Huntington Beach

Housing town hall set on Saturday

MIKE POSEY, the new mayor of Huntington Beach, makes point at a city council meeting. He will host town hall on housing in City Hall on Saturday (Orange County Tribune photo).

A town hall meeting on housing will be held on Saturday morning, hosted by Huntington Beach Mayor Mike Posey. The event will begin at 9 a.m. in City Hall, 2000 Main St. (at Yorktown Avenue).

Topics for discussion will include

  • existing challenges and opportunities
  • zoning
  • business and community partners.

The meeting will also have a legislative overview, an interactive panel, a definition of high density and a question and answer segment.

For more information, call Antonio Graham at (714) 536-5537 or e-mail .

HUNTINGTON BEACH Fire Department Hazmat team cleans up a chemical spill (HBPD/Chris Conkle).

Hazmat teams cleans up a muriatic acid spill

The Huntington Beach Fire Department Hazardous Materials Team on Wednesday cleaned up a spill of muriatic acid on Graham Street just north of Warner Avenue in Huntington Beach.

The alarm came in at 5:24 p.m. and the operation took one hour and 37 minutes to complete, according to the HBFD.

City public works personnel handled the disposal of the acid. Three HBFD units assisted.

Muriatic acid is a corrosive, strong mineral aid used in manufacturing. It can emit a dangerous gas that can cause injuries to lungs and skin.

“Bold As Love” hits the water

The first outrigger surf canoe program for Huntington Beach will launch on Friday, starting at 10 a.m. and continuing to 11 a.m. in the area south of the municipal pier at Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway.

The program in the “Bold As Love” canoe will run two days a month, during the week, for two hours each session.



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  1. Posey and Delgleize must be voted out of office if you want to stop high density housing, The developers and special interests have them in their pockets.

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