30 December 2020

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Work should be completed this summer

Work should be completed this summer


PROJECT UPDATE The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is dismantling Power Units 3-6 at the Haynes plant near Leisure World, with work expected to be completed in the summer of 2021. These natural gas powered units are no longer in service. Removing them will help LADWP create more sustainable options as it works toward a clean energy future. The following work will be conducted

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SBPD’s Santa Cop Program Brings Holiday Cheer

SBPD’s Santa Cop Program Brings Holiday Cheer


For the second year in a row, Santa Claus asked the Seal Beach Police Department to help him deliver holiday gifts to families in need. On Dec. 28, SBPD’s Community- Oriented Policing (COP) Team visited several Seal Beach families to participate in the second annual “Santa Cop” holiday season community outreach event. In partnership with Target, SBPD and West Cities Police Communications,

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Volunteers in Policing celebrates its 25th anniversary

Volunteers in Policing celebrates its 25th anniversary


The Seal Beach Police Volunteers in Policing (VIP) is celebrating its 25th year of service to the Seal Beach community. The Seal Beach Police Substation, located at the base of the Seal Beach Pier, opened in 1995. Longtime resident Jack Haley Sr. spearheaded the fundraising and construction of the building now located at 820 Ocean Ave. This building houses the Seal Beach Police Volunteers

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