Author Archives: Editorial Staff

10 Anaheim Cooling Centers Available During Heat Wave

From the City of Anaheim: Anaheim Cooling Centers Offer Relief from the Heat ANAHEIM, Calif. (August 12, 2015) With this weekend’s high-heat advisory, the City of Anaheim is reminding the community of its 10 cooling centers to help residents beat the heat in the coming days. Please call the location nearest you for hours of operation. Brookhurst Community Center, 2271 ...

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Jordan Brandman for Congress Campaign Kick-Off On August 10 In Anaheim

  Anaheim Councilman Jordan Brandman will kick-off his campaign for the 46th Congressional District next week. When:  Monday, August 10, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Where: The Sheraton Park Hotel, 1855 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim Brandman, a Democrat, is squaring off against former state Senator Lou Correa, also a Democrat. CD46 is open because the long-time incumbent, Rep. Loretta Sanchez, is ...

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Free Concerts In Pearson Park In August

From the City of Anaheim: Free Summer Concerts at Pearson Park ANAHEIM, Calif. (August 4, 2015) – Two free concerts will be held at the Pearson Park Amphitheatre this month, featuring music the entire family will enjoy. All are welcome to attend the free shows, including free parking. Saturday, August 8 – an Elton John Tribute Band starring Kenny Metcalf ...

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Phone Scam Masquerading As Anaheim Public Library Fundraising

From the City of Anaheim: Advisory — Phone Scam Seeking Donations for Anaheim Public Library ANAHEIM, Calif. (August 1, 2015) Recently, there have been multiple incidents reported of solicitation calls fraudulently seeking donations on behalf of the City of Anaheim Public Library. Please be advised the City of Anaheim Public Library is NOT soliciting phone donations. The Anaheim Police Department ...

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A Potentially Destructive Duo: El Niño + Artificial Turf

Although not-Anaheim specific, the drought affects Anaheim as much as anyplace else, and so we share with our readers this editorial submission from Mr. John W. Spring of Anaheim: A Potentially Destructive Duo: El Niño + Artificial Turf John W. Spring State and local officials have encouraged taking drastic measures to save water, but there are potential and negative consequences ...

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“2015 Save Water Expo” This Saturday, June 6 At ARTIC

From the City of Anaheim: ANAHEIM PUBLIC UTILITIES HOSTS THE 2015 SAVE WATER EXPO ANAHEIM, CA –Anaheim Public Utilities invites the community to learn more about saving water at the 2015 Save Water Expo. The event will be held on Saturday, June 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at ARTIC, the new transportation hub located at 2626 E. Katella ...

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Election 2016: DIY City Council Districts

From the City of Anaheim: RESIDENTS ENCOURAGED TO HELP DESIGN DISTRICT SHAPES ANAHEIM, CA – (May 28, 2015) – Community meetings are being held to gather comments and ideas for drawing district boundaries. The Advisory Committee on Electoral Districts is reaching out to residents by meeting on various evenings and in neighborhood communities, as well as City Hall. The next ...

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See You Today At Taste of Anaheim at the Anaheim GardenWalk!

Celebrate 20 years of the “Taste of Anaheim” with us today, May 7th at the Anaheim GardenWalk, beginning at 5:30 p.m. – with nearly 40 restaurants confirmed, and three fabulous bands ready to keep you rocking.  Pre-sale tickets can be purchased for $40 up until 4:00 p.m. today; tickets bought at the door are $45.  Children under 5 are FREE. Join us ...

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City of Anaheim Hires New Planning Director

The City of Anaheim has hired David Belmer as its new planning director to fill the vacancy left by the retirement of long-time Planning Director Sherri Vander Dussen. From the city’s press release: David Belmer will join the City of Anaheim as Planning Director, effective May 26, it was approved and announced at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. Belmer brings ...

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Anaheim Public Utilities Receives High Marks For Credit Worthiness

Anaheim Public Utilities’ water and electric systems have received high marks for long-term bonds from Fitch Ratings and Standard &Poor’s (S&P) ratings services, two leading global credit rating agencies. Fitch Ratings and S&P assigned Anaheim’s water and electric systems with ‘AAA’ and ‘AA-’ grades, respectively. “Anaheim Public Utilities is committed to providing our residents with safe and reliable water and power services at competitive rates,” said Dukku Lee, Anaheim Public Utilities general manager. “The bond ratings allow us to move ...

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