A story in the Feb. 28 edition about the candidacy of Michele Hall incorrectly described her son as a local high school student. He attends St. Margaret’s in San Juan Capistrano.
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Editor, The city of Irvine is in negotiations with home-builder Five Point Communities to invest millions of dollars in construction of the Great Park in exchange for doubling the amount of homes already agreed upon to to 9,800 from 4,900, the Los Angeles Times reported on Oct. 18. According to the chief executive of Five […]
Recapturing the Vision By Michele Hall The idea for a village entrance was first hatched way back in 1995 when the then City Council saw a need to beautify the village entrance and began a series of forums and discussions to analyze and explore their options. In 2000, over 1,000 citizens united to form Vision […]
By Michele Hall I feel it is time to weigh in on what has become quite a heated issue: the village entrance project. Back in the 1990′s when I was working as the executive director of United Laguna, the idea of a village entrance began to evolve. And as we are all aware, the project […]
Editor, I would like to gratefully thank all of my volunteers for their hard work and dedication during this election cycle. It was a battle well fought and even though we did not win at the national level, we did very well at the local level. We supported our newly redistricted Congressman Dana Rohrbacher, representatives […]
By Michele Hall Chris Quilter argues in his Sept. 28 column (Son of Susi Q, “Cavorting Season,” that it somehow is a negative development for Laguna Beach that city council candidate Steve Dicterow has been endorsed by Congressman Dana Rohrabacher. Quilter’s premise is that anyone who disagrees with Rohrabacher’s positions on national issues should hold […]
Editor, In last week’s paper, Michele Hall, president of the Laguna Beach Republicans, as part of her letter endorsing Steve Dicterow for City Council (“GOP HQ Supports Dicterow,” Letters, Aug. 17), wrote that, “as Republicans, we believe in individual freedoms, less government intrusion into our lives and our pocketbooks, and above all the United States.” […]