An unidentified woman was found floating in Alamitos Bay Thursday morning before being transported to an area hospital where she was pronounced dead.
A state mandate meant to protect wildlife could have the unintended consequence of worsening overall water quality in Alamitos Bay, according to a city report.
The operators behind the 11-acre retail complex at the southwest corner of Pacific Coast Highway and Second Street will host its grand opening on Oct. 24.
Operators behind the 11-acre retail complex have confirmed that Urban Outfitters and Sephora have joined their roster of tenants.
“I said, ‘Boys I’m 87-years-old, be very careful,'” Mary Watkins said. “And they were, my hair’s still dry and they didn’t even mess up my lipstick.”
The community is invited to celebrate brand new Swimability improvements made to Alamitos Bay on Sunday, June 26 at 2:00PM at the Bay Shore Swimming Pier, near the Leeway Sailing Center, the city announced today. A new, permanent, measured open water buoy line, new water quality signage and swim ladders will be unveiled and will be available for public use at the free “Play in the Bay” event.