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  • Judge rules against mobile home park owner

     Judge rules against mobile home park owner
    Residents in the Laguna Terrace Park Assn. will meet Friday to discuss the June 29 court decision that has left them in limbo. Judge Ronald L. Bauer ruled last month that the California Coastal Commission has final say over Laguna Terrace owner Steve...
  • Council rejects Emerald Bay traffic light

    Emerald Bay residents opposed to the installation of a traffic signal at the main entrance of the gated community went home happy Tuesday night. The City Council declined to support the installation of the signal that would make it easier for drivers...
  • Planning Commission seeks broader powers

    The Planning Commission wants to take on nonresidential design review duties in the South Laguna Village, commercial, industrial and institutional zones in town. On July 12 the City Council tabled a draft ordinance that would give the commission...
  • Our Laguna: Mayor helps strike up the band

    The Laguna Community Concert Band scored another hit performance Monday at the Festival of Arts. The concert was a musical triumph that few would have imagined when the idea of a community band was first conceived over a cup of coffee in 1998 at Zinc...
  • Calendar

    YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: Brandon Scott's "Magic Cabaret" comes to Gallimaufry Performing Arts at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Artists' Theatre, 625 Park Ave. Scott combines magic, music, storytelling and more in this two-night engagement. Tickets are...
  • Mailbag: Controlling outdoor lighting is a dim idea

    Editor's Note: This letter was addressed to the City Council: I know that City Council members Kelly Boyd and Elizabeth Pearson voted against it, but it appears now that Laguna Beach will have the "light police." Is it really necessary to have one...
  • District supports LGBT history bill

    The Laguna Beach Unified School District superintendent reacted positively about a new state law requiring the teaching of lesbian, gay and transgendered history. "History should accurately portray people and events," Supt. Sherine Smith said in a...
  • Laguna Terrace residents remain in limbo

    Laguna Terrace Park residents are in the dark about the future of a proposal that would allow them to buy the land under their mobile homes. Residents have not been informed of what, if any, action the owner of the property or the California Coastal...
  • Our Laguna: It was a dog-eat-dog competition

    If you think Laguna has some architectural gems, wait until you see the gems created by some of Laguna's top architects and their contractors who competed for "Best of Show" in the inaugural Project Pet House fundraiser. The team of Morris Skenderian...
  • City responds to Grand Jury report on salaries

    Information about city employees' salaries are easier to find after the Orange County Grand Jury in June dinged the city for its lack of transparency. The information, which was formerly available but scattered on the city's website, has been...
  • Our Laguna: VFW fundraiser honors Harry Lawrence, veterans

    All veterans, but particularly one of Laguna's own, were honored July 21 at a fundraiser hosted by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5868 at the Laguna Beach Woman's Club. About 75 people attended the tribute for vets and, specifically, Harry James...
  • Mailbag: Individual liberty needs to be upheld

    Judge Ronald L. Bauer's order tossing the Laguna Terrace Park controversy to unelected bureaucrats on the California Coastal Commission should not escape close scrutiny ("Judge rules against owner," July 15). Free people have a fundamental right to own...