Tuesday, June 18, 2013

UPDATE: Mark your calendars! Planning Commission public hearing continued to Aug. 13

Delayed in Wintersburg, circa 1913, a traffic stop involving automobiles, bicycles and horses.  Making the best of the situation, everyone chatted with their neighbors.  (Photo courtesy of the Furuta family) All rights reserved. ©

   UPDATE: The Huntington Beach Planning Commission public hearing about the fate of Historic Wintersburg has been continued (postponed) to 7 p.m., Tuesday, August 13.

   We ask those supporting the preservation of the Furuta farm and Wintersburg Japanese Presbyterian Mission complex to mark your calendars to provide support at the meeting.

   From the Huntington Beach Planning Commission staff report for Tuesday, June 25:

   Please join us on August 13!

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