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  • Commentary: Why I vote no

    As the only independent on the Ocean View School District Board of Trustees, I am frequently asked why I vote no. I am writing to explain recent events from my perspective. I voted no on classroom size increase. Ocean View district administration has...
  • F.V. district votes to put technology bond on ballot

    The Fountain Valley School District Board of Trustees voted Thursday to put a $23.5-million bond on the November ballot to pay for upgraded computers and other technology. The measure, which the board approved 4 to 1, aims to replace outdated equipment...
  • A bull's-eye for tree supporters

    A bull's-eye for tree supporters
    Sandy Jarema returned from a Fourth of July outing to find a pair of bull's-eyes posted on the large eucalyptus tree in front of her house. From a distance, the symbols might have looked like threats, but a quick look showed that they were posted out...
  • Mailbag: Council members deserve their benefits

    I completely disagree with the proposed changes to take a meat cleaver to City Council compensation ("Council talks of cutting benefits," July 5). Councilman Keith Bohr, in his usual high-handed manner, proposed changes that will not affect him or any...
  • Huntington Beach city clerk calls for fixes to ballot arguments

    The Huntington Beach city clerk has asked the proponents and opponents of a controversial property tax ballot measure to correct and clarify some of their arguments. Enough signatures were gathered to place the measure on the November ballot to revoke...
  • City attorney's boyfriend weighs city clerk run

    The live-in boyfriend of Huntington Beach City Attorney Jennifer McGrath said he is weighing a run for the city clerk's office. Ed Pinchiff, an attorney, has until Aug. 10 to officially declare his candidacy. McGrath, who is elected to her position,...
  • Mailbag: Sullivan deserves another four years

    Residents of Huntington Beach should be thrilled that former Mayor Dave Sullivan has decided to run for City Council. Past performance is the best predictor of future performance. Dave can offer the voter something no other candidate can: a 12-year record...
  • Residents petition to preserve school sites

    Residents petition to preserve school sites
    More than 400 Huntington Beach residents have signed a petition urging the city to preserve a pair of former school sites that a developer seeks to turn into residential communities. The grass-roots campaign, known as Save Our Fields, plans to bring...
  • Tie drops Breakers in latest CIF poll

    The Laguna Beach High football slipped a few spots in this week's CIF Southern Section Southern Division poll after playing University to a 36-36 tie Sept. 7. The Breakers are now ranked seventh after spending two weeks in the No. 4 slot. The football...
  • Police, fire groups endorse same trio of council candidates

    Huntington Beach's police and fire associations have endorsed the same three candidates for City Council this year, each backing Jill Hardy, Jim Katapodis and Billy O'Connell out of the field of 12 contenders. The Huntington Beach Police Officers Assn....
  • Pierside Pavilion expansions approved

    The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday overturned a Planning Commission recommendation and approved an expansion of Pierside Pavilion, a retail, restaurant and office center on Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway. The expansion of the four-story...
  • City attorney's partner up for school board

    The live-in boyfriend of Huntington Beach City Attorney Jennifer McGrath has withdrawn his initial plans to run for city clerk and instead is seeking a seat on the Huntington Beach Union High School District's board. Edward Pinchiff, an attorney, filed...