Editor, Thanks to all who spoke out against the massive Longi project proposal way out in the canyon. The testimony showed clear opposition to the size by organizations and individuals from all over town, despite statements that just a few neighbors object. We didn’t ask for articulation or for rustic siding. All we asked for […]
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Editor, (A similar version went to City Council members.) We are in favor of artist work live uses in our neighborhood. We are opposed to the use of the artist work live concept we’ve always supported being co-opted and used to promote a 30-unit apartment building and industrial workspace. We are opposed to a new […]
Editor, The promoter of the massive development project in the Canyon says, “I’m not a developer.” They’re proposing the biggest development ever in our neighborhood, the maximum “allowable”. The Indy article (“Local Investor Doubles Down,” Feb. 28) could have been a brochure for their development proposal. Twenty-five years ago would you have put Don Bren […]
Laguna Beach residents who live between Aliso Circle and lower Nyes Place are invited to meet with members of the Community Emergency Response Team on Saturday, Feb. 1, from 2-4 p.m. Community organizers from the city’s Disaster Preparedness Committee hope to meet with members of the Wesley zone distaster preparedness group at La Sirena Grill, […]
Editor, These remarks, lightly edited to submission guideline word length, were made before the Planning Commission on Jan. 8. The planning commission is tasked with implementing the general plan through actions including the administration of specific plans. We just don’t see how this project in any way matches the goals of our specific plan. This […]
Editor, Twenty-four years ago a letter ran in the LA Times protesting an ad the Irvine Company ran promoting The Laguna Laurel housing development. Ironically, the battle to save the Canyon continues today! So, Mr. Longi, please don’t tell me how long you’ve been working to create your new development because we’ve been working longer […]
Editor, Please come to the Planning Commission meeting Nov. 13 at 6 p.m. and express your views about the planned 30-unit apartment style housing project that looks like a dormitory right in the middle of our rural, primarily residential, neighborhood. This part of the canyon has a few businesses that were grandfathered in when we […]