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City settles freeway expansion lawsuit

The Seal Beach City Council announced this week that it has authorized the city manager to execute a settlement agreement to end its lawsuit...

College Park East holds annual Holiday Lights Contest 2017

The College Park East Neighborhood Association’s Annual Holiday Lights Contest was held Dec. 9–10. The list of this year’s winners includes: Diana and Justin Silva...

Four former firefighters on new committee

The date of the first meeting of the Citizens Ad Hoc Fire Services Advisory Committee has apparently not been set. The City Council-appointed commitee...

CPE resident Gina Phillips chairs Youth Center campaign

This year’s annual Youth Center Community Support Campaign kicks off with Chairperson Gina Phillips leading the way to raise more than $150,000 in 30...

Fired-up residents pack Seal Beach City Council chambers

It was standing room only at Monday night’s City Council meeting as residents filled the council chambers, waiting for the “public comment” portion of...

Seal Beach planners to look at affordable housing

A Seal Beach citizens’ committee selected seven potential sites for “affordable” housing last week. The issue will now go to the Planning Commission. The matter...

Letters to the Editor: Jan. 12, 2012

Seal Beach Boulevard roadwork causes raging traffic jam I scoured a recent edition of the Sun.  I was somewhat surprised not to see any mention of...

Area residents anxious about construction at Rossmoor center

As the Shops at Rossmoor center prepares for new businesses to open up, Seal Beach and Rossmoor residents are concerned about the potential impact...

Mayor gives New Year’s message

On Dec. 12, Seal Beach Leisure World resident Michael Levitt was reappointed by his colleagues during the City Council’s annual reorganization as the city’s...

College Park East lets holiday lights shine in neighborhood

College Park East Neighborhood Association has presented its Holiday Lights Awards for 2011. Most Creative:  4480 Elder Avenue, Dave and Ellen Lopez Most Original:  3590 Rose...
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