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Driving along Cliff Drive on a recent Monday, Laguna Beach civilian officer Alfred Casas spotted a 19-year-old holding a skateboard. Casas, 6-foot-4 and burly, calmly approached the man and respectfully asked if he knew about a city ordinance that...
There's never a shortage of important stories in Laguna Beach, but here are the most compelling ones in chronological order. * South Laguna tunnel When the South Coast Water District said it needed to access property below several South Laguna...
After hearing from about 40 residents, the Laguna Beach City Council agreed this week to move forward with a controversial law that penalizes parents who allow minors to use alcohol and drugs in their homes. The so-called social host ordinance, which was...
Laguna Beach is trying to do what the federal and state government hasn't accomplished: prevent the use of alcohol and drugs by anyone under 21. The City Council on Tuesday agreed to move forward on a social host ordinance that prohibits adults from...
Members of the Laguna Beach Unified school board signed a resolution Tuesday in support of the Social Host Accountability Ordinance, which they want the City Council to consider drafting. The social host ordinance, which has been passed in other Orange...
Single-use plastic bags were put on the endangered list Tuesday, earning applause from environmentalists. The City Council voted unanimously, with overwhelming support from the audience, to direct staff to get to work on an ordinance banning the bags...
In Laguna Niguel, a dog's bark may be not be worth the bite — if a proposed ordinance passes. Concerned citizens gave their opinions Tuesday to the Laguna Niguel City Council about a proposed barking dog ordinance. The new ordinance will add...
While everyone else in Laguna was bathing in sunshine Sunday, I spent eight hours in a windowless room doing penance for getting my first moving violation. In order to have the violation expunged from a heretofore pristine driving record, I was attending...
Tags: Interior Policy, Judges, Laguna Beach, Entertainment, California
It may soon be cheaper to file a claim that a neighbor's hedge blocks the sun or is unsafe. The City Council on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to amend the city code to reduce the cost of filing a complaint, along with notifying neighbors of a...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Punishment
Parking fines in Laguna are going up by $3 to offset the state's new fee on the citations starting Dec. 7. This is the second time in two years that the city has increased its parking fines to cover state fee hikes, which will raise the state's take to...
Children's Palettes on display The city of Laguna Beach and Laguna Outreach for Community Arts have collaborated on a dual exhibition of Holiday Palettes drawn by Laguna Beach students, now on display through December at City Hall and at the Laguna...
City Councilmember Verna Rollinger's recent commentary regarding "preservation over restoration" of historic buildings and their ability to comply with Mills Act standards disregarded the fact that historic buildings can also be evaluated based on their...
Tags: Executive Branch, Government, Laguna Beach, California, Voting
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