Monthly Archives: April 2010

Coyote Hills Development-Unanswered Questions

There are several things I’d like to know if it were up to me to decide what to do with West Coyote Hills, the last of Chevron’s played out oil fields in Fullerton.

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Road Work Ahead – Expect Delays

Ten years of planning have finally culminated in an onslaught of road construction projects on Imperial Highway in La Habra. By the end of the year we should have a shiny new street, but the immediate effect has been the opposite. Lanes are closed, traffic is often clogged, driveways are blocked making access to some businesses challenging, and bus stops have been eliminated. Shop owners have told me off the record that their business is down. Continue reading

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Tax Day TEA Party

More than 100 men, women and children gathered at the busy intersection of Beach Boulevard and Imperial Highway in La Habra between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. last night for a Taxed-Enough-Already party on the eve of 2010’s income tax deadline.

John Wilson of Whittier at a TEA party on April 15, 2010 in La Habra (Photo credit: Cindy Cotter)
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