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FROM AMORE TO L’AMOUR: THIS VALENTINE’S DAY, DISCOVER YOUR LANGUAGE OF LOVE
FROM AMORE TO L’AMOUR: THIS VALENTINE’S DAY, DISCOVER YOUR LANGUAGE OF LOVE

FROM AMORE TO L’AMOUR: THIS VALENTINE’S DAY, DISCOVER YOUR LANGUAGE OF LOVE

No topic gets the heart pumping like love. And despite plenty of advice from experts, not everyone shows affection in the same way. This Valentine’s Day, why not try to communicate with your paramour like you never have before? Instead of saying “I love you,” say...

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WHAT ARE POSTBIOTICS AND WHY SHOULD THEY BE PART OF YOUR DAILY ROUTINE?
WHAT ARE POSTBIOTICS AND WHY SHOULD THEY BE PART OF YOUR DAILY ROUTINE?

WHAT ARE POSTBIOTICS AND WHY SHOULD THEY BE PART OF YOUR DAILY ROUTINE?

Many of us are looking for ways to be more proactive about our health. One way to accomplish that is by adopting more healthy habits to support our immune systems. “In addition to adequate sleep, exercise, eating a balanced diet and managing stress, it’s also...

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Red Cross Reminder: Check Smoke Alarms When Turning Clocks Back
Red Cross Reminder: Check Smoke Alarms When Turning Clocks Back

Red Cross Reminder: Check Smoke Alarms When Turning Clocks Back

Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend and when everyone turns their clocks back, the American Red Cross reminds them to also take these steps to make sure their household is prepared for emergencies. “It’s important for everyone to make sure their household is...

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GOVERNOR NEWSOM SIGNS TRIBAL COMPACTS WHICH PROMOTE REVENUE SHARING AMONG AREA TRIBES
GOVERNOR NEWSOM SIGNS TRIBAL COMPACTS WHICH PROMOTE REVENUE SHARING AMONG AREA TRIBES

GOVERNOR NEWSOM SIGNS TRIBAL COMPACTS WHICH PROMOTE REVENUE SHARING AMONG AREA TRIBES

Governor Gavin Newsom today announced that he has signed tribal-state gaming compacts between the State of California and the Ione Band of Miwok Indians, the Mooretown Rancheria of Maidu Indians, the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians, the Shingle Springs Band of...

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Don’t Put Your Marriage On Ice, Get Married at Honda Center by the Clerk-Recorder Department

Don’t Put Your Marriage On Ice, Get Married at Honda Center by the Clerk-Recorder Department

In efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, effective Monday, August 3, 2020, Orange County Clerk-Recorder Hugh Nguyen will be moving his department’s marriage services to Honda Center in Anaheim for a second time this year. Marriage services at Honda Center are by...

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Orange County Supervisors Not Likely To Change John Wayne Airport Name
Orange County Supervisors Not Likely To Change John Wayne Airport Name

Orange County Supervisors Not Likely To Change John Wayne Airport Name

Democratic Party of Orange County Chairperson Ada Briseno is attributed to be the party who drafted a petition to the Orange County Board of Supervisors to remove a statue of John Wayne and change the name of the Orange County Airport. Ada Briceño is a million...

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REFOUND RETAIL – FBN# 20216605671

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 20216605671The following company is doing business as: REFOUND RETAIL, 1968 S. COAST HWY #5725, LAGUNA BEACH, CA 92651. This business is conducted by an individual ABRAHAM KIM, 18 GARDEN GATE LN, IRVINE, CA, 92620. The registrants have not commenced to do business under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/ABRAHAM KIM.This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 5/18/21.The Mission Viejo News: 6/11/21, 6/18/21, 6/25/21, 7/2/21.

REMAX TERRASOL / THE POINT – FBN# 20216606079

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 20216606079The following company is doing business as: REMAX TERRASOL/THE POINT, 21188 BEACH BOULEVARD, HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA 92648926. This business is conducted by a corporation SURF CITY EQUITIES, INC., 21188 BEACH BOULEVARD, HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA, 92648926. The registrants have commenced to do business on 6/1/10 under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/SURF CITY EQUITIES, INC..This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 5/24/21.The Mission Viejo News: 6/11/21, 6/18/21, 6/25/21,...

MIKE’S MOBILE DETAILING AND PRESSURE WASH – FBN# 20216606438

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 20216606438The following company is doing business as: MIKE'S MOBILE DETAILING AND PRESSURE WASH, 13712 CHARLEVILLE DRIVE, WESTMINSTER, CA 92683926. This business is conducted by an individual MICHAEL LAWRENCE GAVEL, 13712 CHARLEVILLE DRIVE, WESTMINSTER, CA, 92683. The registrants have not commenced to do business under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/MICHAEL LAWRENCE GAVEL.This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 5/27/21.The Mission Viejo News: 6/11/21, 6/18/21, 6/25/21,...

TECHNIC CLOUD – FBN# 20216606623

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 20216606623The following company is doing business as: TECHNIC CLOUD, 7493 HOLDER ST, BUENA PARK, CA 90620161. This business is conducted by an individual JONATHAN Q PHAN, 7493 HOLDER ST,, BUENA PARK, CA, 90620161. The registrants have not commenced to do business under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/JONATHAN Q PHAN.This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 6/1/21.The Mission Viejo News: 6/11/21, 6/18/21, 6/25/21, 7/2/21.

RAY OF SUNSHINE THERAPY – FBN# 20216606746

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 20216606746The following company is doing business as: RAY OF SUNSHINE THERAPY, 27281 LAS RAMBLAS, MISSION VIEJO, CA 92691. This business is conducted by an individual EVELYN JOHANA DE LA ROSA, 18032 AVOLINDA DR, YORBA LINDA, CA, 92886. The registrants have not commenced to do business under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/EVELYN JOHANA DE LA ROSA.This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 6/2/21.The Mission Viejo News: 6/11/21, 6/18/21, 6/25/21, 7/2/21.

ARCADIA INVESTMENTS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY – FBN# 20216606865

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 20216606865The following company is doing business as: ARCADIA INVESTMENTS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, 25345 GALLUP CIRCLE, LAGUNA HILLS, CA 92653. This business is conducted by an individual ALI GHOMIZADEH, 25345 GALLUP CIRCLE, LAGUNA HILLS, CA, 92653. The registrants have not commenced to do business under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/ALI GHOMIZADEH.This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 6/2/21.The Mission Viejo News: 6/11/21, 6/18/21, 6/25/21, 7/2/21.

STREAMLINE – FBN# 20216606974

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 20216606974The following company is doing business as: STREAMLINE, 2114 ARCHWAY, IRVINE, CA 92618. This business is conducted by an individual ALEJANDRA BUSTOS LEZAMA, 2114 ARCH WAY, IRVINE, CA, 92618. The registrants have not commenced to do business under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/ALEJANDRA BUSTOS LEZAMA.This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 6/3/21.The Mission Viejo News: 6/11/21, 6/18/21, 6/25/21, 7/2/21.

MINERVA’S GIFT – FBN# 20216605785

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 20216605785The following company is doing business as: MINERVA'S GIFT, 8500 E WOODCOVE DR, APT 206, ANAHEIM, CA 92808928. This business is conducted by an individual LAUREN M DECREMER, 8500 E WOODCOVE DR, APT 206, ANAHEIM, CA, 92808. The registrants have not commenced to do business under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/LAUREN M DECREMER.This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 5/20/21.The Mission Viejo News: 6/11/21, 6/18/21, 6/25/21, 7/2/21.

VALLEY SMOKE SHOP – FBN# 20216606096

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 20216606096The following company is doing business as: VALLEY SMOKE SHOP, 8910 WARNER AVENUE, FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA 92708. This business is conducted by a married couple (1) THANH VAN TRAN, 3913 TEAKWOOD ST, SANTA ANA, CA, 92707, (2) HONG T NGUYEN, 3913 TEAKWOOD ST, SANTA ANA, CA, 92707. The registrants have not commenced to do business under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/THANH VAN TRAN.This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 5/24/21.The Mission Viejo News: 6/11/21, 6/18/21, 6/25/21,...

FOREVER LASH BY NANA – FBN# 20216606440

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 20216606440The following company is doing business as: FOREVER LASH BY NANA, 7882 HOLT DRIVE #1, HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA 92647. This business is conducted by an individual ADRIANA M. GONZALEZ, 7882 HOLT DRIVE #1, HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA, 92647. The registrants have not commenced to do business under the fictitious business name or names listed above. /S/ADRIANA M. GONZALEZ.This notice was filed with the Orange County Recorder on 5/27/21.The Mission Viejo News: 6/11/21, 6/18/21, 6/25/21, 7/2/21.

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City Info

Elevation: 10′
ZIP codes: 92657–92663
Population: 85,186 (2010)
Incorporated: September 1, 1906
City Flower: Bougainvillea
City Tree: Coral tree

The dramatic coastline of Newport Beach and its proximity to the water have always played a great part in the development of the City. The City’s first inhabitants thousands of years ago were the Shoshone Indians who lived along the Pacific coast, supported by the abundance of the seas and fertile land.

In the mid 1700’s, the Spanish aristocrat and military leader Gasper de Portola led an exposition to claim California frontier land for Spain . Portola enlisted the aid of Father Junipero Serra and numerous European soldiers to explore previously unmapped territory.

Decades later in the 1800’s, land holdings of the Capistrano Mission were parceled out as Spanish and Mexican land grants to war heroes and aristocratic families. Later, many Spanish and Mexican landowners were forced to sell large tracts of their land. The most prominent landowners of the area, Don Sepulveda and Don Bernardo Yorba, men whose combined holdings comprised Newport Beach’s upper bay and lower bay, sold their tracts to American entrepreneurs by the names of Flint, Bixby, Irvine and McFadden.

Santa Ana , Tustin and Orange became new farming communities for the settlers who arrived by steamer and covered wagon. Not long after, hide and tallow businesses emerged. The first stirring of commerce began when in 1870, a small stern wheeler from San Diego named “The Vaquero” made its first trip to a marshy lagoon to exchange lumber for hides, tallow, livestock and gain. James McFadden and other ranch owners in the Lower Bay decided from then on that the area should be called ” Newport .”

In 1888 James McFadden changed the isolated settlement by building a wharf that extended from the shallow bay of the peninsula to deeper water where large steamers could dock. Shipping activity increased dramatically, and in two years, Newport was known as a vibrant Southern California shipping town.

Attracted by the activity, Pacific Electric Railroad established itself in Newport in 1905, connecting the City of Los Angeles by rail. Rapid transit brought camping families to the waterfront, and small hotels and beach cottages sprang up to cater to the emerging tourist industry. At about the same time, the McFadden brothers sold their holdings of Peninsula land. West Newport , East Newport , Bay Island and Balboa became vacation communities in the beach boom decade. In 1906 with a population of 206 citizens, the scattered settlements were incorporated as the City of Newport Beach . These early settlements soon filled in on the Peninsula , West Newport , Balboa Island and Lido Isle, developing from West to East.The first newspaper The Newport News began publishing in April 1907

Parts of Newport Heights and Corona del Mar were annexed soon after the turn of the century. Between 1934 and 1936, the federal government and the county undertook work around the harbor. They dredged the Lower Bay , extended jetties, and created the present day contour of Newport Beach . In 1936, community members dedicated the City’s main harbor, named Newport Harbor . Just six years later, during World War II, the harbor became a vital hub as naval ships were built and repaired in its coastal waters. Newport Beach businesses flourished due in part to an influx of new military personnel. At the end of the war, many service men and women decided to stay, triggering a real estate boom in Newport Beach . Seasonal rentals became year-round housing, and the City’s identity as a summer resort location began to change.

The Santa Ana freeway, built in the 1950’s, brought even more citizens to the City. During this time, housing development began to spread northward from the waterfront to the hills and mesa areas. Industries changed, as the fishing industry, once the backbone of Newport Beach ‘s economy, gradually declined to be replaced with vibrant new businesses and commercial centers. By the 1970’s, rapid urbanization led to the building of shopping centers, hotels, high-scale restaurants, and many new homes.

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