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Locals Weigh in on Transit Options

About 60 residents and numerous city officials attended a public workshop Tuesday to discuss getting around town and preliminary recommendations for improving the experience of pedestrians, cyclists and riders of public transport. A loose consensus evolved that the city needs to...

Cheers for the Town’s Council

Editor, Congratulations are in order for all of Laguna. The Tuesday (Nov. 12) village entrance workshop was democracy at its finest. Our residents participated and our City Council was transparent, listened and carried out the voice of the people. It is a courageous and wise...

Speaker’s Corner

What is Really Going on Here? By Rita Conn This is a phrase I commonly used during my 30 years as a marriage and family counselor. Couples would come to me with a presenting problem, but rarely was it that simple. The presenting problem was always a symptom of an underlying...

Anti-Entrance Group Raises Funds

More than 100 people attended a party on Sunday, Sept. 22, that raised funds to educate the community about the City Council’s village entrance project and the need for a public vote on it. The party was hosted by Let Laguna Vote, a grassroots group established to pursue an...

Anti-Entrance Group Raises Funds

  More than 100 people attended a party on Sunday, Sept. 22, that raised funds to educate the community about the City Council’s village entrance project and the need for a public vote on it. The party was hosted by LetLagunaVote, a grassroots group established to pursue an...

Questions Arise Over Labor, Entrance Costs

A demand by administrators of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (Calpers) to raise retirement contributions from employers as much as 50 percent over the next seven years has already been factored into city budget planning and labor negotiations, according...