What’s in this week’s Sun – June 28, 2019

What’s in this week’s Sun – June 28, 2019

Sixth annual Band on the Sand party set for Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Fireworks, fun, food trucks and family festivities will again be on hand as the Band on the Sand returns for the sixth year taking place on Wednesday, July 3, from 4 p.m. to dusk. Over 5,000 participants will enjoy a beautiful firework display. Band on the Sand will be held at the beach lot at First Street and Ocean Avenue in Seal Beach. The event is sponsored by Be the Good [Read more].

SBPD and Police Unity Tour of 2019

By Sgt. Julia Clasby For the Sun -Three-day bike ride serves as a tribute to fallen officers  – Before I became a police officer, I attended an information session at the Newport Beach PD. The sergeant addressed the group of prospective applicants and shared that a police officer has a unique role in their community, in that every person they meet is in the midst of their worst moment, and they have the opportunity to help that person and … [Read More]

City Council approves budget with $1.45 million surplus

The Seal Beach City Council on Monday, June 24, unanimously approved a 2019-20 city budget with a projected surplus of $1,456,200. The decision came after council members discussed further adjustments to the budget during the public hearing. Revenues are projected to be $35,726,400.  The City Charter required the council to approve the budget by June 30.  In related news, the council unanimously approved parking fees in … [Read more]

Letters to the Editor: published Thursday, June 28, 2019

Leisure World needs to simplify its governance  –

When new shareholders buy property in Leisure World, they make their decision on a specific apartment, it’s location, and it’s price, NOT what mutual it is in.  Only after moving in do they learn about the differences in the mutuals. Some shareholders are fortunate to be able to move to another mutual if they don’t like policies of the one they are in. Unfortunately, there are not many shareholders who are able to do that.  So you are “stuck” with the mutual you bought in. [more]

A very sad ‘Father’s Day’ tale in Seal Beach

After midnight Friday I awoke to a great clatter.  I sprang from my bed to see what was the matter. What to my wondering eyes did appear? A great long tow truck in rapid reverse gear. [read more]

Crime Log: published Thursday, June 14-18 2019

culled from 86 pages of documents is the latest trove of transgressionary tidbits from Seal Beach.  The tome covers dumpster divers off seventh, citizens snoozing at PCH, erratic driving, and the the expected litany of DUI, vandalism, misguided juvenile exuberance and transient belligerence. [Read more]

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Author: losaltv


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