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Elections

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  • Mailbag: Election signs linger too long on sidewalks

    Election signs linger too long on sidewalks Wouldn't it be nice to see our elected officials create and pass an ordinance in Huntington Beach regarding campaign signs that clutter our city long after an election? In fact, I think it is unthinkable...
  • Candidate about new ideas, outlooks

    Candidate about new ideas, outlooks
    William Grunwald is running with no endorsements and no political experience against 20 other candidates for Huntington Beach City Council. But according to Grunwald, this is the year for outsiders on all levels of government. People are looking for...
  • 20 candidates attend forum

    Huntington Beach City Council candidates gathered on stage Oct. 7 to give their stances on senior services, closing Main Street and how important they think it is to follow the city's General Plan. The Huntington Beach League of Women Voters with the...
  • Farley, Shaw receive endorsement

    Huntington Beach Tomorrow announced its endorsements for Huntington Beach City Council candidates Joe Shaw and Blair Farley, and yes on Measure O. Huntington Beach Tomorrow, a community organization dedicated to maintaining a high quality of life for...
  • Shaw's not afraid to make bold moves

    Shaw's not afraid to make bold moves
    Joe Shaw believes in community spirit and protecting the environment. And he killed his own lawn to prove it. Shaw, who is making his second run for City Council, was on the Public Works Commission in 2009 when the city urged residents to curb water...
  • Sunset pursues cityhood plan

    Sunset Beach will push forward with its plan to become a city after an encouraging report from a financial consultant, the president of the seaside neighborhood's de facto governing board said. Greg Griffin, the president of the Sunset Beach Community...
  • Company: Incorporation possible

    Sunset Beach's prospects of becoming a city look more encouraging after a report from a financial consultant, the president of the seaside neighborhood's de facto governing board said. Greg Griffin, the president of the Sunset Beach Community Assn., said...
  • Heritage must prevail at Bolsa Chica

    The story "'Green' project gets go ahead" (April 29) sounded so great until I realized these 22 homes approved by the Planning Commission are to be built on sacred land to Native Americans and just as likely to contain cogged stones and burials as the...
  • A new dawn for Sunset?

    Sunset Beach may soon apply to incorporate as a city but leave its beach in the care of Orange County, a recommendation made by a financial consultant ay a recent town hall meeting. At the May 20 meeting, which about 100 residents attended,...
  • Sunset Beach vote is Thursday night

    The Sunset Beach Community Assn. is scheduled to vote Thursday night on whether to file an application with the Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission to incorporate as a city. Representatives from Willdan Financial Services, a consulting firm...
  • Huntington Beach puts annexation vote on calendar

    The Huntington Beach City Council plans to vote July 19 on whether to apply to annex Sunset Beach, the unincorporated seaside community to its north. At a study session Monday, the council opted to wait a month and a half before voting so the Orange...
  • Tran wins, Harman doesn't

    Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley's representatives had a mixed showing in Tuesday's primaries, with one winning easily and two others having varied success in seeking higher office. Meanwhile, Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor appeared poised to run...