Local News Digest – Sept. 29, 2021

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Local News Digest – Sept. 29, 2021

Seal Beach To Launch Pilot Dog Park At Zoeter Park

Dog owners of Seal Beach, your pup’s playtime just got a little better. The City of Seal Beach is hosting a pop-up dog park at Zoeter park, the city announced.  This pilot program will operate everyday from sunrise to sunset until Nov. 29.  from Patch.com

Seal Beach Police Department arrests man for arranging to meet minor for sexual purpose

A man was arrested by Seal Beach Police after allegedly engaging in online sexual communication with a minor and arranging to meet the minor for sexual purposes. In early September 2021, the Seal Beach Police Department received information about an adult male who engaged in sexually explicit online communications with a person believed to be a 14-year-old child. The man also arranged to meet with the minor at a local shopping mall the same day. from OC-Breeze.com

New modeling shows rising seas will change the coast and the groundwater beneath your feet

Concerns about rising sea levels have usually focused on cleaning the sea on previously dry lands, but higher seas also raise coastal groundwater levels.  Miami has already experienced such a groundwater flood. Patrick Barnard, a coastal geologist at the U.S. Geological Survey, said that the Atlantic Ocean is rising enough to regularly push up groundwater levels, eroding the surface of some areas every day.  As a result, some residential areas of Long Beach, Seal Beach, and Huntington Beach will appear on the modeling map as groundwater has already invaded the surface.

Future Voters Scorecard: How Los Alamitos Students Compare In OC

Some districts are significantly better at registering young voters in OC. Here’s how Los Alamitos students feel about voter registration.  From Patch.com

Halloween costumes sale this Saturday at Los Alamitos charity boutique

Miss Charity’s Attic, a thrift boutique affiliated with the National Charity League, is getting a jump on Halloween this Saturday.  A wide range of new and used costumes and accessories for every age will be sold from 10 a.m – 4pm this Saturday, Oct. 2, at the thrift store at 3978 W Cerritos Ave. is Los Alamitos.  For more info on the National Charity League go to nationalcharityleague.orgfrom the Press_telegram. 

Enhanced airfield operations on tap in support of local air show

The Los Alamitos Army Airfield (LAAAF) at the Joint Forces Training Base will serve as the staging point for a variety of military aircraft – including the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and Royal Canadian Air Force Snowbirds Flight Demonstration Teams — scheduled to perform at this weekend’s Pacific Airshow in Huntington Beach.  Arrival of aircraft and support personnel will begin Tuesday, Sept. 28, with flight operations taking place daily through the upcoming weekend. All flight operations will be conducted during normal airfield hours.  There are no public events at Joint Forces Training Base in conjunction with the airshow.  from the OCBreeze.com

Aedes ‘Ankle Biter’ Mosquito Infests Seal Beach, Los Alamitos

They fly at ankle height and are causing a pesky pest problem for Los Al and Seal Beach residents: the Aedes mosquito has arrived across Orange County, OC Vector Control reports.  Commonly referred to as “ankle biters,” these mosquitos have a hunger that doesn’t just come in the evening or morning hours, according to OC Vector Control spokeswoman Lora Young.  from Patch.com. 

Two more movies remain on Los Al Rec’s Drive-Up Film & Food Fest Series 2021

“The Drive-Up MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach Film and Food Event Series features two different drive-up movies and food truck meet ups each month at the Los Alamitos Youth Baseball Parking Lot (4370 Farquhar Avenue) from 7:00pm-10:00pm.

 

 

Author: losaltv

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