What’s in this week’s Sun? – August 29, 2019

What’s in this week’s Sun?  – August 29, 2019

Lions lauded for 80 years of service

At its Aug. 12 meeting, the Seal Beach City Council recognized the Seal Beach Lions Club for its 80th year of service to the community. The Lions Club originated in 1917 in Chicago, and 22 years later the Seal Beach Chapter formed.   The Seal Beach Lions have become engrained in Seal Beach, assisting, or leading the efforts of many of the events that have become  [read more]

Work on Main Street’s Bay Theatre entrance to start in September

Work to make the old Bay Theatre movie house ADA-compliant is expected to start in September.  This follows recent work on the projection room which upgraded the room to four projectors and enable the theater to show 16mm, 35mm and digital media.  According to owner/developer Paul Dunlap, the construction crew will need to work on the street, the sidewalk and the entrance of the movie house in order to comply with [read more]

Rep. Rouda addresses Seal Beach Democrats

The Democratic Club of Seal Beach welcomed Congressman Harley Rouda to its Tuesday, Aug. 20, meeting.  Rouda was met with enthusiasm, gratitude, applause and laughter by the hundred or so members who attended. He returned the favor by thanking the club for their extraordinary support in  the mid-terms which contributed to the countrywide “blue wave.”  Rouda was both erudite and eloquent as he covered a variety of substantive issues such as [read more]

New CEO of Bolsa Chica Conservancy named

The Bolsa Chica Conservancy recently selected Patrick Brenden as their new CEO. Brenden, a Huntington Beach City Councilman, lives near the wetlands and has volunteered there as well as for many other environmental causes.  “The Conservancy Board of Directors are very   [read more]

Sewer spill leads to closure of harbor area

The County of Orange Health Care Agency’s Environmental Health division has closed the harbor water area encompassing Anaheim Bay, Sunset Aquatic Marina, Portofino Cove, Anderson Street Marina, Mother’s Beach, and Admiralty Drive in the City of Huntington Beach due to a sewage spill. The spill of approximately 60,000 gallons was caused by a sewer main blockage in [read more]

Seal Beach Crime Log – Aug. 16 -21

Just your typical catalog of theft, burglarys, shoplifting, human waste mismanagement, littering and DUI.  [read more]


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