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Expect Construction Delays Near El Toro

Expect Construction Delays Near El Toro

City road crews are expected to add a slurry seal to El Toro Road, beginning this Friday, Dec. 20. The project is expected to take a week.    

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Boats Reverberate More Than Planes

Boats Reverberate More Than Planes

Editor, I agree with Robin D. Williams (“Noise Survivor Dismisses the Fuss,” Letters, Feb. 8) regarding the people complaining about airplane noise. Get your heads out of the clouds and thank your lucky stars we don’t have an international airport at El Toro. Living on Top of the World and being an avid gardener, airplane […]

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Apply ‘Green’ Ideals to Canyon Traffic

Apply ‘Green’ Ideals to Canyon Traffic

  Editor, Relating to your article on Laguna Beach working and striving toward climate protection and conservation, I am amazed that the City does not resolve and correct the greatest negative pollution creator in this area, which overwhelms all/any other in comparison. Every time I drive through Laguna Canyon I am most thankful to those […]

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Flying Through the History of Flight Patterns

Flying Through the History of Flight Patterns

Editor,   Your lead article in the June 24 issue was outstanding (“Fuming Over Jet Noise).  It brought to the front the continuing and potentially escalating problem of commercial jet noise over Laguna Beach.   A few years ago, I was a part of a group of concerned citizens who met with the administrative assistant […]

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A Bicyclist’s Viewpoint

A Bicyclist’s Viewpoint

Editor: Bill Deline’s letter to the editor about the number of cyclists riding through Laguna is expected and deserved (“More Two-Wheelers on the Road Too,” Feb. 11, Letters.) If he saw the New Year’s Day ride…yes, it’s huge (400+riders), and can stretch out over half a mile. Laguna is a hub to a great many […]