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No cuts to service or staff in proposed city budget

There are no cuts to Seal Beach services or cuts to city staff in the proposed budget for 2020-21, according to Finance Director Kelly...

Council could re-hire old oil consultant

Update: The city of Seal Beach has removed Item J, Oil Revenue Recovery Agreement, from the Monday, Dec. 11, City Council agenda. The revised...

Guest Column: Resident calls for public safety, first and foremost

At the last City Council meeting the Council authorized hiring two more police officers.  With crime in our City and throughout our State going...

Guest opinion: Hope for ‘striking oil’ soon

Last June, the City of Seal Beach adopted a budget that had only an $11,000 surplus. This surplus was “razor thin” considering that the...

No change to animal control

For now, there won’t be any change to Seal Beach’s contract with Long Beach Animal Care Services. This week the Seal Beach City Council looked...

Beach parking fee increase now on hold

Editor's note: In the print edition of this week's Sun, the front page continuation line at the bottom of this story directed readers to...

City Council OKs $30 million budget

The $30 million Seal Beach city budget was passed unanimously and without changes Monday night by the City Council. The financial year ends June...

City looks at refilling ‘piggy bank’

Seal Beach officials discussed ways to pay for city projects at last week’s budget study session on the Capital Improvement Program (a five-year plan...

Proposed city budget sees $11K in surplus

Seal Beach Finance Director Victoria Beatley told the City Council recently that staff expects the city to have a surplus of $11,000 at the...

Guest opinion: Seal Beach resident wants budget clarity from city

Resident Bruce Bennett requested that the following be placed on the City of Seal Beach agenda: That the City of Seal Beach establish a five-year...
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