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Elections

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  • Mailbag: What to do with $200,000 windfall?

    The city has a $200,000 windfall and some say the best use of funds is to help buy land in South Laguna for the Community Garden. Personally, I would love to see more community gardens throughout town. But, is this the best use of funds? Citizen...
  • Hansen: Election workers keep us free

    Not unlike librarians, election volunteers probably have an FBI file. They keep us in line, which means they make other people nervous. Amid the hubbub of the interminable election, legions of volunteers once again made everything seem so ordinary. No...
  • No shake-up on school board

    Local voters spoke Tuesday, reelecting incumbents Jan Vickers and William Landsiedel to the Laguna Beach Unified School District board. Vickers received the most votes, 35.8%, and Landsiedel received 25.8%, according to the Orange County Registrar of...
  • Election 2012: Deadline to apply for mail-in ballots is Oct. 30

    More and more folks are voting via mail-in ballots, touted as a convenience for busy citizens. Oct. 30 is the deadline to apply for mail-in ballots. Applications for the mail-in ballots are available in the city clerk's office in City Hall or the...
  • Lagunan chosen as alternate delegate at RNC

     Lagunan chosen as alternate delegate at RNC
    Longtime Laguna Beach resident Frank Ricchiazzi has been selected as an alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. Reps. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa) and John Campbell (R-Irvine), and former Gov. Peter Wilson recommended...
  • Laguna Beach council candidates talk city issues at forum

    Laguna Beach council candidates talk city issues at forum
    The five Laguna Beach City Council candidates had their feet held to the fire by members of the local press and the public at City Hall on Tuesday night as they addressed city issues, such as parking, pension reform and the Village Entrance. -------------...
  • In The Arts

    In The Arts
    FOA anniversary exhibits to close There's only a few more days left to view two special exhibits that celebrate the Festival of Arts' 80th anniversary. The exhibits, at foaSOUTH and the downtown Wells Fargo building, each feature a variety of art pieces...
  • Election 2012: Police employees endorse Rollinger, Whalen

    The Laguna Beach Police Employees' Assn. announced Monday its endorsement of Mayor Pro Tem Verna Rollinger and Planning Commissioner Robert Whalen for City Council. Rollinger and Whalen impressed the association with their commitment to support public...
  • Mailbag: Does the dog define the candidate?

    Four years ago, six Democrats were vying for their party's presidential nomination. Back then, the pundits griped there was very little light between the candidates. Not surprisingly, that's virtually the same thing I have been hearing since the...
  • 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...
  • Military service inspires graduate

    Sitting at Starbucks and facing Main Beach, Kevin Staight couldn't be farther from the Middle East, a region he's called home off and on for the last eight years. On June 12, the 28-year-old Laguna native donned a cap and gown as the first graduate to...
  • From Canyon To Cove: Fellow survivor offers his support to others

    Laguna Beach accountant Jeffrey Ross was a fit 54 when a sudden pain in his abdomen caused him to pass out and sent him down a course of medical investigation that led to a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, a 12-hour surgery, and a grim prognosis that he...