What’s in the Sun? – April 28, 2022

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SB Police announces road closures for Apr 30 Classic Car Show

The Seal Beach Police this week released the road closure information for the Annual Classic Car Show, a showcase event for the City of Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce, with more than 500 classic cars on display all along Main Street.  On Saturday, April 30, the following streets will be closed as a result of this event:  … [more]


Lawn Bowling: A game of skill for all ages

The Long Beach Lawn Bowling Club has been around so long that some of its current members (now retired, or close to retirement) recall walking by the greens on their way to school and wondering what all the old people wearing white were playing out there on the grass.
They would eventually learn that the game was lawn bowling and the game itself is so old, it could be … [more]


Real estate permit returns to planners at May 2 meeting

A request to allow a real estate business to operate on Main Street will be part of the May 2 Planning Commission agenda. The application is being heard for a second time due to a city error in notifying the public about the hearing.
Three public hearings are scheduled to be held during the Monday, May 2, Planning Commission meeting, according to public notices published in the … [more]


McGaugh student becomes Editor for Day

The Sun News recently had McGaugh Elementary School student Lucas Wadleigh spend the afternoon in the office as the Editor for the Day. Lucas helped with some proof reading, learned a little about how we put the paper together with InDesign page layout program and shared some of his writing with us.
     Lucas is an avid writer and had some examples of his work to share, including a very well-written essay on whether or not …. [more]


Seal Beach swimming pool project: a chronology of events

The McGaugh swimming pool is a Seal Beach icon. Grandparents have watched their grandkids splash in the same pool they used when they were young.
The project to replace or refurbish the pool began in 2008. The future of the pool remains unknown.
     The city budgeted $40,000 for pool repairs in the 2021-22 fiscal year. [news analysis].  The following is a chronological history of the McGaugh pool. Most of the information comes… [more]


Ten object to city agreement with Seal Beach Pickleball Association

Guest Opinion: Proposed development on Old Ranch Golf Club

 

 

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