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    Anaheim selects city manager finalist, City Council to consider appointment

    Chris Zapata, with more than 35 years of public service including 25 years leading cities in California and Arizona, is Anaheim’s finalist for the city manager position. Read on...
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    Anaheim magazine summer 2018: Goats, summer fun, kindness and more

    Anaheim Fire & Rescue's goat wildfire prevention program, summer activities for the whole family, a new program for seniors; these are just a few of the city programs and services highlighted in the summer edition of Anaheim magazine, out now. Read on...
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    Anaheim’s budget: bettering roads, parks, libraries, community centers, ensuring public safety

    Anaheim’s budget for the next 12 months dedicates more than $550 million in direct spending on public safety, community services and projects to better the city’s roads, utilities, parks, libraries and more. Read on...
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    Jorge Cisneros named Anaheim Police chief

    Jorge Cisneros, a 27-year Southern California law enforcement veteran including nearly a decade as a police chief, has been named the next chief of the Anaheim Police Department. Read on...
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    Anaheim Fire & Rescue chief to retire, capping 40-year fire service career

    Anaheim Fire & Rescue Chief Randy Bruegman, who oversaw the city’s response to October’s Canyon Fire 2 and bolstered the department’s firefighting resources after 2008’s Freeway Complex Fire, is retiring later this year. Read on...
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    Summer swim fun at Pearson Park Pool

    Nothing says summer like a day at the pool. Starting this Saturday, Anaheim’s Pearson Park Pool opens with free weekend swim for kids, grown-ups and families. Read on...
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