| June 23, 2017
UCI legal advocates Olivia Weber and Suma Peesapati write that Huntington Beach city council members should consider revoking Rainbow Environmental Services franchise unless the waste hauling business can better control particulate matter levels concentrated near a local elementary school.
| June 6, 2012
Police say many of the shops are fronts for prostitution, but legal concerns delay plans to reduce their numbers.
| April 18, 2012
Instead of immediately banning sales at retail outlets, the City Council majority now wants to phase in the law over two years.
| March 27, 2012
The plan would mean a “huge backlog” of domestic violence cases and police not responding to most non-injury traffic accidents.
| March 6, 2012
The measure is expected to save the city $83,500 during a three-month period.
| February 7, 2012
The city now requires a conditional use permit and a public
hearing for proposed standalone cellphone towers.
| February 2, 2012
The ordinance passes over the strong objections of the city’s
fire and police chiefs.
| January 10, 2012
The decision came after nearly a dozen residents spoke against
the proposal by T-Mobile to put a tower next to the protected area
in Bolsa Chica.
| December 20, 2011
Most council members support lifting the ban, despite strong
objections from the city’s fire and police chiefs.
| December 6, 2011
Don Hansen, who became mayor Monday, also wants a citywide
charity and preservation of youth sports fields.