Priscella Vega is the Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley reporter for the Daily Pilot. Before joining the Pilot in February 2017, she worked for the Daily Breeze covering the Palos Verdes Peninsula and for the Long Beach Press-Telegram as a general assignment intern. She earned her journalism degree from Cal State Long Beach. (714) 966-4617.
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City Manager Oliver Chi says that as additional options have become available, he isn’t ready to recommend that the City Council move forward with the former site of Al’s Woodcraft at 17881 Beach Blvd. to use as a homeless shelter.
Under applicant Jeff Bergsma’s plan, the proposed building would provide 1,660 square feet of retail space on the ground floor — with the other three floors serving as a local business’s headquarters and a roof deck.
Under her new four-year contract, Carol Hansen’s 2018-19 base salary of $230,004 will increase to $236,945 after she received an “excellent” evaluation from the school board for this school year, according to district officials.
Thursday’s festivities, which are open to the public, begin at 6 p.m. in Edison High’s cafeteria and feature dinner.
Fountain Valley has 142 Orange County Transportation Authority stops that currently are maintained by advertising company Clear Channel Outdoor.
The Snowbirds — officially known as the 431 Air Demonstration Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force — zoomed in formation across the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base on Tuesday before being welcomed by Huntington Beach city officials.
The fourth edition of the free show, originally called the Breitling Huntington Beach Airshow, is slated for Friday through Oct. 6 in the area of the Waterfront Beach Resort along Pacific Coast Highway.
State Parks Supt. Kevin Pearsall says promoters may be required to show that they have all their necessary permits on a set timeline with specific deadlines instead of requiring them to submit all the documents at least 14 days before an event.
Vincent Vargas, 29, was charged with felony assault — on allegations of throwing a brick at a person driving a car — and felony vandalism after property was damaged around the area of Bushard Street and Adams Avenue, according to authorities. He has pleaded not guilty.
Huntington Beach officials want to know what kind of public art its residents would like to see before it moves further in developing its first public art master plan. Residents can fill out an online survey until Oct. 18.