Editor’s Notebook: Next for Catalina?

What comes next? While many residents are perhaps grateful that the disruptive chaos of the recent election is over, perhaps we should be more concerned...

Avalon voters go the polls April 10

The city of Avalon’s more than 1,800 registered voters will go the polls Tuesday to elect a mayor and two members of the city...

Letters to the Editor: Friday, April 6, 2018

Urges ‘no’ vote on Measure T Speaking for myself, the purpose of this letter is to urge voters to Vote No on Measure T. Measure T...

Regulations blocking food trucks on Casino docks

Although city officials are not giving up, the idea of having food truck events on the Casino docks this summer seemingly won’t happen without...

Flyer stirs Avalon voters and candidates

A campaign brochure mailed into homes throughout Avalon seeks to remind voters to “write in” candidates to “protect Avalon,” yet both candidates named on...

Council adopts policy for tie vote

If two candidates get the same number of votes in the upcoming election, the city council voted 4-1 this week to draw straws to...

Chamber takes ‘no position’ on Transit Measure

After polling their members to cite the “pros” and the “cons” of a proposed ballot measure to raise money to support a funding mechanism...

Decision 2018: The mayor’s race

In a few weeks, voters in Avalon will go to the polls to elect a mayor and two members of the city council. There...

Catalina Island Medical Center schedules public forum

Facing a critical vote on a proposed ballot initiative April 10, the Catalina Island Medical Center has scheduled a public forum March 15 at...

Officials express concern over vehicle growth

It’s probably a bit far-fetched to say Catalina Island is experiencing traffic jams, but city officials on Tuesday did express a growing frustration over...
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