Editor, Cancer is an interesting disease; you cannot just trim it away and hope for the best. It requires a doctor with expertise. I say this as I perceive the new version of a proposed ordinance is like a map for not dealing with a cancer in this city. Vegetation that is going viral is putting […]
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Laguna Beach Republicans meet at 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, at La Sirena Grill, 30862 S. Coast Highway, and will consider an agenda focused on upcoming elections. The agenda includes consideration of charter and by-laws, precinct captains, candidate filing deadlines, and development of a platform on issues. Great Decisions Group Examines Global Topics Great Decisions, a […]
Editor, In a previous letter to the editor, I correctly predicted the tactics that would be used by Village Laguna and their followers – intimidating people directly or indirectly, doomsday words like there will be no trees in Laguna (“Council Disregards its Pledge,” Letters, Nov. 29.), accusing City Council members of sleight of hand (most of […]
Village Laguna will honor the Rev. Colin Henderson and former council member Verna Rollinger at its Villagers of the Year celebration on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the garden of Bill and Lynda Sharp. Henderson, a resident since ’85, previously served as an Anglican priest in England. Here, he established […]
This year’s Charm House Tour, Village Laguna’s annual celebration of Laguna Beach’s original homes, will take place on Sunday, May 19. The tour will begin in the front parking lot of Mission Hospital Laguna, 31872 S. Coast Highway, from noon until 5 p.m. Parking is free on the fourth floor roof of the Mission Hospital […]
Editor: Paul Freeman, lobbyist for Village Laguna on Measure CC, has joined Johanna Felder and even Laguna Greenbelt Inc. in accusing Laguna Beach Taxpayers Association (LBTA) of opposing Measure CC because we are stingy, dishonest and lack vision. Was it something we said? LBTA support was indispensable to voter approval of the last public school bond […]
Celia Kutcher of the California Native Plants Society will explain recommended approaches to fire prevention and fuel modification in native habitat areas to member of Village Laguna at 7 p.m. Monday, June 25. The public is welcome and there is no charge. The meeting takes place at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 429 Cypress Drive.
Editor, While vacationing in France I thought I’d take a look at the local papers and I came across John Kreber’s June 1 commentary about Village Laguna. It’s so perplexing that someone could write about an organization they evidently know nothing about, present fiction as fact about the organization, and then mention ethics. A definition […]
Editors, Village Laguna: While they are a nonprofit, they are not a charitable nonprofit but a mutual benefit nonprofit. In other words, they exist for the benefit of their members, not for the benefit of the public, according to attorney Bruce Methven. So it should be no surprise to anyone why they would be running around signing up […]
The 40th annual Village Laguna Charm House Tour is scheduled for Sunday, May 20. The tour, featuring five of the town’s most interesting homes, is presented by Village Laguna, a community organization that embraces Laguna’s history and promotes its small-town atmosphere, and also plays a role financially supporting political candidates. This year’s selection of homes […]
Editor, Although Ann Christoph and I seldom agree about many things, I do agree with her editorial of this week that we should look at the voting record of those who represent us in City Council (“Decisions Erode Village Character,” Oct. 21). Her signature ending “Love it or Leave it,” exemplifies a very closed […]
Editor, This Saturday, Oct. 8, Village Laguna will honor this year’s Villagers of the Year at a party. Partying is what Village Laguna does best. The party takes place at the home of Cindy and Mark Evans, 435 Hilledge from 3 to 6:30 pm. There will be a lavish dinner, with wines and soft […]
Tickets are on sale for Village Laguna’s Charm House Tour on May 15, which features some of Laguna Beach’s most interesting and often historic homes. The 39th annual tour is produced by Village Laguna, whose mission is to preserve and enhance the town’s history, village character and open space. Proceeds fund the organization’s political action […]
Editor, I’m really tired of all the folks (especially builders and architects) who rail against Village Laguna (“Historic Cottages on Chopping Block,” April 22). It is true that Village Laguna takes what seems like the far-left position on many projects, but I think that it is entirely necessary to provide a counterbalance to those […]