December 2013

Found 3 blog entries for December 2013.

Courtesy of Pall Gudgeirsson, San Clemente City Manager.

Highest Peak in San Clemente Named

City Council had a naming contest to name the “highest point” in San Clemente, which stands at 1008’ above sea level. We received 87 name ideas from residents. The winning name is “San Clemente Summit”, submitted by Dave Pherrin. Congratulations Dave and thanks to all those who participated. Stay tuned for details on a group hike to San Clemente Summit!

Traffic Signal at ECR and Barcelona

The traffic signal at El Camino Real and Avenida Barcelona was modified on Thursday December 5, 2013 to improve the efficiency of the intersection. The intersection was realigned and the signal operations changed as a part of the recent redevelopment of Ralphs. The City

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Courtesy of Pall Gudgeirsson, San Clemente City Manager. You may download the original November 2013 San Clemente City Report as a PDF here.

Thank You for Your Service

As we honor Veterans Day on November 11th, 2013, which was first proclaimed as Armistice Day on November 11, 1919 by President Woodrow Wilson, I am honored to be part of a group of City of San Clemente, Orange County Sheriff's Department, Orange County Fire Authority, and Retired Senior Volunteers Program employees and volunteers who have served our great country in one of the nation’s military forces. A survey of our city staff shows that we have a total of 12 veterans who currently represent the City of San Clemente team. Heading the list are 3 proud Marines (Semper Fi!), 3 Army (Look

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The Forster Ranch Education Foundation is excited to announce a partnership with Chris Walker, of the Echelberger Group at Surterre Properties, as their preferred Realtor. FREF and Chris have partnered to increase awareness about the Foundation and to promote Chris as their Realtor of choice. Chris is very passionate about the importance of education and is honored to work with the Foundation now and in the future. Chris wants to support them as they work to enhance the learning programs for the students at Truman Benedict Elementary and Bernice Ayers Middle School. Since their inception in 2010 the Foundation has donated over $60,000 to the Forster Ranch schools. This money has been used to purchase electronic equipment for the schools and

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