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Ongoing and upcoming local issues

• 350 Main Street: Bob Griffith, owner of PCH & Main, reports that he is speaking with the next business that will occupy the...

Dozens speak against LA Fitness plan

Speaking before a packed City Council Chamber, Seal Beach and Rossmoor citizens spoke for more than an hour against the proposed LA Fitness Club...

Greenbelt parking ban extended

Seal Beach Old Town’s chronic problem with parking space prompted a meeting at the Council Chambers on Thursday evening, July 14. The meeting was...

Letter to the Editor: July 21, 2011

Councilwoman Deaton on parking meeting Thank you to all who came to the recent meeting, called or wrote e-mails about your opinions, concerns and solutions...

Main Street crackdown

The city of Seal Beach is cracking down again on the placement of items on the sidewalks along Main Street. Courtesy notices were sent to...

Opinion: Permit process would benefit Sunset Beach

Sun Newspaper guest columnist Julie Lurie wrote in the March 24 “Citizens Association opposes forced Sunset Beach annexation” article that any problems with vacation...

Main Street Cyclery responds to critics

Dave Dunton, owner of the Main Street Cyclery, told the Monday, Aug. 9 meeting of the Seal Beach City Council that he was unjustly...

Kaiser on a Roll: We don’t got no bench

Welcome to Main Street, Old Town Seal Beach. There has been quite a buzz lately in the so-called “downtown” of this seaside city. The...

Drawing a line on Main Street

Seal Beach city officials are (figuratively) drawing a line on the sidewalk. The city is insisting that Main Street area merchants remove unauthorized benches and...

Bike shop and neighbors at odds

Three Old Town residents told the Seal Beach City Council Monday, July 12, that the city had not acted on their complaints about Main...
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