Interested neighbors of the Wesley Fire Protection Zone (from Lower Nyes to Aliso Circle) are invited to take part in an emergency preparedness event and light potluck on Thursday, Sept. 27 at the Laguna Terrace Park Clubhouse, 30802 Coast Highway, at 6:30 p.m. Pre-meeting “homework” includes going to alertoc.com and signing up to receive free […]
Tag: "Sandi Cain"
Editor: The old line that people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones should apply to the owner of the luxury home adjacent to Montage who has done his best to alienate and harass locals and visitors for the ‘crime’ of trying to enjoy a public park. Anyone who builds a see-through mansion adjacent to a […]
Editor, I may be one of the serial letter writers to whom Sandi Cain refers (“Stepping on the Soapbox for Sidewalks,” Letters, Sept. 30). Her points are well taken. We non-car users do whine a lot. Regarding the issue of cyclists not paying their way: most cyclists also own cars so they are paying for road infrastructure. There are […]
Editor, The continuing barrage of letters from the same group of people concerning their narrow view of transportation in Laguna Beach is tiresome. Increasingly, it seems these writers would like to isolate Laguna Beach by banning any vehicles other than bicycles or public transit. I can hardly wait to grocery shop by trolley. Have […]
Editor: For the past few weeks, there has been a campaign afoot to get property owners to voluntarily hand over $120 per year for a self-assessed tax that would be used to buy more ‘open space.’ Unfortunately, there are more questions about this proposal than answers. If someone came to my door and said ‘give […]
Editor, Just wondering: What rocket scientist chose to approve a schedule to pave Wesley Drive, the only access to one of Laguna’s polling places, on election day? Between the school traffic trying to juggle cars in and out without a parking lot, people trying to go to the church to vote, and the street totally blocked […]
Editor, What a treat to learn that Caltrans would be doing overnight work during Christmas week! Imagine the paychecks that must generate when four people stand around one traffic cone while one worker completes a task! I so look forward to more lights, noise and work outside during the published hours of 11 p.m. to 5 […]