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Fred Navarro, superintendent of Newport Mesa Unified, recently sent an email to employees and parents regarding the school start date in August 2020.
Re “Land-use restrictions play into Newport Beach homeless shelter search,” Sept. 8): I am currently a “guest” at the Costa Mesa Bridge Shelter and have been here for about four months.
The time has come for local government to put its foot down on bad projects that seek to gain civic favor by rationalizing the need for affordable housing in Huntington Beach.
Let’s be clear: If the city of Huntington Beach isn’t looking for new housing solutions, we aren’t likely to find any answers to our current housing issue — and the price of our continued failure will be considerable.
The cultural shift brought on by the millennial generation has made seeking out new experiences a vital part of living an enriched life.
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