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  • Schools candidates discuss issues at forum

    Laguna Beach Unified School District board candidates put their stances on the table at Thursday's forum at Top of the World Elementary. Incumbents pushed consistency and practicality, while newcomers argued they would bring a fresh perspective to the...
  • 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...
  • Filmmaker aims to save our oceans

    Filmmaker aims to save our oceans
    A jumble of vintage cameras and other cinematic treasures that date to the magical beginnings of moving images fills Greg MacGillivray's upstairs corner office. Next to a staircase in the hallway to his office at the MacGillivray Freeman Films company is...
  • Election 2012: Council candidates fill war chests

    City Council candidates Bob Whalen and incumbent Verna Rollinger cashed in on supporters over the last week to bolster their campaign finances. Rollinger's fundraiser was held Sunday at the home of Dr. Gary and Betsy Jenkins. The Jenkinses also hosted...
  • Cottage demolition approved

    The City Council agreed Tuesday to permit the demolition of a derelict cottage, overturning a Design Review Board denial and outraging some South Laguna residents. The council split 3-2, clearing the way for the cottage demolition at 31762 Coast Highway....
  • Election 2012: Mayor kicks off reelection campaign

    Election 2012: Mayor kicks off reelection campaign
    Laguna Beach has some issues that Mayor Jane Egly would like to have a hand in solving. Egly, who is running for her third term on the City Council, kicked off her reelection campaign Sunday at Madison Square and Garden Café, dwelling on the...
  • Commentary: Vote yes on THCA bylaws change

    Editor's note: This email was originally addressed to Doug Cortez, in response to an email he sent. I am the lawyer who drafted the revised bylaws for the Temple Hills Community Assn. In the last member meeting for THCA, I heard your concerns about the...
  • Commentary: Vote no on THCA bylaws change

    We urge all residents of Temple Hills to vote no on the new Temple Hills Community Assn. bylaws. Ron Chilcote has been the president of THCA for 40 years. THCA is not a community association. Its Articles of Incorporation (not posted on its website)...
  • Karger marches through Laguna

     Karger marches through Laguna
    Fred Karger, the GOP presidential hopeful, held his precinct walk in Laguna Beach on May 5 with about a dozen volunteers and a bagpiper, according to a news release. Karger and volunteers walked up and down the streets, talking to voters and handing...
  • Election 2012: Forums for council candidates winding down

    Four down, one to go and the City Council candidates will be done with scheduled forums for 2012. City Council candidates will have had a week and a half off between last week's forum and the upcoming forum, sponsored by Top of the World Neighborhood and...
  • Mailbag: Bike lanes are great if there is room

    I am a lifetime resident of Laguna and believe bike lanes are a desirable and beneficial addition to any community, if there is room. It was surprising to Toni Iseman, as it was to me, that according to the Fehr and Peers report, which is based on their...
  • Council votes to readopt height limit

    The Laguna Beach City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to readopt a citywide 36-foot maximum building height ordinance, a provision of an initiative voted for by residents in 1971. Although the initiative was invalidated by the California Court of...