What’s in this week’s Sun – August 22, 2019


Navy security exercises in Anaheim Bay to include simulated gunfire, harbor closure

The Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach will hold a series of security boat exercises in Anaheim Bay, with the first taking place on Thursday, Aug. 29.   The hour-long exercises will include less than two minutes of weapons firing small amounts of [read more]

Police chief argues for keeping city jail at police town hall meeting

Interim Seal Beach Police Chief Joe Miller argued in favor of keeping the city jail at a sparsely attended Public Safety Town Hall meeting held Tuesday, Aug. 20. A consultant’s report, recently made available to the public, recommended closing the city jail, among other things.  Historically, Seal Beach Police chiefs have argued in favor of keeping the city jail on the grounds that [read more]

Historical Society says Red Car Museum improvements are in progress

The Seal Beach Historical Society is making improvements to the Red Car Museum, according to a recent unsigned email from the Historical Society. The Red Car Museum a repurposed railroad car, is located in Old Town, on the Green Belt near the Mary Wilson branch of the Orange County Library. This was news to District One Councilman Joe Kalmick. [read more]

Sea turtle gets second chance with release in Seal Beach

After a month-long stay at the Aquarium of the Pacific, a young sea turtle is back home in the ocean, and a large crowd showed up in Seal Beach on Aug. 15 to send her off.  The Aquarium of the Pacific is known for its experience in rehabilitating sea turtles in need, so when the female in question was found stranded in a power plant intake area in Morro Bay earlier this summer, they were the ones that were called. [read more]


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