UPDATE: The Stanton City Council did not appoint a new city manager Tuesday night. The search for a new top municipal administrator continues.
The appointment of a new city manager tops the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting of the Stanton City Council.
Also on the agenda is a public hearing on the planning commission’s denial of a permit to establish a massage business intended to operate at 14050 Beach Blvd., Unit 105.
The council will meet in its chambers in the Stanton City Hall, 7800 Katella Ave. (west of Beach Boulevard.
Westminster council to mull traffic upgrades
Approval of improvements intended to improve traffic flow along the Bolsa Avenue and Brookhurst Street Corridor go before the Westminster City Council when it meets on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
The improvements include modifications of medians, realignment of Bolsa Avenue, changes to the traffic signal at Bolsa and Brookhurst, and other alterations. The cost of the improvements is estimated at $1.5 million.
The council meets in its chambers at 8200 Westminster Blvd. (east of Beach Boulevard).
Cook School is honored once again
The California Department of Education announced this week that Garden Grove Unified School District’s Cook Elementary School was named a 2018 National Elementary and Secondary Education Act Distinguished School.
This is the second national honor Cook Elementary School has received in the last two years. The school was named a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. Since then, Cook has continued with its school-wide approach to promoting the growth mindset, scholarly habits, perseverance and other skills that lead to academic success. Cook also offers a Scholar Support Group and other interventions to help students set goals and celebrate growth.
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