Pilots overhead and a pilot concert on the ground?
At its meeting on Tuesday, the Huntington Beach City Council will consider approval of a one-time pilot music concert on the city beach in conjunction with the Pacific Airshow on Oct. 1 and 2.
Attendance at the event would be limited to 12,000 people each night and the location would be adjacent to Beach Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway. Public safety costs for the concert would be paid for by event promoter Code Four at a rate of $5 per person attending.
The meeting will be held in person at the Council Chambers at 2000 Main Street (at Yorktown Avenue) at 6 p.m., although virtual access is available through Zoom.
Pay raise for WSD school trustees
The Westminster School District Board of Trustees approved a pay increase for its members at its meeting Thursday night.
The raise is $14.59 per month, a 5 percent adjustment that will bring the monthly amount to $306. The change is retroactive to Feb. 1.
Also on Thursday night, the board recognized the WSD’s Administrator of the Year as Jason Kuncewicki, director of human resources, and Heidi DeBritton as Principal of the Year. She’s at Stacey Middle School.
The next meeting of the board is set for June 24.
Condo complex before Stanton planners
A public hearing to consider a new 36-unit single-family condominium project will go before the Stanton Planning Commission when it meets on Wednesday, June 16.
The proposed development would be located at Katella Avenue and Western Avenue in a high-density residential zone.
Starting time for the meeting is 6:30 p.m. and it will be held virtually via teleconference.
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