• Sacramento Bee
    Newsom sued Huntington Beach in January, arguing the Orange County city isn’t allowing enough housing for low-income people. Newsom has threatened to also sue other cities that fail to meet building targets outlined in state law. In his first budget, Newsom included $250 million to help cities and counties plan for more housing and another $ ...
  • San Clemente Times
    According to the city, the ordinance is consistent with similar municipal laws other coastal cities in California have enacted, including some in Huntington Beach and Laguna Beach. The city also noted that the tents “can take up considerable space” at parks and be an “eyesore in green spaces.” Acting Mayor Dan Bane stressed that the ...
  • OC Weekly
    “The holidays are here,” stated the Nov. 18 WalletHub press release. “And one thing they’re known for is encouraging indulgence, such as overeating and overspending, which can lead to unfortunate economic consequences. Americans are the fattest people in the world and every year sustain $150 – $210 billion in losses as a result. Plus ...
  • Mercury News
    Kris Goodfellow got the nod over Abigail Medina in that race. A handful of endorsements went to the convention to be decided in caucus meetings Saturday, including the race for the 37th Senate District encompassing most of Orange and Huntington Beach along Costa Mesa, Irvine, Newport Beach, and part of Anaheim. David Min, who ran for an Orange ...
  • Orange County Register
    including the race for the 37th Senate District encompassing most of Orange and Huntington Beach along Costa Mesa, Irvine, Newport Beach, and part of Anaheim. David Min, who ran for an Orange County congressional seat in 2018, and Costa Mesa Mayor Katrina Foley sought Democratic endorsement in the 37th as they vie to unseat GOP incumbent Sen.
  • Orange County Register
    At the state level, this same tension recurs. At the end of October, an appeal was heard on the challenge the cities of Huntington Beach and Los Alamitos made to the same California laws banning assistance by state or local police to federal law enforcement efforts regarding immigration. How cities direct their own police departments ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    John Harduvel, Huntington Beach To the editor: The op-ed piece by Antonia Hernandez and Alex Padilla is remarkably accurate in its assessment of the racism prevalent in the era in which Proposition 187 passed and how things changed as a result. As the writers note, the proposition was blocked in the courts. But four years later, Proposition 227 ...
  • OC Weekly
    The 72-year-old sold himself on places such as FOX News as the hip “surfin’ congressman,” though on the occasions I saw him in the waters off Huntington Beach, he mostly sat idle on large body boards and looked fragile tackling foot-and-a-half waves. His repertoire of boneheadedness seemed boundless. Rohrabacher spent years demanding that ...
  • San Diego Reader
    At TorchLight’s Investment Summit, Hamrick did more due diligence, the statement says. On May 15 and 16 of 2018, the city investment honcho stuck closer to home, traveling by Southwest Airlines and Amtrak to the Pasea Hotel in Huntington Beach for a total tab of $723, picked up by Long Wharf Capital, an October 4, 2019 filing discloses.
  • Law
    The court affirmed a trial court ruling that said a Huntington Beach rule requiring city attorneys to graduate from ABA-accredited schools was constitutional. Lawyer Jerold Friedman brought the case against Michael Gates, who was elected as the city attorney for Huntington Beach. Friedman had also run for the position but was booted from the ...
  • OC Weekly
    Having joined Los Alamitos and Huntington Beach residents taking their city officials to the 4th District Court of Appeals in Santa Ana last week over the racist political stunt that’s been the anti-Sanctuary State revolt, it’s a good moment to celebrate Orange County activism. It’s turning the tide locally and inspiring communities ...
  • Politico
    To start, he fired his longtime fundraiser, Dan Weitzman. … But Weitzman, 49, is no rookie.” — “Realtors align with Newsom in suing Huntington Beach,” by POLITICO Pro’s Jeremy B. White: “Gov. Gavin Newsom and the California real estate industry now have two things in common: a desire to see Huntington Beach build more affordable ...
  • KPBS
    Speaker 1: 02:16 Part of the problem the governor is running up against is resistance from cities across the state to mandates on new housing construction. In the case of Huntington beach, there are lawsuits pending. How does he plan to deal with pushback from cities? Speaker 2: 02:30 Yeah, that's a really good question. I mean, he's ...
  • Wall Street Journal
    In January, he filed a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against the upscale coastal city of Huntington Beach, outside of Los Angeles, accusing it of blocking the construction of enough affordable places to live. Advocates are also hoping he will sign a series of ...
  • Wall Street Journal
    In January, he filed a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against the upscale coastal city of Huntington Beach, outside of Los Angeles, accusing it of blocking the construction of enough affordable places to live. Advocates are also hoping he will sign a series of ...
  • Pasadena Star-News
    Former city manager, Oliver Chi, left Monrovia on Sept. 20 for an identical position in larger Huntington Beach. “It was really impressed upon me that the next manager has to be a person who can honor and cherish the name ‘Monrovia’ and help carry it ...
  • Orange County Register
    Automatically, she glanced to admire her late mother’s memorial bench, mounted in early July outside the Huntington Beach Main Street Branch. But the 1,000-pound bench had vanished. All that was left was the concrete slab it once sat upon. “I had a ...
  • Orlando Sentinel
    Rodolfo Montoya, 37, who worked at the Long Beach Marriott, was taken into custody Tuesday at his home in Huntington Beach. Officers seized multiple high-powered firearms, including an assault rifle, 38 high-capacity magazines, and hundreds of rounds of ...
  • Napa Valley Register
    While Newsom says he wants to compel communities to be more receptive, and sued one city, Huntington Beach, for failing to meet its state-established housing quota, he’s been paying more ...
  • Sacramento Bee
    Newsom sued Huntington Beach in January, arguing the Orange County city isn’t allowing enough housing for low-income people. Newsom has threatened to also sue other cities that fail to meet building targets outlined in state law. Newsom succeeded in ...