March 24, 1985
Kent M. Pierce, a partner in Coats & Wallace Real Estate of Huntington Beach, has been reelected president of the Huntington Beach/Fountain Valley Board of Realtors. Other officers for 1985 are Lila Nowell of Huntington Beach, first vice president; F. James Ewing of Fountain Valley, second vice president and MLS chairman, and R. L. Kirkland of Fountain Valley, secretary-treasurer.
July 14, 1985
A free trade fair will be held Wednesday in Huntington Beach to inform the public about the "hows, whys, whens and wheres" of the purchase or sale of property. Information on real estate loans, escrow, title insurance, home inspection service, property management and pest control will be offered and there will be free refreshments, entertainment and prizes. Sponsors of the event, which will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
February 28, 1988
Jan Shomaker, a Huntington Beach real estate broker who has served as a director of the California Assn. of Realtors since 1985 and as chairman of the Multiple Listing Service, has been installed as president of the 2,000-member Huntington Beach/Fountain Valley Board of Realtors.
April 6, 1986
R. L. Kirkland, of Cartier Realtors in Fountain Valley, is the new president of the 2,000-member Huntington Beach/Fountain Valley Board of Realtors. He has been a member of the board since 1979, and was honored as 1985 Realtor of the Year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1988
Regarding the letter by Jan Shomaker (June 19): I feel she is a bit too modest. She starts her letter: "As a resident of Huntington Beach . . ." and continues with a lot of drivel about what a wonderful contribution Sen. Marian Bergeson's Senate Bill 1517 is to the development of the Bolsa Chica wetlands. The ultimate consequence of the bill would be a multimillion-dollar giveaway of tax money to Signal Landmark in its endeavor to rape the wetlands. Why does Shomaker not start her letter thusly: "As president of the Huntington Beach-Fountain Valley Board of Realtors and one who has supported every major development in Huntington Beach . . ."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 7, 1990
City officials have scheduled a public study session Wednesday to discuss the Pierside Village project. The session will include a discussion of the initial report on the environmental impact of the project. Pierside Village, a key part of a proposed multimillion-dollar downtown redevelopment, would include a plaza and promenade area with at least three restaurants. The structures would be built on beach bluff land between First and Main streets on the ocean side of Pacific Coast Highway.