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La Habra Heights mothers held info rally to warn parents of asbestos danger caused by City. Signs directed them to the following video. Link: http://youtu.be/3ldTytTGT-o
- 1098 days ago via site
Update: Root rot coupled with strong winds caused a tree to fall onto telephone & cable lines in La Mirada today. Incident occurred at approximately 10:50 AM at the intersection of Imperial Hwy and La Mirada. Deputies with LASD’s Norwalk Station reported at least 3 poles down and promptly closed the intersection to vehicular traffic. Motorist were forced to use shopping center parking lots as makeshift arterial roadways. No injuries were reported but at least two vehicles sustained damage from falling telephone poles and wires. A Red Warning for strong winds and low humidity for the La Habra Heights area is expected to remain in effect until 6 PM Sunday.
- 1200 days ago via site
You know La Habra Heights is getting less rural when the speed limit is changed up to allow residents Ferraris to get out of 2nd gear! Speed limit was 25 MPH. Pictured: Speed limit sign on police radar unit. Location: West and Las Palomas Road (Dead Mans Curve). Note: Going 55 MPH on this stretch of road will get you or someone else killed. #KeepLaHabraHeightsRural
- 1317 days ago via site
George here: Perhaps I have an obedience problem, but then I’m not a dog! #DoWhatsRight
- 1348 days ago via site
Ever wonder what happened to Emmy Award winning Firefighter Henry Johnson? He died in 2008. http://mtblanco.com/MtBlancoNews/2008/HenryJohnsonPassesAway.html
- 1359 days ago via site
Heights property owners have an additional 60 days to protest unfair "Rain Tax". More at: http://bit.ly/URmWNd #GeorgeEdwards #TheAvocadoExpress #NoNewTaxes #RainTax #LaHabraHeights
Board of Supervisors Approves Knabe’s Call for Extension of Protest Period for Clean Water Measure
Following the conclusion of the Clean Water, Clean Beaches Measure Public Hearing and the testimony of hundreds of concerned stakeholders, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisor Don Knabe to allow for more time for protesting the proposed parcel tax.
“We continued to hear complaints from residents, businesses, school districts, churches and non-profits that this process has not been open and transparent,” said Supervisor Knabe. “Even as the Board was hearing testimonies at the public hearing, my office was receiving emails and phone calls from residents asking where they could get a protest form and how they could protest the measure.”
Supervisor Knabe’s motion, the public hearing and protest process would be extended for an additional 60 days and address several key issues in the process including the feasibility of an online protest option and addressing the concern of double taxation for those that are already capturing and treating storm water.
“Many property owners and businesses are already doing the things the parcel fees is meant to achieve; this is a double tax for them,” said Knabe. “Renters should have a voice as an increase in parcel fees would likely be passed on to them. Everyone wants clean water – put this to the voters so they can decide if this fee is how they want to try to achieve that.”
Supervisor Knabe’s motion also instructed the Department of Public Works to provide a process for placing the initiative on a general election ballot, define a specific list of clean water projects, determine a possible sunset date for the measure and develop a potential alternative method of funding storm water quality projects.
- 1462 days ago via site
Snow in La Habra Heights? Now! Heavy Hail and rain reported. Picture from La Habra Heights home west of Harbor Blvd.
- 1479 days ago via site
Alert! The good stuff is on permanent lock down at Stater Bros in La Habra. Under 45? be prepared to show id. #Fail Note: Not one person purchased any alcohol from the locked gun like cabinet during the 45 minute period I was in the store. For now on I'll buy from the booze friendly Albertsons on Whittier Blvd in La Habra.
- 1480 days ago via site
No I am not from Mars but with the help of the 70 Meter dish behind me I can view (visit) it. George Edwards(z)
- 1497 days ago via site