GOVERNMENT JUNE 12 2014

DEMOCRATIC CLUB
Kwame White, M.D., MPPA, will be the featured speaker at the Leisure World Democratic Club at 1 p.m., Tuesday, June 17, in Clubhouse 4. Dr. White will speak about the realities of the Affordable Health Care Plan. Dr.White is a benefits management professional at UC Irvine.
Before each meeting, there is a lunch at 12:15 for socializing and political discussion. Lunch, consisting of barbecued chicken rolls, coleslaw and a drink, is $5. Reservations are required by calling Mary Larson at 206-8521 or people may bring their own lunch. Bottled water will be available for 50 cents.
Plans are ongoing for the club’s annual fund raising dinner to be held at 6 p.m., Saturday, July 26, at Clubhouse 4. The theme will be “Americana.” The cost will be $25 per person. A barbecue chicken dinner will be served. A vegetarian lasagne will also be available. For further information and reservations, call 296-8722 or write Charlene Haws, 3381 El Dorado Dr., Unit 202-H, Seal Beach, CA, 90740.

GRF COMMITTEE LIST
The Golden Rain Foundation Board welcomes shareholders to open committee meetings. All meetings are held in the Administration conference room unless otherwise noted. The following is the schedule through June:
•Executive Committee
1 p.m., Monday, June 2
•Physical Property Committee
1:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 4
The following meetings were cancelled: Security, Bus and Traffic; Recreation; Information Technology Services; Library; Communications; and Finance.

YOUR LEGISLATORS
NATIONAL

•President Barack Obama
Vice President Joe Biden
The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Wash., D.C., 20500; (202) 456-1414, switchboard; (202) 456-1111, comments; website: www.whitehouse.gov
U.S. SENATE
•Barbara Boxer, D, District Office: 312 N. Spring St., No. 1748, Los Angeles, CA, 90012; (213) 894-5000; boxer.senate.gov
•Dianne Feinstein, D, District Office: 11111 Santa Monica Blvd., No. 915, Los Angeles, CA, 90025; (310) 914-7300; feinstein.senate.gov
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
•Dana Rohrabacher, R, 46th, District Office: 101 Main St., No. 380, Huntington Beach, CA, 92648; (714) 960-6483; rochrabacher.house.gov (District covers Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Seal Beach, Long Beach (coastal and east side), Avalon, San Pedro (port area), Palos Verdes Peninsula and parts of Santa Ana and Westminster.
STATE GOVERNOR

•Gov. Jerry Brown, State Capitol Building, Suite 1173, Sacramento, CA, 95814; (916) 445-2841; website: gov.ca.gov
STATE SENATE
•Lou Correa, 34th District, District Office: 950 South Coast Dr., Suite 240, Costa Mesa, CA, 92626; (714) 957-4555; Capitol Office: State Capitol, Room 5052, Sacramento, CA, 95814-4900; (916) 651-4034; District Office: 2323 N Broadway, Suite 245, Santa Ana, CA, 92706;
(714) 558-4400 (covers the cities of Anaheim, Buena Park, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Santa Ana, Stanton and Westminster.) Note: Sen. Correa is temporarily representing Seal Beach pending 2014 elections due to redistricting).
STATE ASSEMBLY
•Travis Allen, 72nd District, Capitol Office: PO Box 942849, Room 5126, Sacramento, CA, 94249-0072; (916) 319-2072; District Office: 17011 Beach Blvd., Suite 570, Huntington Beach, CA, 92647; (714) 843-4966; (covers parts of Huntington Beach, Westminster, Garden Grove, Fourntain Valley, Seal Beach, Los Alamitos, Rossmoor)
ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
•John Moorlach, supervisor, District 2,10 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana, 92701; (714) 834-3220; egov.ocgov.com
SEAL BEACH COUNCIL
Seal Beach City Hall, 211 Eighth St., Seal Beach, 90740; (562) 431-2527; www.sealbeachca.gov/government/council/; Ellery A. Deaton, District 1, mayor; David W. Sloan, District 2, mayor pro tem; and members Gordon A. Shanks, District 3; Gary A. Miller, District 4; and Michael P. Levitt, District 5.

SEAL BEACH BUDGET APPROVED
The Seal Beach City Council unanimously approved a balanced budget with a surplus for 2014-15.
The general fund includes operating expenses of $31.9 million and capital project expenditures of $3.2 million, according to a budget summary by City Manager Jill Ingram.
Planned projects include improvements to water, sewer, buildings, streets, landscaping and the pier, among others.
At two budget workshops, the Seal Beach City Council, directed staff to add $102,300 for community grant requests; $45,000 for pressure washing on Main Street during peak use times; $254,000 for personnel changes; and $80,000 for the Salon Meritage Memorial Project, among others.
The city’s second largest revenue source is the 11 percent Utility Users Tax, which yields $5.3 million and is annually reviewed. The UUT funds improvements to storm drains, sewers and the pier. Without it, the city could not pursue its aggressive capital improvements program and maintain services at current levels. In view of that, the council agreed to keep the current 11 percent rate.

MUUTAL MEETINGS
•Mutual 12, annual meeting

10 a.m., Thursday, June 12, Clubhouse 4
•Mutual 2, annual meeting
10 a.m., Friday, June 13, Clubhouse 4
•Mutual 16
9:30 a.m., Monday, June 16, Administration
•Mutual 14
1 p.m., open forum; 1:30 p.m., meeting starts; Tuesday, June 17, Administration
•Mutual 7
1 p.m., Wednesday, June 18, Administration
•Mutual 11
1:30 p.m., Thursday, June 19, Clubhouse 3, Room 9
•Mutual 15, annual
10 a.m., Friday, June 20, Clubhouse 4
•Mutual 8
1:30 p.m., Monday, June 23, Administration
•Mutual 17, annual meeting
10 a.m., Tuesday, June 24, Clubhouse 4
•Mutual 10
9 a.m., open forum; 9:15 a.m., meeting starts; Wednesday, June 25, Administration
•Mutual 1
9:30 a.m., open forum; 9:45 a.m., meeting starts; Thursday, June 26, Administration
•Mutual 12, special
9 a.m., Friday, June 27, Physical Property
•Mutual 6, annual meeting
10 a.m., Friday, June 27, Clubhouse 4
The following mutuals cancelled regular meetings: Mutuals 2, 3, 5, 6, 12 and 15

CARPORT CLEANING SCHEDULE
The following is the holiday carport cleaning schedule for 2014:

Independence Day, July 4
•Mutual 2, Carports 27-29, 36-38, will be cleaned Monday, June 30, instead of Friday, July 4.
•Mutual 3, Carports 43-44, will be cleaned Monday, June 30, instead of Friday, July 4.
Labor Day, Sept. 1
•Mutual 1, Carports 1-6, 9-10, will be cleaned Friday, Aug. 29, instead of Monday, Sept. 1.
•Mutual 17, Building 3, will be cleaned Friday, Aug. 29, instead of Monday, Sept. 1.
Veterans Day, Nov. 11
•Mutual 3, Carports 45-50, will be cleaned Friday, Oct. 31, instead of Tuesday, Nov. 11.
•Mutual 4, Carports 51-53, will be cleaned Friday, Oct. 31, instead of Tuesday, Nov. 11.
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27
•Mutual 11, Carports 130-131, will be cleaned Friday, Nov. 28, instead of Thursday, Nov. 27.
•Mutual 15, Carports 3, 6-8, 10-13, will be cleaned Friday, Nov. 28, instead of Thursday, Nov. 27.
•Mutual 16, Carport 9, will be cleaned Friday, Nov. 28, instead of Thursday, Nov. 27.
Christmas Day, Dec. 25
•Mutual 11, Carports 130-131, will be cleaned Monday, Dec. 29, instead of Thursday, Dec. 25.
•Mutual 15, Carports 3, 6-8, 10-13, will be cleaned Monday, Dec. 29, instead of Thursday, Dec. 25.
• •Mutual 16, Carport 9, will be cleaned Monday, Dec. 29, instead of Thursday, Dec. 25.
New Year’s Day, Jan. 1
•Mutual 2, Carports 25-26, 30-35, will be cleaned Wednesday, Dec. 31, instead of Thursday, Jan. 1.