Real Deal OC Fountain Valley News
- Fountain Valley Approves Crossings Specific Plan On Tuesday night, Fountain Valley’s City Council voted unanimously to approve the Fountain Valley Crossings Specific Plan. The plan revolves around a zoning overlay that would affect 162 acres near the 405 freeway. The area is currently zoned for light industrial with some exceptions. The zoning changes would allow for a variety of uses including ...
- Fountain Valley Scales Back Water Restrictions Even though many permanent water restrictions remain in place, residents are no longer limited to specific days to do their watering. The easing of restrictions is the product of Governor Brown’s executive order declaring an end to the drought. From the Orange County Register Fountain Valley leaves in place the water saving requirements that have been in ...
Fountain Valley News
Curt Seeden: Taste of Fountain Valley is a satisfying way to help students
by Curt Seeden on March 18, 2019 at 8:29 pm
More than 40 restaurants, bakeries and other food purveyors are expected to participate. […]
Retired nurse takes sick hummingbirds under her wing in her Huntington Beach home
by Susan Christian Goulding on March 14, 2019 at 12:08 am
The Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center volunteer has nursed hundreds of birds back to health. […]
‘Calling all angels’: Inspired by their own experience, siblings launch nonprofit to support families battling melanoma
by Susan Christian Goulding on March 12, 2019 at 3:00 pm
Tricia Halstead and her brother, Tyler, founded Melanoma Angel Network to help with grocery shopping and other essentials during a health crisis. […]
Curt Seeden: Who’s ready for a great night of poker?
by Curt Seeden on March 11, 2019 at 8:04 pm
The tension was unbearable. All eyes were on the pot of chips in the center of the table – a pile of red, white and blue money, there for the taking. I held a pair of jacks and asked for three cards. Shifty “Lester the Farmer,” better known as my dad, stood pat. Eighty-year-old Minerva […]
Help wanted: Orange County public transit grapples with a shortage of bus drivers
by Susan Christian Goulding on March 4, 2019 at 11:06 pm
Over the past several years, communities including Orange County, Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, St. Paul, Chicago and New York, to name a few, have been plagued with a shortage in public bus drivers. […]