Universalists Welcome New Minister The Rev. Donald J. Cameron recently became minister of Laguna Beach’s Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. He succeeds the Rev. Kent E. Doss, who relocated from the fellowship at 429 Cypress Drive. Raised in North Carolina in the Episcopal Church, Cameron enrolled at Duke University, graduating with a comparative religion degree. After attending […]
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Editor, When politicians dismantle a grassroots citizen advisory committee and substitute their insider, the result is amateur proposals and misguided leadership demonstrated by these proposals. Here are some comments with a historical context for Complete Streets advocacy in Laguna Beach. Interventions for complete street infrastructure should be placed: where traffic data indicate they would […]
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laguna Beach presents Stephen Fischman, in recital, performing a selection of tenor arias and songs with Patricia Riffel at piano Saturday, Sept. 8 at 4 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at 429 Cypress Drive. Admission is $15 at the door.
Editor, In response to a discussion of parking and transportation issues ( “Laguna Protests More Irvine Homes,” Aug. 17 edition), I would like to make a few suggestions. First, change Laguna from an old-fashioned, car-oriented, parking-meter town, into a modern, cutting-edge, beach-town with improved mass transportation, pedestrian-friendly zones, and an outside piazza/sidewalk atmosphere, such as […]
Celia Kutcher of the California Native Plants Society will explain recommended approaches to fire prevention and fuel modification in native habitat areas to member of Village Laguna at 7 p.m. Monday, June 25. The public is welcome and there is no charge. The meeting takes place at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 429 Cypress Drive.
Editor, The Task Force for Complete Streets (CSTF) have been meeting formally with City Council members for 27 months to research and recommend policy changes to adopt a balanced mobility plan for Laguna Beach. In June this year, the Council reserved $300,000 intended for spending on Complete Streets infrastructure city-wide. In September this year, the […]