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Los Alamitos seeks residents to apply for City commissions

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Los Alamitos encourages residents to apply for open positions on City Commissions. Applications are now being accepted for the listed commissions. CABLE TELEVISION COMMISSION – This is ...
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CHP to distracted drivers: that email or phone call is not worth your life

In response to this growing incidence of distracted driving, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) has launched a yearlong, Adult Distracted Driving traffic safety campaign in partnership with the Office of Traffic Safety and the...
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OC Registrar of Voters announces manual tally of votes cast

Pursuant to California Election Code section 15360 (d) this serves as public notice that we will be conducting a random draw of 1% of our precincts in the Nov. 4, 2014 General Election to be used in a manual tally of votes cast...
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City of Long Beach invites public to open houses on the future of its civic center

The public is invited to attend two open houses and a City Council Study Session and share their thoughts regarding the future of the Long Beach Civic Center. The Civic Center has significant seismic deficiencies, and the City ...
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Cypress City Attorney announces retirement

Long-time City Attorney William Wynder announced his retirement at the regular Cypress City Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 27. Bill Wynder, of Aleshire & Wynder, has served as City Attorney for over sixteen years. His wife...
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Long Beach puts process in place for selection of new police chief

City Manager Pat West today announced the process for selecting a new Police Chief, should a vacancy occur as a result of the November 4, 2014 election. The City Manager plans to conduct an expedited recruitment process of inte...
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CHP traffic safety programs awarded national recognition

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) today announced the receipt of a national award for its traffic safety programs. The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) has awarded the CHP the prestigious Clayton J. Hall M...
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Independent mailer for Stacy Berry finally surfaces

The City Council race in Cypress has attracted outsided expenditures, specifically from the Cypress Police Officers Association (no surprise there) and Southern California Coalition of Businesses and Taxpayers (huh?). From its ...
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CHP looks to lower teen driving deaths with revamped Start Smart program

Collisions remain the number one killer of American teenagers, killing almost as many drivers as passengers, and killing more kids than homicide or suicide. The same holds true in California. Saving teen lives through education...
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Outside money still being spent in Cypress Council race

From the first batch of campaign filings, we learned that Southern California Coalition of Business and Taxpayers (SCCBT), representing developer interests from the looks of its donor list, has spent money to promote Paolo Mora...
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Yard signs in favor of Measures Q and R in Cypress. Photo by C.E.H. Wiedel.

Money contributed for (or against) local ballot measures

After looking at contributions for candidates in the Cypress City Council race, we’ll now look at contributions supporting (or opposing) local ballot measures. Measure Q This measure, if approved, would rezone the Cypress Sch...
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Letter to the Editor: Responding to David Rose

Here is an attempt to briefly address the letter, dated Oct. 19, from Mr. Rose as the Chairman of Concerned Cypress Citizens. In 2011, a 7-11 Committee was formed, as mandated by California Education Code, to make recommendatio...
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Letter to the Editor: Measures Q and R — A sad state of affairs

When residents hear City Council members speak in support of Measures Q and R, it is important that residents know that in September 2012, the City signed a settlement agreement witht he School District that “the City hereby ...
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Stephen Hammond and Josh Wilson, new commissioners for the City of Los Alamitos.

New members approved for Los Alamitos city commissions

At a special meeting on Monday, Oct. 20, members of the Los Alamitos City Council interviewed two applicants for openings on two of the City’s advisory commissions. Both applicants were subsequently approved. Stephen Hammond ...
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