What’s in this week’s Sun – August 15, 2019

What’s in this week’s Sun – August 15, 2019

Seal Beach Arts & Crafts Faire returning in September

Courtesy of SB Lions—The 42nd Annual Seal Beach Arts & Crafts Faire, produced by the Seal Beach Lions, will occur this year on Sept. 7, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sept. 8 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Eisenhower Park. The Faire happens right after the Labor Day weekend, helps draw people back into our town, and is an opportunity for [read more]

Police town hall meeting is set for Aug. 20

The city of Seal Beach has released the Police Services Study (“Report on the Police Department Resource Allocation Study”), commissioned last year to determine what staffing and operational changes might be needed to make the city’s police department run at top efficiency. [read more]

Ongoing and upcoming local issues: City to re-issue notice of Farmer’s Market event permit application

Some people in town continue to object to the Farmer’s Market/street fair proposed for Seal Beach’s Main Street. The city has re-issued the notice informing the public that an application for a special event permit has been filed with the city. You can find the notice on page 20 of the print edition of this week’s Sun. [read more]

Shaping California’s electoral map

California wants your help drawing its next electoral map.  The state is seeking people to serve on the 2020 Citizen Redistricting Commission, an independent 14-member board in charge of drawing district boundaries. The deadline to apply was recently extended to August 19.  Commission members are tasked with drawing the lines of California’s Congressional, State Senate, State Assembly and State Board of Equalization districts using data from the upcoming 2020 Census. (The boundaries for City Council and other local government districts are not [read more]



Seal Beach hosts annual National Night Out community event



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Firefighter for a Day



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