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Council looks at local eviction moratoriums

Seal Beach will let its ban on commercial evictions expire. The city will take a wait and see approach to the residential eviction moratorium. At...

River’s End Park on 1st Street officially belongs to the city

The park on First Street now belongs to Seal Beach. The City Council formally accepted the park Monday, Sept. 13. The fence surrounding the...

Pier restrooms: an update

Seal Beach District One Councilman/Mayor Joe Kalmick recently told the Seal Beach Chamber that the restrooms under the pier are scheduled to be completely...

Seal Beach Council OKs COVID vaccination site aid agreement

The Seal Beach City Council approved a mutual aid agreement with Orange County as part of the local COVID vaccination effort. This was part of...

Seal Beach gives Supervisor Foley a city flag

City officials provided District Two Orange County Supervisor Katrina Foley with a city flag on Wednesday, Sept. 1, at a roundtable breakfast for mayors...

Seal Beach city officials comment on passage of California Senate Bill...

California Senate Bill 9 passed recently, which will have a significant impact on local land use. The council has officially opposed the bill since...

Council shifts gears on head-in parking

The Seal Beach Municipal Code currently requires head-in parking. And the Seal Beach City Council on Monday, Aug. 9, decided to keep the requirement, but...

City Manager Ingram updates council on contract approvals for quarter

City Manager Jill Ingram (or Seal Beach department heads) approved eight contracts between April 1 and June 30. Ingram this week updated the City Council...

City amends job classification plans

The City Council last week approved changes to the city’s employee classification plans, establishing three positions and their pay grades. The vote was 4-1. District...

Council looks at head-in parking

On Monday, July 26, the Seal Beach City Council voted 3-2 to approve an ordinance to create an exemption to the city’s requirement that...
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