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Fullerton Museum Host “Shopping Soiree”
November 24, 2014Looking for unique gifts for the people on your holiday shopping list? Look no further than the Fullerton Museum Center gift shop.

Everything from toys for kids and home décor items to jewelry and Fender Guitar collectibles can be found in the gift shop.

And, to make your holiday shopping even more attractive, the museum will host a "Shopping Soiree" from 6-10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, with special bargains, hors d'oeuvres and holiday refreshments.
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Winter Market Festivities Starts December 6
November 24, 2014The holiday season will get off to a festive start when the City of Fullerton presents "Winter Market" Saturday, Dec. 6!

The market, which will be open from noon to 4:00 p.m. on Wilshire Avenue, between Harbor Boulevard and Pomona Avenue, will offer a variety of vendor booths for early Christmas shopping, plus holiday entertainment and food booths.
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Fullerton City Hall Closed in Observance of Thanksgiving
November 19, 2014Fullerton City Hall will be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 27-28, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. It will reopen at 7 a.m. Monday, December 1.


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Fullerton Community Center Host “Merry Night Dive-In”
November 18, 2014The Fullerton Community Center is hosting "Merry Night Dive-In," Friday, December 5th to help us get into the spirit of the holiday seasons. This family night will bring a movie night with swimming and the chance to meet and have their photos with Santa Claus!


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Water Usage in Fullerton Down from Last Year
November 14, 2014Water usage on property owned or maintained by the City of Fullerton is down 12% from July through September of 2014 when compared with the same period in 2013, said Dave Schickling, the city's water systems manager.
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Local Women to be Honored at 10th Annual Women’s Leadership Forum
November 12, 2014

A number of local, successful women will be honored at the tenth annual Fullerton Women’s Leadership Forum on Thursday, November 13 at 5 p.m. in the Grand Hall at the Fullerton Community Center located at 340 W. Commonwealth Ave.


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Great Music to Ring in New Year at ‘First Night’ Fullerton
November 12, 2014The smooth sounds of James Intveld will usher us into the New Year as the main stage performer for the 23rd Annual "First Night Fullerton" New Year's Eve party! Performance times will be at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 p.m.

“First Night” is the city’s annual New Year’s Eve party, offering family oriented, alcohol-free activities at numerous locations in the streets, sidewalks and buildings in Fullerton’s historic downtown.
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Increasing Locomotive Horn Blasts
November 5, 2014
A number of residents and businesses are noticing an increase in locomotive horn blasts in the City of Fullerton. BNSF Railway is having work done between the hours of 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. and federal regulations require warning blasts when activity is sighted on or around the tracks. BNSF expects the work to be completed by the end of the month. Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact BNSF Railway at (909) 386-4140.

Link on train horn: http://www.bnsf.com/communities/safety-and-security/train-horn/
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Army officer to speak at Veterans Day Ceremony
October 27, 2014Brig. Gen. Scottie D. Carpenter, Commanding General, 311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), US Army Reserves, Los Angeles, CA, will be the guest speaker at Fullerton's 27th Annual Veterans Day observance Tuesday, Nov. 11.

The observance, hosted by Fullerton American Legion Post 142, Fullerton Emblem Club 469, and the City of Fullerton will begin at 10:30 a.m. with a parade in Fullerton’s historic downtown.


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“Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison” to Open at Fullerton Museum
October 22, 2014Celebrating Children will be the theme as visitors to the Fullerton Museum Center will get a unique look at children from many different countries in their latest exhibit, "Where Children Sleep: Photographs by James Mollison" which opens Saturday, November 22, 2014 through January 25, 2015.
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Update on West Coyote Hills
October 17, 2014
I would like to provide an update on the Path Forward plan announced at the April 15 City Council meeting pertaining to the future of the West Coyote Hills property.

The Path Forward plan was the result of talks between Pacific Coast Homes, the Friends of Coyote Hills, Open Coyote Hills and the City. It called for Pacific Coast Homes to sell the Coyote Hills property if the parties can agree on a fair price and reasonable terms.

I am happy to report that there has been a considerable amount of progress.

First, the City and the interested parties are focused on acquisition of the planned development area – known as Neighborhood 2 – which is adjacent to the City-owned Robert E. Ward Nature Preserve. This newly preserved land would combine with existing open space to double the size of the Ward Preserve. This represents a significant increase in contiguous open space that will benefit the residents of Fullerton.

Second, discussions are also focused on establishing clear parameters to acquire all or a portion of the remainder of the site if funds are available.

Lastly, as part of the Path Forward plan, Pacific Coast Homes has filed a revised development application with the City that is currently being processed. If approved, implementation of the development plans would be delayed for a reasonable yet definitive amount of time. This will allow additional time for interested parties to locate funding sources to acquire the land.

I am optimistic today that these acquisition discussions – which have now lasted 16 months – will lead to a significant increase in land preservation. I want to thank all the parties involved in helping to move this issue along toward a positive outcome.
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New Video from the Association of California Cities
October 17, 2014
Fullerton City Council member, Jennifer Fitzgerald was one of those featured in this newest video from the Association of California Cities: "Pulbic Policy From the Ground Up."
Link: http://vimeo.com/105620594

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Fullerton Celebrates OktoBOOfest
October 8, 2014Celebrate OktoBOOfest in downtown Fullerton punctuated by the last day of the 2014 Fullerton Market season on Thursday, October 30! Located at the Downtown Fullerton Plaza and Wilshire Avenue, an array of fun fall festivities along with food vendors, fresh produce, crafts vendors and a pre-decorated pumpkin contest will cheer the hearts of the young and old.


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Fullerton City Hall Closed in Observance of Veterans Day
October 8, 2014Fullerton City Hall will be closed Tuesday, Nov. 11, in observance of the Veterans Day holiday. City Hall will be open on Monday, November 10 and will reopen at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 12.


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Last Chance to See Exhibit
September 24, 2014"Ferry Cross the Mersey: The British Invasion and Six Strings as Canvas: Art Guitars from the Fender Custom Shop" exhibits which opened on August 16 will be coming to a close on Sunday, November 9. Admissions to the exhibits are free for members of the Fullerton Museum Center, and $4 for the general public, $3 students and senior 65 +, $1 children 6-12 free for children 5 and under.


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“Stroller Brigade” at Fullerton Museum
September 24, 2014Parents looking for new adventures to share with their young children are invited to join "The Stroller Brigade" running now through November 5, 2014 at the Fullerton Museum Center.

The Museum Center welcomes parents – and grandparents who baby-sit – to visit the museum Wednesdays morning to view the newest exhibits, Ferry Cross the Mersey: The British Invasion and Six Strings as Canvas: Art Guitars from the Fender Custom Shop.

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New Law Gives Bicyclist 3 Feet of Safety
September 22, 2014Beginning September 16, 2014, drivers must give people riding bikes at least 3 feet of clearance when passing in the same direction.

The new law, AB-1371, is designed to reduce car-bicycle crashes by reminding drivers to give bicyclists more safe space when passing.


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“Haunted Tours” Offer Spirited Look into Fullerton
September 9, 2014A hauntingly good time is in the offing when the Fullerton Museum Center's popular "Haunted Fullerton Walking Tours" return for their 14th season in September.

Tours will be given Wednesday and Thursday evenings Sept. 17 through Nov. 6, with a special Halloween tour planned Oct. 31. Due to popularity, the tours book up fast, and persons interested in participating are strongly advised to get their registrations in early.
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Learn more about the West Nile Virus
August 6, 2014Learn more about what the West Nile Virus and what you can do by going to the Orange County Vector Control District website at: http://www.ocvcd.org/wnv3.php
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Update from Fullerton Police on Car to Car Shooting on 91/5 Fwy
August 5, 2014Update on August 4th car-to-car shooting at approximately 4:30 pm
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Symposium on the Impact of Oil Extraction in North Orange County
August 5, 2014The Symposium will feature experts in the fields of seismology, hydrogeology, air quality, and environmental geology who will speak to the potential impact of oil pumping – including fracking – on our groundwater, earthquake hazard, and water quality. For more information: http://bit.ly/1obQx62

Live Video Streaming:

This symposium will be live streamed via http://titancom.fullerton.edu/broadcast/LiveWebTV_comm_flash.html
You can also view with a mobile device using the iFullerton app for Android and Apple devices.
This program will be also cablecast live on the Titan channel:
Time Warner Cable channel 15-202 (in Fullerton) and some of the participating cities in Orange County (Check with T.W.C.)
AT&T-Uverse (Southern California) Channel 99/City of Santa Ana/TitanTV Channel CSUF


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“Dog Days of Summer” Talent Show
August 4, 2014If your pooch kisses like there's no tomorrow, eats like he has just gotten off a diet, or bears a striking resemblance to you, the Fullerton Museum Center would like to have a talk with you.

Dogs of all shapes, sizes and talents are being sought for the museum’s annual "Dog Days of Summer" talent show and competition set for Thursday, August 7 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.


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Orangethorpe Avenue Re-Construction Project
August 4, 2014Another major road construction project will soon be underway to upgrade and improve the city's roads and streets.

The Orangethorpe Avene Project will begin approximately on September 22, 2014 on much-needed improvements to Orangethorpe Avenue, from Auto Center Drive to Magnolia Avenue.


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Two New Exhibits at the Fullerton Museum Center
July 29, 2014The Fullerton Museum Center will be opening two new exhibits entitled, Ferry Cross the Mersey: The British Invasion and Six Strings as Canvas: Art Guitars from the Fender Custom Shop, on Saturday, August 16, 2014 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. This exhibit will be open to the public through November 9, 2014. The opening reception will be include refreshments from The Olde Ship British Pub and Restaurant, live entertainment including a performance by guitarist, Rusty Anderson, a curator's talk and more.


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Fullerton Senior Club to host ‘Aloha Summer Social’ Happy Hour
July 28, 2014The Fullerton Senior Club will raise a glass to summer when it hosts a "Aloha Summer Social" happy hour on Thursday, July 31. The festivities will take place from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the Fullerton Community Center located at 340 W. Commonwealth Ave., two blocks west of Harbor Boulevard, in Amerige Park.
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Fullerton Community Center Offers Money Management Class
July 28, 2014Managing your money to make sure it lasts can be a daunting and often confusing task. Thanks to the Fullerton Community Center, help is on the horizon thanks to "It's Your Money," a free eight-week money management course starting Thursday, September 11.


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Capital Improvement Projects now Online
July 25, 2014
The City of Fullerton has published a website that will provide updates on the capital improvements projects in the city as part of the additional $10 million approved in the 2014-15 fiscal budget.

Find out which streets are under construction in Fullerton and how the city continues to make road and water repairs and upgrades a priority throughout the year. Visit: Tax Dollars at Work for more information.
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Fullerton’s “Concert in the Park” Series with the cool sounds of “Kulayd”
July 24, 2014Lovers of vocal harmony will be in for a treat as "Kulayd" performs at the Fullerton Parks and Recreation Department's popular outdoor summer concert series Wednesday, July 30.


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Fullerton’s “Concert in the Park” Series with the smooth sounds of “James Intveld”
July 23, 2014The smooth sounds of John Intveld as he performs at the Fullerton Parks and Recreation Department's popular outdoor summer concert series Wednesday, August 6.


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“Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption,” Chosen as the October 2014 Fullerton Reads Selection
July 21, 2014The Fullerton Library Director, Maureen Gebelein, announced that the book Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand – a #1 New York Times Bestseller and named by Time Magazine as the best nonfiction book of the year - is the Fullerton Reads selection for October of 2014.


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