fireplaces made from the bricks.
Having lived our whole lives in Huntington Beach, we are very
proud to have this piece of history with us.
DEANN and GARY SCHULTZ
Expensive RVs aren't the problem
How many years and how much money will be spent fighting the RV
parking issue when last year the people spoke? Why will it be
necessary for Huntington Beach to set up another permit system to
park an RV. You don't need a permit to park a truck, a junkie car or
a leaking motor cycle on the street. If this goes through you just
may just be next.
By the way, the average RV costs about $70,000 these days, and I
can tell you as an RV shop owner my customers have pride in their RVs
and spend a fair amount of money maintaining them.
Let's deal with the real problem: The homeless people that live in
old RVs because housing in Orange County is past being out of sight
and these people park all over Huntington Beach every night.
As for Huntington Beach residents, it is just wrong for the city
to tell them they can't park on the streets that their tax dollars
Atlantic and Beach project a peach
I'm writing in response to the request in the Independent for
"first impressions" of the construction project scheduled for Beach
I was pleased to read about the possible plans to redevelop the
tired corner of Atlanta and Beach with such an exciting project.
It's badly needed, our town deserves it and we could sure use the
tax revenue that would be generated by a well-planned project.
City school leaders need to make choice
This is a dire time for the public school system in California and
it is especially difficult that not one, but two elementary schools
in the Huntington Beach City School District may need to be closed.
The Board of Trustees of the Huntington Beach City School District
has been entrusted by the parents of this community to make a
decision that best benefits all students in this district. I am
asking they do this without bowing to the cries of parents whose