By David N. Young – Following a long and sometimes contentious appeal that examined the city’s outlook for business development, the city council voted unanimously to back its planning commission, which in January had denied the request for a conditional use permit for a medical office. In an appeal procedure rarely used, attorney Peter Blied, representing North County Consulting, presented his extensive case for reversal of the… more
Rossmoor’s 16th annual Spring Garden Tour and Outdoor Marketplace is expected to be bigger and better than ever this year. Ticket holders will be able to visit five back yards in Rossmoor and the surrounding area, as well as shop at the Outdoor Marketplace at Rush Park, which will feature a variety of vendors, a plant sale, a raffle, food trucks and speakers from Vector Control and the UC Master Gardener Program talking about best practices for nurturing your plants. The event, sponsored by the Rossmoor Woman’s Club, is scheduled to take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 19. more
Los Alamitos city and chamber officials gathered with well-wishers this past week to cut the ribbon on Miss Priss Cupcakes and Such. Owner Karie Foster (center) along with her daughter Madison Foster and her Mom Suzie Johnston are shown with Los Al city council member Dean Grose and a representative of Assembly member Tyler Diep. Other Los Al Chamber members are shown in the photo. Miss Priss not only serves delicious cupcakes and custom cakes but also sandwiches and sides, Thrifty ice cream and cookies. It is located at 10670 Los Alamitos Boulevard.
The Rossmoor-Los Alamitos Republican Women Federated will welcome Dr. Barbara Stone, emeritus professor of political science at California State University, Fullerton at their upcoming meeting May 18. A dynamic and engaging speaker, Dr. Stone will share her perspective on the state and national political landscape and its impact on … more