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  • Candidate votes 'yes' on development

    Candidate votes 'yes' on development
    Tim Ryan counts himself a friend of development. Since his appointment to the Huntington Beach Planning Commission, the City Council candidate has not voted against a single project. "I didn't vote no on anything," said Ryan, a consumer attorney who...
  • Katapodis back on campaign trail

    Katapodis back on campaign trail
    Jim Katapodis will be ready to run with the big dogs if he's elected to the Huntington Beach City Council this year. In part, that's because he's gotten used to big dogs on the campaign trail. Those growling canines often approach the door when the...
  • League season is here

    With the preseason now behind them, five local high school football squads start on equal footing as both the Sunset and Golden West league races get underway this week. In Sunset play Thursday, Edison begins its title defense by hosting Newport Harbor...
  • Court rejects Sunset annexation appeal

    An appellate court has rejected an appeal by a Sunset Beach residents' group of the coastal area's annexation by Huntington Beach, shooting down the group's argument that Sunset residents should not be forced to pay the same taxes as the rest of the city....
  • The power of positive campaigning

    The power of positive campaigning
    Barbara Delgleize is full of ideas. During an interview Tuesday, the City Council candidate often turned her head as she spoke, squinted her eyes and shifted positions. She gestured with her arms to express the passion and vision she has for Huntington...
  • Supporters band together for Brothers campaign

    Supporters band together for Brothers campaign
    Fountain Valley's slogan is "A Nice Place to Live," and Cheryl Brothers agrees. After living here for 37 years, though, she can tell when it's in need of improvement. She sees shopping centers needing upgrades and suffering vacancies. She thinks the city...
  • Dwyer leads in recent fundraising totals

    Huntington Beach Mayor Pro Tem Devin Dwyer led other City Council candidates in fundraising over the last three months, according to finance statements released this week by the city clerk's office. From July 1 through Sept. 30, Dwyer, the race's sole...
  • Senior center provides sparks at forum

    Eleven of the 12 candidates for Huntington Beach City Council offered their divergent views Thursday at a forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Orange Coast and the American Assn. University of Women. The forum addressed almost every hot topic...
  • Polsky: Actions speak louder than words

    Polsky: Actions speak louder than words
    It's a testy night for the Huntington Beach City Council. Two members with a history of bad blood have started to raise their voices over an agenda item. As the argument escalates, the woman who already exceeded the time limit during public comments...
  • Pension reform main topic at candidate forum

    Pension reform main topic at candidate forum
    If the head negotiators from the Huntington Beach police and fire associations had had a podium of their own during Monday's night's Surf City Tea Party candidate forum, it might have turned into the free-for-all of the year. Instead, the employee groups...
  • Shea Homes gets green light from state

    It took only 10 years and several rejections and lawsuits, but on Thursday, the California Coastal Commission approved the Shea Homes housing project near the Bolsa Chica wetlands, to the dismay of local environmentalists. The commission voted 6 to 2...
  • This ought to be worth extra credit

    This ought to be worth extra credit
    When Bryan Tice isn't studying in school, he's studying Fountain Valley's culture and politics. Tice, 19, is running for City Council. He said that while he is young, he feels like his age shouldn't be a deciding factor for voters. In fact, he said he...