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Conservation

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  • Laguna to put up $600,000 to move Woods Cove utility lines underground

    Laguna Beach City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday to place overhead utility lines underground in a 335-property assessment district, the largest considered by the city in 15 years.
  • Learn to teach about tidepools at docent class today

    Learn to teach about tidepools at docent class today
    The Laguna Ocean Foundation is seeking volunteers for its Tidewater Docent program. The next class training will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the new Marine Safety Headquarters just north of Laguna's Main Beach. "It's amazing what you see...

    Water conservation top topic at Laguna candidates forum

    In the midst of one of California's worst droughts in recorded history, water conservation was at the top of the agenda as the seven Laguna Beach City Council candidates gathered Tuesday night for a forum to discuss city issues ranging from sustainability...

    Too much yard watering can trigger fines in Laguna district

    Too much yard watering can trigger fines in Laguna district
    Laguna Beach County Water District customers may be fined for watering their yards more than three days a week after the district board voted unanimously Aug. 7 for stricter conservation measures. The district implemented voluntary conservation steps...

    School district to add 4 positions

    The Laguna Beach Unified School District voted unanimously Tuesday to add four new positions, but not without questioning the salary of one post and where the new employees would sit. The positions are a database administrator, a communications and...