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  • Karger ends presidential campaign

    Karger ends presidential campaign
    Gay Republican presidential candidate Fred Karger announced Thursday that he is ending his run for the White House. "We are folding up our big tent and ending our historic campaign for president," he said in an email. "Thanks to all who supported this...
  • Election 2012: Candidates host successful fundraisers

    Mayor pro tem Verna Rollinger raised more than $9,000 at a June 16 fundraiser, according to a press release. The event, held at the home of Debbie Lewis, helped raise money to support her reelection to the Laguna Beach City Council. A light supper and...
  • Village Entrance financing moves a step forward

    The Laguna Beach City Council gave the OK on a preliminary financing plan for the Village Entrance project at a special meeting Tuesday night inside a crowded Council Chambers. The council voted 3 to 2 for the plan, estimated to cost $42.3 million,...
  • Our Laguna: Getting the people behind the canyon

    Our Laguna: Getting the people behind the canyon
    Many people in town take for granted the greenbelt that surrounds Laguna. But it almost wasn't. The Laguna Beach Historical Society hosted an informative panel discussion in May at City Hall on the history of the negotiations and the historic election...
  • Mailbag: Laguna aesthetics depends on trees

    I am very concerned about the language of the proposed View Restoration and Preservation Ordinance, and fear that the intent is focused exclusively on restoring views and removing trees. I have been a resident of Laguna Beach for almost 40 years, and I'...
  • Our Laguna: Taking a look at the last half of the year

    Same song, second verse. Here are some highlights of 2012, culled from the pages of Coastline Pilot in the second half of the year. Refresh your memories. July. 6: Principal Planner Carolyn Martin was named project manager for the proposed overhaul of...
  • Our Laguna: Chamber hands out Spirit Awards

    Our Laguna: Chamber hands out Spirit Awards
    Waste Management's Michelle Clark may not be ready to quit her daytime job for a gig as a stand-up comic, but she sure knows how to get laughs. Clark served as mistress of ceremonies at the Chamber of Commerce Spirit Awards and 96th annual board...
  • School board members apologize for calendar change

    Laguna Beach Unified School District board members issued a public apology Tuesday night to parents angered by a change in the school calendar set to take effect this fall. Parents packed into the district office for the board meeting. Many stood and...
  • Council delays 'sludge' vote

    The City Council delayed a vote Tuesday on plans to separate the solids from waste water at the coastal treatment plant. Council members were split 2-2 on the recommendation by city staff to replace the existing line that pumps the solids —...
  • Briefs: Little League Opening Day ceremony set for March 5

    Laguna Beach Little League will hold official opening ceremonies for its 2013 season March 5 at Riddle Field. First pitch will be thrown by Skipper Carrillo and Aryton Garcia will play the National Anthem on his electric guitar. The March 5 opening day...
  • Mailbag: Village Entrance project demands vote of people

    I've been reading the letters to the editor regarding the Village Entrance project. Some are for it and many are against it, and I'm wondering who the project will really benefit most. Surely not the residents. By choosing to finance most of the $55-...
  • Activist intends to force vote on Village Entrance plan

    Former Laguna Niguel council member Paul Merritt signaled his intent Tuesday to seek sufficient signatures to force a referendum on the Laguna Beach City Council's 3-2 approval in June of a parking structure and park at the village entrance. But the...