Shoot-out at the “K” corral
Supporters and opponents sound off to fulfill or kill the school bond. See Letters, pages 6, 7 and 17
Don’t fence me in
An out-of-character concrete wall is okayed by city, but is counter to code and local guidelines. See Block fences, page 9
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Lessons / Sessions
Orange / Orange County Services
Diana Fascenelli, Mayor Pro Tem
Bill Nelson, Villa Park City Council
Rich Freschi, Serrano Water District
The Sentry's new address is
2592 Santiago Blvd.,
Suite A, Orange 92867
Oct. 16: Mayor's Prayer Breakfast
Nov. 15: Cholame Vineyards - Wine Tasting Event
2 p.m. - 5 p.m. at Coastkeeper Garden, Santiago Canyon College
Nov. 15:Holiday boutique - Covenant Christian Church
1855 Orange/Olive, Orange. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Nov. 19: OPA Trails and Town Hall Meeting
7:30 p.m. at Moreno’s Restaurant on Chapman.
Nov. 20:VP Women’s League - “Holiday Frolics”
celebration and general meeting
6:30 p.m. at 18501 Jocotal Ave., VP.
Nov. 20:Enderle Center- holiday season open house
Orange city council candidate Jon Dumitru assured his opponents that he would not launch smear campaigns against them and he hoped they would reciprocate. >>>>
ranging from property rights, partisan politics, and the strength of the general plan, at a forum held Oct. 1 at Salem Lutheran Church.>>>
By Tina Richards
The Orange Planning Commission upheld a community development staffer’s decision to allow a 300- ft. long, six-foot high block wall fence to be built between two residences in Orange Park Acres, even though it violates city code and the OPA Specific Plan.>>>>
By Tina Richards
The Orange Unified School District unveiled a revised set of architectural drawings depicting the “phase one” revamping of its four high schools if Measure K passes and funding becomes available. >>>>
By Peter Jacklin
I must begin by saying that a good education is one of the most valuable possessions one can have. That said, I am not a fan of public education for many reasons, some of which I will express here.>>>>
By Andrew Tonkovich
Compost happens. Wildfire happens. Democracy too. Canyon folk reside in an environment of self-esteeming provincialism, if also admirable visionary grassroots democracy, with the firestorm debate over self-governance complementing a dangerous, windy season of ignition and evacuation, collectivism and empathy.
By Ken McCord
When an escrow falls out, it is usually a huge disappointment for both parties. In addition, there can be expenses incurred on both sides like inspections, repairs, carrying costs and lost opportunities. With Halloween approaching, here are five things a Seller can do to prevent a “Scary Escrow”. >>>>
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Recent editions of the Sentry have included a guest editorial and letters voicing opposition to Measure K. >>>
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