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Kris Murray: Anaheim Investment Races Westward

An op-ed by Anaheim Councilwoman Kris Murray, exclusively for AnaheimBlog: Anaheim Investment Races Westward By Kris Murray, Council Member, City of Anaheim When we focus on economic development in Anaheim, we have a proud tradition of becoming like a pit crew at a race track. Our goal is to build and maintain an economic engine for success, and our residents and ...

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City Council Approves Second Fireworks Sales Location For West Anaheim

Last night the Anaheim City Council approved adding a second location for the sale of safe-and-sane fireworks for the celebration of Independence Day, and reduce the fines for violations related to the use of safe-and-sane fireworks. Mayor Pro Tem Lucille Kring and Councilmembers Kris Murray and Jordan Brandman voted in favor of adding a second location; Mayor Tom Tait and ...

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Downtown Anaheim Certified Farmers’ Market Spring Celebration On March 24

Look Who’s Hopping into the Anaheim Certified Farmers’ Market! Downtown Anaheim Certified Farmers’ Market Spring Celebration Anaheim, CA – The Downtown Anaheim Certified Farmers’ Market and Craft Fair, which takes place every Thursday from 11am-4pm, is hosting a spring celebration! The fun begins on Thursday, March 24. Free kids activities, 11am-4pm, will include egg dying, coloring contest, and spring-themed craft ...

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Downtown Anaheim Holding Community Yard Sale On Saturday, March 5

Downtown Anaheim Association is offering a common grounds for Anaheim residents to sell their wares and shop for second-hand goods on Saturday, March 5, 8am-1pm. Treasure seekers will be able to rummage through Center Street Anaheim in the hopes of finding unique furniture, antiques, house-hold items, electronics, clothing and collectables. In addition to providing a friendly atmosphere for residents to ...

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Anaheim To Experiment With Drug User Diversion Program

Mayor Tom Tait announced a new program at Tuesday’s State of the City address to divert drug users into recovery. Called “Drug Free Anaheim,” it would encourage dug addicts to go to the police and request treatment. In December an Anaheim businessman, Orin Abrams, met with some police officials and me to discuss a unique drug addiction initiative going on ...

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Join “Anaheim Reads” One Book/One City Program

This came over the transom from the City of Anaheim: Join “Anaheim Reads” One Book/One City Program Month long event to feature classic “The Maltese Falcon,”related community activities ANAHEIM, Calif. (January 28, 2016) – Anaheim residents of all ages are invited to “Anaheim Reads,” a month-long One Book/One City program designed to encourage the community to read, enjoy and discuss ...

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“King Tut” Held Over And Nokmeejun” Opens At Anaheim Muzeo

This came over the transom from The Muzeo: JANUARY AT MUZEO: “KING TUT” HELD OVER AND “NOKMEEJUN” OPENS Anaheim, CA (January 8, 2016) – Muzeo is pleased to announce that King Tut: “Wonderful Things” from the Pharaoh’s Tomb is being held over through January 30th. This collection of 131 replicas – one of Muzeo’s most popular exhibits to date – has also ...

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“And It Came To Pass In Those Days…”

And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria.) And all went to be taxed, every one into his own city. And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, ...

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