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A bump in city revenue allowed the City Council on Tuesday to put some money into desired unfunded or underfunded projects and to stash some cash in case federal reimbursement for flood damage repairs is not forthcoming. Increases in property, bed and...
Many points raised by Mayor Kelly Boyd were also included in the city's press release listing key accomplishments in 2012. Public Safety: •Developed a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training program and completed two classes in May and...
Some city officials think Laguna gets a bad rap for being business averse. So much so that improving customer service at City Hall for new businesses has become a priority. Recommendations of the council's Long Term Business Assistance Task Force have...
Tags: Consumers, Business, Architecture, Thalia, Arts and Culture
Chamber of Commerce officials will use a one-time, matching grant to ignite programs designed to broaden the city's appeal to new businesses and keep the ones already here. The City Council awarded a $37,500 grant during the Feb. 28 meeting that will...
Tags: Local Elections, Elections, Politics, Business
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following were chosen by the Coastline Pilot staff as the most important news stories of the past year in Laguna Beach. * After six months of sometimes raucous commentary, both pro and con, in the last half of 2010 the City Council in...
Tags: Business, Public Officials, House Building, Rape, Sex Crimes
Last week, in an effort to create a balanced budget and some fiscal stability in California, Gov. Jerry Brown and the Democrats in the Legislature finally passed a budget over continued Republican intransigence over the Democrats' desire to raise revenues...
The following is from the Laguna Beach School District Board of Education meeting of June 14. * Student reps recognized Axl Dominguez and Lauren Slater, Laguna Beach High School students, won board recognition for their work as student...
Tags: Health, University of California, Healthy Diet, PTA, Apple iPod
Laguna Beach had more employees making salaries of $100,000-or-more per capita than any other Orange County city in calendar year 2009, but none were deemed to be overcompensated by the Orange County Grand Jury. A Grand Jury report issued Monday that...
Tags: Employees, Contracts, Justice System, Marketing, Politics
Razin honored as corporate director Sheldon Razin, chairman of the board of Quality Systems Inc., which develops healthcare information systems, has been named a Director of the Year by the Forum for Corporate Directors (Orange County.) The honor was...
The city annually issues a list of accomplishments for the calendar year. Of the 51 accomplishments in 2010, only one — the establishment of a permanent shelter for the city's homeless population — was included in the Coastline Pilot's list of...
As a 20-year telecommunications veteran, I wanted to address the ongoing protests against cell tower construction in Laguna Beach. The concern over cell tower radiation led residents to block the construction of a planned T-Mobile tower in the Top of...
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