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  • Hours curtailed at Mozambique

    The City Council on Tuesday approved measures to mitigate a local restaurant's proposed late-night hours of operation, but curtailed the hours for which the mitigation was intended. Mitigation measures worked out in meetings between operators of...
  • In The Arts: Vail elected the association president

    The Laguna Plein Air Painters Assn. has elected Greg Vail as president for 2010-11. Vail, who is the association's first non-artist leader and has served on the board of directors for the past year, succeeds founding member Saim Caglayan, who was...
  • Boyd starts up his reelection campaign

    Councilman Kelly Boyd will begin his campaign for reelection from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Marine Room Tavern. Boyd is running for his third, but not consecutive, term on the council. He was first elected to the council in 1978 and waited 28 years...
  • Campaign kickoff fills tavern

    Kelly Boyd supporters jammed the Marine Room on Monday to kick off the tavern owner's City Council reelection campaign. The crowd included representatives of business, the art community, nonprofit organizations and elected city officials, past and...
  • Lots of ways to mark Memorial Day

    Lots of ways to mark Memorial Day
    May 31 was the day dedicated to the memory of those to whom we all owe so much. In Laguna, Memorial Day includes breakfast in an idyllic setting, solemn rites at Monument Point and the joyful patriotic program presented by the Laguna Beach Concert Band....
  • Groups name their picks

    Jon Coupal was among friends May 27 when he was the guest speaker at a Laguna Beach Taxpayers Assn. meeting. Coupal is the president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Assn., founded by Jarvis and his wife, Estelle, to rein in property taxes in California....
  • City manager recruiter to meet with residents

    The consultant hired to find a successor to City Manager Ken Frank will host a public meeting Wednesday to hear what residents think would make the ideal replacement. Originally scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Third Street Community Center, the meeting...
  • Who should be the new city manager?

    Who should be the new city manager?
    Bob Murray got an earful Wednesday night. Murray is president of the company selected by the City Council to recruit a successor to City Manager Ken Frank, who will retire at the end of November. He hosted a public meeting at City Hall to hear what the...
  • Bates walks to victory

    Fifth District Supervisor Pat Bates was reelected Tuesday, running unopposed for the first time in her 25-year political career. Her focus in the new term will pretty much mirror the priorities of her first term. In a presentation she made in May to...
  • Mozambique to test extended hours

    Mozambique restaurant got back the hour it lost less than a month ago, not by a time change, but by a council edict. The City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to extend the hours of operation at the restaurant to midnight Sunday through Thursday...
  • City Council approves $65-million budget

    The City Council adopted a $65 million budget for fiscal year 2010-11 in less than an hour on Tuesday, but the financial fandango is not over. Adoption of the budget as recommended by City Manager Ken Frank was unanimous, with no major changes from the...
  • How are you treating the world today?

    I don't know about you, but for myself it feels like we are at a critical moment of life on this planet. It seems the world is on fire and so are our hearts inflamed with sadness, anger, disgust — all states that reflect the ongoing destruction in...