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  • Forum talks about art, art, art

    "Art-centric" questions were posed to City Council candidates Saturday at the forum hosted by the Arts Alliance at the Laguna Playhouse. Festival of Arts board member Anita Mangels served as moderator, rotating questions among Mayor Elizabeth Pearson,...
  • Mailbag: Regulations promote public safety

    Why the fuss about government regulation? When the writers of the Constitution penned the Preamble with their ideas about what this new democracy should hold as the responsibilities of their government, they included — along with "provide for the...
  • Professor: Less oil could affect life quality

    Environmental issues dominated the Oct. 5 City Council Agenda. Five of the 11 items heard in the regular order of business were directly related to improving or preserving the environment. Three others had peripheral effects. "I don't want any of you...
  • Propositions focus of town hall

    The pros and cons of initiatives on the November ballot will be hashed out at two meetings presented by the League of Women Voters. A presentation will be made 10 a.m. today at the Senior Center. A Town Hall Meeting will take place 9:30 a.m. Oct. 16 at...
  • Mailbag: Cultural significance important to historical designation

    City Councilmember Verna Rollinger's recent commentary regarding "preservation over restoration" of historic buildings and their ability to comply with Mills Act standards disregarded the fact that historic buildings can also be evaluated based on their...
  • Verde Laguna: Vote 'no' on Prop. 23 to promote clean energy

    The most important thing to keep in mind when casting your vote on Nov. 2, should you care about the environment, is that there is an initiative, Prop. 23, that seeks to suspend the state law requiring reducing greenhouse gas emissions that cause global...
  • Editorial: Are council's small salaries a scandal?

    However one feels about the Laguna Beach City Council, no one can say they are in it for the money. The five council members take home a pittance of $560 a month, plus expenses, for a job that is certainly more than part time. Yet this is nearly twice...
  • Laguna Laurel bonds in final year

    A $20,000 million bond measure that helped pay to prevent mass construction in Laguna Canyon will be paid off this fiscal year. The City Council set on Tuesday the tax rate for the final year of the general obligation bond measure, which Laguna's...
  • Road project gets time extension

    The owner of property on Ceanothus Drive in South Laguna will have at least two more years to extend a road and meet other conditions set by the city on his project. Approval of the time extension by the City Council on Tuesday came after the...
  • From Canyon To Cove: A frank and funny sendoff for the city manager

    Those seeking a glimpse into the future of Laguna Beach under incoming city manager John Pietig might want to take a clue from outgoing City Manager Ken Frank's taste in music. On Monday night, John Denver's "Rocky Mountain High" rang out as several...
  • Iseman selected as mayor

    The seating arrangement on the dais in the City Council chambers may have changed but the faces haven't. Incumbents Toni Iseman, Kelly Boyd and Elizabeth Pearson were re-installed Tuesday, winners of the 2010 City Council election, bucking a national...
  • Our Laguna: Laguna Playhouse honors Spitaleri

    Our Laguna: Laguna Playhouse honors Spitaleri
    The Laguna Playhouse is celebrating its 90th anniversary and outstanding contributors to the theater's financial and artistic stature are being honored at special events throughout the year. Saturday was Vern Spitaleri's turn. Patriot, publisher,...