City Council meeting rescheduled

The regular meeting of the Avalon city council originally scheduled for Tuesday, May 1 has now been officially rescheduled for Tuesday, May 8, city...

Island Company looks to the future

First in a two-part series. During the most recent election, perhaps one of the most passionate issues was the Island Company, and, more specifically, their...

Residents seeking prosecution of dog code violators

According to some residents who live along Hill Street in Avalon, the stench of foul odors emanating from dog defecation and urine is causing...

Anni gets it ‘write’

The first woman ever to elected mayor by the voters on Catalina Island has been re-elected to a new, two-year term, according to the...

Women dominate Catalina election

After somewhat of an agonizing delay, the L.A. County Registrar finally cleared the decks and announced the official vote tally for the April 10...

Avalon council candidates, hospital officials react to election results

The two female council seat winners both said this week that they believe there is a movement for change afoot across the island and...

Editor’s Notebook: The women of Avalon

If there was one thing that emerged from this year’s election results, it was perhaps further indication that we are living through a historical...

Election results now official: Measure T fails; Marshall re-elected mayor

The results of Avalon's municipal election are now official: the hospital tax proposal, Measure T, failed with only 168 votes in favor and 257...

Elections too close to call

The April 10 election on Catalina Island could be described as the longest cliffhanger in recent political history as 113 “provisional” ballots kept candidates,...

Medical Center official: ‘Catalina must have health care’

Although there are still 113 outstanding votes, it appears as though Catalina voters have rejected the $1 transit tax, or Measure T initiative. Hospital...
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