CLOSE 5 Things to know about the Nov. 3 election Wochit Five candidates are vying for two seats on the Port Hueneme City Council on Nov. 3.  The candidates include two Incumbents defending their seats. Sylvia Andrea Schnopp, the current Mayor Pro Tem, is the longest serving member of the […]

CLOSE 5 Things to know about the Nov. 3 election Wochit Three candidates are vying for the Camarillo City Council District 3 seat. The district was created after Camarillo switched to a district-based election model from an at-large system in 2019. It covers approximately 12,739 residents and makes up the […]

The District 5 candidates seeking to replace termed-out San Diego City Councilman Mark Kersey shared their views on various issues and goals during a Rancho Bernardo Community Council-sponsored forum. The online Sept. 24 event was moderated by the League of Women Voters of San Diego. The video can be viewed […]

Montrose City Councilor Roy Anderson will step down from the city council, effective April 7, in his resignation letter, citing a serious medical situation concerning his wife. After speaking with doctors and over the winter months, it became clear to Anderson that for his wife’s benefit, they would need to […]

City Parks and Recreation Director Joel Dunn said the clearing work as part of the renovation of Battle Park is being done because a local expert advised a lot of invasive species of plant life at the park needed to be controlled. Dunn told the City Council during a council […]

When: Elizabethtown Borough Council meeting, March 4, with some council members in chambers and some joining remotely. What happened: Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing economic disruption it caused, Elizabethtown “weathered it well,” said Trout CPA auditor Sean Post, who presented council with the 2020 audit report. […]

Applicants for the two open seats on the Eagle Town Council each touched on a variety of issues in the small but growing town in their interviews. Those issues included supporting small businesses and recruiting new businesses, improving internet services, attracting younger people and families to town, helping older residents […]

Mar. 1—The proposals include a pool, a police substation, pickleball courts and road paving. With $140 million worth of bond questions going out to Albuquerque voters this fall, city leaders are debating exactly where that money — if approved — should go. Mayor Tim Keller in January forwarded his plan […]

NORTH ATTLEBORO — Reorganizing town government will be up for discussion again when the town council holds its next virtual meeting Monday night. Discussions of the reorganization of the solid waste department as part of the public works department and the creation of a chief assessor’s post in that office […]

Feb. 17—The city of Moscow should be able to save thousands of dollars in unpaid utility bills by tenants and in the staff time used to manage the process after the City Council’s action Tuesday night. Moscow loses $41,250 on average each year in unpaid bills and staff time and […]

A short-term rental ordinance promoted by District 2 Councilwoman Jennifer Campbell is slated to be heard by the San Diego City Council during its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 23. A staff report outlining the latest version will be available in the days leading up to the meeting. Campbell’s chief of staff, […]

WINTER PARK, Fla. — Hundreds showed up Wednesday night to debate a proposed 4-Star waterfront hotel project in Winter Park. City Commissioners heard from developers Wednesday night. The meeting drew so much interest that overflow rooms had to be set up, and the meeting was streamed on the radio and […]