Editor, At last we’re getting a new vision for Laguna brought to us by the view ordinance and anti-skateboard park folks that will give us the sterile environment we have long craved. The problem is they haven’t gone far enough, but let’s first start with a review of what has been proposed so far for the […]
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Editor: Last Thursday night, a meeting was held at Moulton Meadows Park to discuss the possibility of locating a skateboard park there (“Residents Object to Skateboard Park,” May 17 edition). Some personal observations: Kudos to Steve Dicterow and Kelly Boyd for calling this gathering. A great example of democracy in action and the courage of […]
Fearing more traffic congestion and heart-stopping driving encounters with downhill skateboarders, Arch Beach Heights residents voiced overwhelming opposition to the addition of a skateboard park atop one of Laguna Beach’s steepest inclines despite testimonials from one of the best-known park builders, the Tony Hawk Foundation. After 90 minutes of comment from about 150 people, City […]
Editor, I mentioned to a lady that the Laguna Beach City Council had approved $250,000 for a “play lot” at the north end of Main Beach Park and $8 million for a much-needed new life guard headquarters at the north end of Main Beach park and her response was “bandits.” The confiscation of skateboards by our […]
Editor, I was a “lucky” respondent to a telephone poll this past week all about things in Laguna. When I finished answering the pollsters questions it struck me that over the past several years the council has wallowed around in a sea of indecision like a ship without a rudder or planned destination. The same […]
Editor, I am writing to thank and congratulate the Laguna Beach community for its incredible support of the Boys and Girls Club of Laguna Beach in 2010. Thanks to over 500 donors and many more participants at our special events, we raised more than $1.2 million for the club. In our 59th year of continuous […]
Editor, I have been following the skateboarding saga over the past few months. My own experience having a son who grew up in Laguna Beach, and who was an avid skateboarder, causes me to be sympathetic with the desires of the young. My son went overboard on his “skating.” He actually went down the Third […]