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  • Council aims to repair, prevent

    City officials on Tuesday considered ways for residents and businesses to better prepare for and perhaps prevent disasters — even as the city continues to repair damage wrought by the Dec. 22 flood. The City Council voted unanimously to sponsor a...
  • Our Laguna: Honoring those for their skills, service

    I read Monday in the L.A. Times that Gino Cimoli had died. Gino was the first major league player to bat on the West Coast when the Dodgers and Giants moved to California from New York in 1958. He wasn't the Dodgers usual lead-off batter, but Manager...
  • Mailbag: All these rules are ruining the city

    Corbina is a tasty fish. Fillet it and cut it into strips, batter it and cook it in some oil and you got the best Mexican tacos ever. Sheeps Head is a tasty fish as well. Fillet this fish, add some butter, garlic and ground pepper and bake in the oven...
  • City Council narrowly approves 'Quiet Zone'

    A parking plan designed to limit late-night noise near Mozambique squeaked past the City Council Tuesday night. The council voted 3-2 to approve a "Quiet Zone" that restricts nighttime parking to vehicles with shopper's permits or residence-specific...
  • Community Commentary: Governor's plan raises questions

    A budget proposal by Gov. Jerry Brown to shift some state functions to local governments has been receiving a lot of attention. The governor's complex realignment efforts have received cautious support from some quarters but, as a former Huntington...
  • Verde Laguna: Activists lambast Obama's plans for forest management

    After a decade of revision and litigation, on Feb 10. the U.S. Forest Service unveiled its proposed Forest Planning Rule, which would establish a new framework to protect the 193 million acres of national forests and grasslands, including more than 20...
  • An artistic, green masterpiece

    An artistic, green masterpiece
    You've got to love dreamers like John Fischbeck. Fischbeck co-founded Laguna Beach-based Tresor Properties to develop single-family homes that are unique, high-end and super eco-friendly. It's a lofty vision, but what were its chances during the worst...
  • Briefly In Business

    Reinhardt wins 'Cupcake Wars' Casey's Cupcakes, which recently opened a Laguna Beach location, has won the Food Network's "Cupcake Wars," according to a news release from the business. Casey Reinhardt beat out three other contestants with her Lavender...
  • Loving holiday displays gone wrong

    Some residents of Arch Beach Heights think it was heartless of the city to force the removal of a Valentine's Day display in their neighborhood. The removal of a lighted heart displayed at a home on Oro Street is based on a section of the city code...
  • Williams: Youthful teams go all out to win

    Championship football came to town recently. It was the Laguna Saints versus cross-town rivals, the Laguna Jets. The teams had split the previous two meetings, the Jets coming off the previous week with the big win. This was the tie-breaker game, with...
  • Dogs could get more beach time

    Dog owners will likely have more playtime with their pets on city beaches. The City Council voted Tuesday on a first reading to prohibit leashed dogs on the beach after 9 a.m., starting June 15 and ending Sept. 10. This is an hour longer and almost three...
  • Verde Laguna: Lighting the way to energy efficiency

    When you read that, starting Jan. 1, the 100-watt bulb is fading away due to its inefficiencies, you may think, "there they go again, now Congress wants to dictate which light bulb I can use." The answer is yes and no. In 2007, President George W....