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  • City names its new treasurer

    City names its new treasurer
    Huntington Beach has selected its new city treasurer, the city announced in a release. Alisa Cutchen will finish the term of Shari Freidenrich, who was elected county treasurer and tax collector in November. Cutchen co-owns and serves as the vice...
  • Sunset annexation hearing postponed

    The pending annexation of Sunset Beach has taken another step back, as a court hearing scheduled for Wednesday was postponed. Attorneys for Huntington Beach, the Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission and the Citizen's Assn. of Sunset Beach...
  • Season ends on penalty kicks

    Ocean View girls' soccer Coach David Deaton called his team's 2010-11 campaign a "miracle season" only moments after Tuesday's CIF Southern Section Division 6 semifinal game against St. Margaret's. The Seahawks were a team besieged before the start of...
  • Briefly In Sports

    Baseball, softball seasons open for locals The 2011 prep baseball and softball seasons begin this weekend for six local schools. The baseball schedule Friday has Brethren Christian hosting Saddleback Valley Christian at 3 p.m., Edison playing Pacifica...
  • Greer's OC: Sales from OC Blend benefit schools

    Caffeine can help local students! The first Orange County Blend coffee and tea arrived at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf stores throughout Orange County, and proceeds will benefit local schools. The Orange County Blend Coffee is smooth with a light citrus...
  • Tennis center receives top award

    Tennis center receives top award
    The Fountain Valley Tennis Center was selected as Southern California's tennis organization of the year. The center was selected by the Southern California division of the United States Tennis Assn., which is recognized by the Olympics, for its work...
  • Bohr grapples with bankruptcy, home foreclosure

    Huntington Beach City Councilman Keith Bohr appears to be mired in financial difficulties that include an attempted foreclosure on his house, a bankruptcy filed for a downtown-based company he co-owns, and a lawsuit by a lender asking him to pay millions....
  • Mailbag: Residents right on liquor licenses

    The juxtaposition of your March 10 article on Councilman Keith Bohr's hijacking of a recent council meeting ("Bomburger cancels alcohol license request") in order to criticize the Huntington Beach Downtown Residents Assn. and their work to limit...
  • Sounding Off: Here are the missing Dwyer solar facts

    Huntington Beach City School District board member Celia Jaffe's letter to the Independent titled "More information about Dwyer's solar arrays" (Community Commentary, Feb. 10) failed to include some very important facts the community should know about the...
  • Planning Commission votes to allow oil storage tanks' removal

    The Huntington Beach Planning Commission voted Tuesday to uphold the city's decision to allow a property owner to remove three oil tanks, but the head of a local nonprofit said his group plans to appeal. Commissioner Mark Bixby appealed the January...
  • Council moves funds to protect them

    The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday transferred the assets and property under its redevelopment agency to the city's name to prepay the debt owed to the city in case the state eliminates the redevelopment agency. Gov. Jerry Brown proposed...
  • Cell towers' fates in judge's hands

    Huntington Beach residents have voted against approving two cell towers to be constructed in public parks, but it remains to be seen what that vote will mean for the city. As of Friday, 56.4% of voters had rejected Measure Q, which the ballot describes...