves no doubt

    Rivera leaves no doubt
    Cerissa Rivera was in top form and the Fountain Valley High softball team continued to add to its impressive start by scoring a 4-0 nonleague victory Tuesday at Ocean View. Rivera recorded a no-hitter in a complete-game performance. The senior struck out...
  • Natural Perspectives: Birding in the Eastern Sierra

    Vic and I just returned from a scouting trip to the Eastern Sierra. Vic will soon lead a spring birding trip there for Sea and Sage Audubon, along with co-leader Linda Oberholzer. We like to visit ahead of time to reacquaint ourselves with the area....
  • Former teacher may face extra year in prison

    A former middle school teacher charged with having sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy may face an additional year in prison after being arrested again last week. Gay Davidson-Shepard, who retired this spring from Mesa View Middle School, was...
  • Teacher, husband to be arraigned in underage boy case

    A Mesa View Middle School teacher and former Westminster High School teacher charged with having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old boy are set to be arraigned Thursday. The arraignment is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. in courtroom W14 at the West...
  • Mailbag: DUI stats should guide policy

    We do not need more bars in downtown Huntington Beach ("ABC officials approve license," June 9). Our crime and DUI rates are off the charts. The taxpayers have to pay for the law enforcement costs. So, why did these folks protest the license? It's not...
  • Two area youth soccer teams win titles

    Two North Huntington Beach Futbol Club girls' soccer teams won their respective division championships at the Newport Mesa Cup played Memorial Day weekend. The girls' Under-14 team, playing as a team for the first time, started its summer season by...
  • Community Commentary: More than 'kitchen waste' in historic land

    That Ed Mountford referred to the archaeological resources on the Goodell property as "kitchen waste" is understandable since Mountford has a project pending before the California Coastal Commission on land that is immediately adjacent to the Goodell...
  • Eat, then drink, and be merry

    Eat, then drink, and be merry
    It was not "Mad Men" protagonist Don Draper's name or profession that viewers learned first. It was his drink of choice: "Do this again — old-fashioned, please." Whether meeting clients or dining with his wife, Megan, that's what the advertising...