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Barbara Delgleize Appointed Mayor Pro Tem

Last night, the City Council unanimously approved Councilmember Barbara Delgleize's appointment as Mayor Pro Tem, a role that was vacated by Mr. Tito Ortiz on June 1. Councilmember Erik Peterson nominated Delgleize, citing her years of experience serving on the City Council. She was first elected to the Council in 2014 and served as Mayor from 2016-2017. She also serves in various leadership roles, including the Board of Directors for the Orange County Transit Authority and the Association of California Cities – Orange County. Mayor Pro Tem Delgleize will serve in her new role until December 2021.
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RFQ for HB Pier Concessionaire Stand at 21 Main St

The City of Huntington Beach is requesting qualification statements from entities interested in operating a City-owned concession building located on the Huntington Beach Pier at 21 Main Street. The desired entity will have a proven track record of operating a business of similar nature and scale to the one proposed to be operated at 21 Main Street. The selected tenant will demonstrate the experience to operate a successful business, exhibit the financial capacity to support a viable business, and articulate a vision to enhance the pier experience by enticing visitors to the business by offering a quality and memorable experience.
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Orange County Transitions to Yellow Tier on 5/19

? COVID-19 UPDATE: Starting today, Orange County is in the YELLOW TIER of the California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy - a systematic plan to reopen the economy safely and gradually during the pandemic. There are 1.5 new coronavirus cases per 100,000 people, allowing Orange County to shift to the least restrictive Yellow Tier. Most indoor business operations can now open with modifications! For the full list of guidelines, visit covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy.
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COVID Micro-Grants for Non-Profits

SPREAD THE WORD: The City's COVID-19 Micro-Grant Program is now open to eligible non-profit businesses in HB!! The application period is from May 24 at 8:00 am to May 28, 2021 at 5:00 pm. Eligible non-profits can apply for $10K grants that can be used towards rent, utilities, and COVID-related...
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Learn Drowning Prevention Techniques 5/22

Approximately 10 people die each day from unintentional drowning. Of those deaths, 2 are children under the age of 15. But drowning is preventable! The working committee of the Orange County Drowning Prevention Task Force in partnership with Stop Drowning Now and Supervisor Wagner is hosting the 2021 Water Safety Challenge which will teach children important water-safety skills like how to perform a safe water rescue, properly use a life vest as well as help parents learn their child’s strengths and weaknesses in and around bodies of water. Free of charge, the event will be on 5/22 at the Senior Center on 18041 Goldenwest.
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Summer Internship Opportunity at the Central Library!

The Huntington Beach Public Library is proud to announce its first ever paid summer internship opportunity for teens!. This summer, we will be hiring one high school intern to work with our Teen Librarian on developing a connected learning project that will combine the intern’s personal passions and interests with a project that fosters positive change within the library and our HB community. The internship is open to current high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. If you are curious about a career in librarianship or want to make a positive change in the City of HB, we'd love for you to apply! For more details about the internship, please visit bit.ly/HBPLIntern.
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Rolling Out the Blue Mobi-Mat

We've rolled out the Mobi-Mat to improve accessibility for visitors with disabilities, parents with strollers, and others with limited mobility!. Located next to our parking lot at 6th Street and PCH, the mat serves as a stable walkway that safely leads guests across the sand and to the water's edge (during high tide). The Mobi-Mat is portable, non-slip, and made with 100% recyclable materials!
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Homework Club Online @ Oak View

The Oak View Branch is now offering free online K-12 homework help and reading support for HBPL patrons! Our service is on a first-come, first-served basis. Students must register to attend, but daily attendance is not required. Homework Club Hours:. Mondays: 2pm - 5pm. Tuesdays: 2pm - 5pm. Wednesdays: 1pm...