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  • Out of the Blue: Land purchase means parking structure not needed

    When there are so many disparate plans and elements governing a city's management, one needs a machete to hack through the morass.
  • Briefly in Education: Schools get new staff members

    Briefly in Education: Schools get new staff members
    Students at Laguna Beach High School and Thurston Middle School may see a few new faces around campus this year. The Laguna Beach Unified School District announced three new hires: a counselor for the high school, and an assistant principal and...

    Poverty law advocate Rudolph Basile, 86, dies

    Poverty law advocate Rudolph Basile, 86, dies
    Rudolph John Basile was known for his infectious smile and hearty laugh. Basile died Aug. 29 at his home in Laguna Beach at age 86 after a brief bout with cancer, his daughter, Katy, wrote in an email. Basile had lived in Laguna since 1971 and...

    Mailbag: Laguna aesthetics depends on trees

    I am very concerned about the language of the proposed View Restoration and Preservation Ordinance, and fear that the intent is focused exclusively on restoring views and removing trees. I have been a resident of Laguna Beach for almost 40 years, and I'...

    Laguna's two-year budget reflects some optimism

    Laguna Beach officials signaled cautious optimism Tuesday about the city's economic future. The City Council approved a two-year budget just under $77 million for 2013-14 and $68.6 million for 2014-15. Adjustments may be needed, but the improving economy...