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Gum Grove Park: replanting of grove lost in 2016 on hold...

Third in a series on Gum Grove Park. Gum Grove Park, which is city-owned, is host to a wide array of plant life, primarily among...

Revenue eyed as oil contract is in negotiations

Over the last few years, city staff and elected officials have hailed untapped oil revenue as a potential solution to Seal Beach’s financial problems....

Pier, police and fire services focus of District One coffee chat

Crime, the Seal Beach pier, the homeless on the other side of the river, and the future of local fire services were among the...

Leisure World rep resigns from fire committee

A member of the Citizens Ad Hoc Fire Services Advisory Committee resigned recently. The city of Seal Beach is looking for someone to fill...

Guest Column: Seal Beach should invite Rossmoor into the city

The chief of police wants to increase the number of officers. The County of Orange wants to reduce services to unincorporated areas. What these topics...

City objectives surface at strategic retreat

City officials and council members met for their fourth strategic planning retreat on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at Old Ranch Country Club. The purpose of the...

Seal Beach council gives city manager a raise

The Seal Beach City Council gave City Manager Jill Ingram a raise Monday, Oct. 23, increasing her base pay from $222,806 to $230,604. The...

Pier repair project awaits Coastal permit

Associate Engineer David Spitz told the City Council that the city has met the conditions for the California Coastal Commission to issue a permit...

City Finance Authority gains a new member

The City Council members, acting as the members of the newly formed Parking Authority, voted unanimously to make the parking agency a member of...

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...
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