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  • Mailbag: Health care reform will reduce costs

    Your recent article about forthcoming health-care insurance reform ("Clinic digs in heels for health reform," July 15) pointed out one area of reform not specifically discussed in the article: cost reduction. Under the new reform, over time, medical...
  • Delgleize leads in campaign funds

    Barbara Delgleize runs a real estate business with the slogan, "Barbara Sells the Beach." Judging from finance statements, her candidacy is opening a few wallets, too. The planning commissioner led all City Council candidates with $19,299 in funds...
  • Mailbag: Adopting pets better than buying them

    Lynn McCluney ("Animals need our help," Sounding Off, July 29) is right on the mark, especially with her suggestion to adopt pets from various animal shelters instead of buying them from pet stores, and having mandatory neutering and spaying. The...
  • Boardman announces candidacy

    Boardman announces candidacy
    Connie Boardman, a former Huntington Beach mayor, announced last week that she is running for City Council, citing dissatisfaction with the city's current leadership and what she perceives as its indifference to residents' needs. Boardman, who did not...
  • DeLong quits council race

    DeLong quits council race
    Gregg DeLong, a who successfully filed a claim against the city this year over owed revenues, has decided not to run for City Council. DeLong, who runs a marketing company and worked in the mortgage industry for two decades, said he withdrew his...
  • Two candidates dropped from race

    Two candidates have been dropped from the Huntington Beach City Council race because they lacked enough signatures to qualify, the city clerk's office said Wednesday. Frst-time candidates Matthew Briggs and Marcus Giordano, who announced their candidacy...
  • Two more added to Fountain Valley race

    The Orange County Registrar of Voters verified the signatures for two Fountain Valley City Council candidates who were still awaiting official status Friday, bringing the total number of candidates to 10. Small business owner Duy T. Nguyen and retail...
  • Sunset annexation on hold

    Huntington Beach's annexation of Sunset Beach is on hold until the Orange County Superior Court makes a final hearing, the court decided Wednesday. Judge Frederick P. Horn set a hearing date for March 2 during proceedings for a lawsuit filed by the...
  • Boardman: Interest of people most important

    Editor's note: This is the first in a series of profiles on candidates for the Huntington Beach City Council. * When Connie Boardman announced her intention to run for Huntington Beach City Council 10 years ago, she positioned herself as a champion of...
  • Community Commentary: Protecting their community

    It's no mystery that homes in Huntington Beach come with a high price tag. As an alternative to traditional single-family homes, many people, especially seniors, choose mobile home ownership. There are about 3,000 mobile homes in Huntington Beach, housing...
  • Mailbag: Council critics aren't majority

    With regard to the question, "Does the current City Council ignore residents' concerns?" ("Boardman is in, DeLong is out," Aug. 12): Whenever a land use issue comes to the council for consideration, those in opposition to it will always be more motivated...
  • 'I just want to finish what I started'

    'I just want to finish what I started'
    Shortly after Joe Carchio was elected to his first term on the Huntington Beach City Council, he went for an orientation with the city's department heads. At one point, meeting an official, he launched into a spiel about all the things he wanted to...