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Huntington Beach Happenings

by: Chris MacDonald
Posted: January 14, 2019

HUNTINGTON BEACH...A very Happy Birthday to the following people. They are: Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem John Stephens and Huntington Beach Surf City Store Manager Brian Cizek.

Huntington Beach Public Works Director Travis Hopkins Executive Assistant Kirsty Bacon Said: Sandbags -Free to Huntington Beach and Sunset Beach residents. Identification may be required- please bring ID/Driver License and current utility bill. City of Huntington Beach - 17371 Gothard Street (west side of Gothard Street, between Warner and Slater Avenues) 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM Monday - Friday Edison Community Center - 21377 Magnolia Street Warner Fire Station - 3831 Warner Avenue Questions? Contact Public Works at 714.960.8861.

Bags are for residents only - no businesses, please. There is a limit of 20 bags per household. The City provides the sand and sandbags. Bring a shovel and be prepared to fill your own sandbags. Resident is responsible for lawfully disposing of san and sandbags after use. Elderly and disabled residents may call the HB Fire Department CERT Message Line at 714.536.5974 to arrange for free sandbag delivery. For more information on flood preparedness, call the Emergency Management & Homeland Security Office at 714.374.1565.

Huntington Beach Mayor Erik Peterson Said: Did you know that 17% of the Cities Funds come from The Beach Boulevard Of Car Dealers. Also, there is a new Jeep Pilot Store on Beach Boulevard just south of Heil Avenue in Huntington Beach.

From Huntington Beach City Councilman Patrick Brenden... In recent years, my wife and I have had the opportunity to travel frequently to New York City where our kids have been attending Pace University. We are happy that both have now graduated and are grateful that both are fully employed. During our many trips to NYC, I have been appalled by the conditions of roads and sidewalks. This is especially true in the suburbs, most notably in Brooklyn where my kids are living. Traffic congestion is horrible, street lights aren’t syncronized and the lack of left turn and right turn lanes means that traffic is constantly stop and go with impatient motorists swerving between lanes to try and save a few precious seconds. Not only is this situation frustrating, it is also unsafe. And, crumbling sidewalks certainly create their own brand of a public safety hazard as evidenced by the frequency of trip and fall incidents. All of this makes me grateful for what we enjoy in Huntington Beach as a result of a well managed local government where our Public Works Department does a great job of deploying its limited budget in a manner that ensures our safety on our streets and sidewalks. Thank you to the hard working folks of the Huntington Beach Public Works Department.

Attention Huntington Beach Residents. Lamppost Pizza at: 7071 Warner Avenue is no longer there. The shopping center has new management and they want to take the center in a new direction, which we were told does not include local businesses or local chains. Their focus will be on national chains and they were unwilling to extend their lease. Lamppost had been in that location for more than 35 years. They are planning on relocating to another location locally. You can e-mail them to keep Informed at: lpfc@aol.com .

Use http://www.huntingtonbeachcoupon.com and save money where you shop Locally. You can save money from Balboa BBQ, The Cake Box Pastries, Crunch HB Gym, Shoe Repair, Mumbi's Designs, Action Carpet Care, Sentry Pest Management and The Surf City Store.


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