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  • Election 2012: Council hopefuls start picking up nomination papers

    Monday was the first day that local candidates could pick up nomination papers at the City Clerk's Office for the 2012 municipal election. Candidates are required to get the signatures of 20 register voters to qualify for the ballot. "We advise them...
  • Council halts Halliburton house rehab

    Council halts Halliburton house rehab
    Demolition work was stopped Wednesday on the historic Halliburton house in South Laguna, pending a review of the scope of the project. The halt came in response to public accusations that proper procedures were not followed in permitting partial...
  • From Canyon To Cove: The view from the newsroom in 2012

    From disaster planning to politicking and the economy, there will be no lack of issues to watch in 2012 in Laguna Beach. It will be a robust political season in this presidential election year, when city voters will decide whether to tax property...
  • Our Laguna: Recalling the last half of 2011

    As promised: The last half of 2011, culled from the pages of the Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot. July 8: The Laguna Beach County Water District announced that some fees would be raised due to the development of local water supplies, capital improvements...
  • Karger happy with primary results

    Karger happy with primary results
    Fred Karger came home to Laguna Beach this week after accomplishing his mission in the New Hampshire presidential primary: beating one of the major candidates who has campaigned against same-sex marriage rights. Then it's on to Michigan, after a week...
  • Election 2012: Financial statements filed

    Mayor Pro Tem Verna Rollinger, one of the two incumbents running for reelection to the City Council, has accumulated the biggest war chest of the campaign, as of Oct. 20. Donations to her campaign since she announced her candidacy in September of 2011,...
  • Whalen joins council race

     Whalen joins council race
    Planning Commissioner Robert J. Whalen has announced his candidacy for City Council. "I am excited by the opportunity to run for City Council and believe that my community volunteer work, my career as a public finance lawyer, and my prior experience as a...
  • A wall of 'wonder'

    A wall of 'wonder'
    It's been nearly a year since the vibrant Laguna College of Art & Design mural along Laguna Canyon Road was painted gray by the building's tenant. Since then, LCAD mural instructor Mia Tavanotti has been hard at work, brainstorming and creating the Power...
  • Chel seeks city clerk job

    Deputy City Clerk Lisette Chel announced this week that she will run for city clerk. "I have served as deputy city clerk since 2008, under the guidance of Martha Anderson," Chel said. "I believe my experience will benefit the community, and I am...
  • Mailbag: There are plenty of alternatives to driving

    I'm sorry to read about Cindy Frazier's traffic ticket, "From Canyon to Cove: Steered wrong by the Greeter statue," Jan. 27. May I suggest walking in the future? According to Google Maps, it's only 18 minutes of walking from downtown to Brooks Street....
  • Our Laguna: A night of 'Schlock and Awe'

     Our Laguna: A night of 'Schlock and Awe'
    The cast and crew of "Schlock and Awe" seemed to have as much fun as the audience at the gala performance Sunday of "Lagunatics," which celebrated its 20th anniversary this year. A beaming "Lagunatics" founder and director Bree Burgess Rosen had culled...
  • Karger makes it on California primary ballot

    Laguna Beach resident and Republican presidential candidate Fred Karger has qualified to be on the ballot for California's primary election June 5. He will join the other remaining Republican candidates — Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul,...