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Work on Odor Control at “Glenneyre Dip” Continues

After addressing comments gleaned from two previous meetings about eliminating sewer odors at the “Glenneyre Dip,” the Water Quality Department will present the revised project to the Design Review Board on Thursday, Nov. 8.

Safety Event to Commemorate 25th Anniversary of Laguna Beach Fire

A community safety event commemorating the 25th anniversary of the 1993 Laguna Beach Fire, which burned approximately 16,000 acres and destroyed or damaged over 400 homes in the city, will be held on Saturday, Oct. 27,

Curator to Give Rarified Peek Inside Art World

Fascinating, in a word, describes the life of art curator Molly Barnes.



Good News and Bad News at Annual Economic Forecast

Some experts at the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce’s annual Economic Forecast luncheon, held at the Balboa Bay Resort on Thursday, Oct. 11, think a recession is coming, but Orange County will escape much of the economic damage

Mosaic to Grace Glenneyre

Neighborhood Congregational Church is inviting the community to take part in the “Festival of Mosaics,” taking place in Laguna Beach throughout November. Participants will have the opportunity to affix tile chips and pieces to a wall on...

Finding Meaning

Gifts of Children It’s election season in our great democracy, but you do sometimes need a break from posturing and preening politicians. Last week, we told of little Lauren Kimball bringing a congregation to tears with her rendition of Billy...

Does the Wet Suit You

Cabo in Laguna “All that you touch you change. All that you change changes you. The only constant lasting truth is change.” –Octavia Butler Preserving and protecting the “Village Character” of Laguna beach has been an exercise in denying the...

Personnel File

Laguna Sergeant Graduates Supervisory Leadership Institute This week, Laguna Beach Police Department’s Sgt. Jim Cota graduated from the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute (SLI). SLI is an intensive leadership development program that...

Send a Susi Q Senior to the Prom

Age Well Senior Services invites community members to purchase a ticket for a Laguna Beach senior to attend the Annual Age Well Seniors’ Prom fundraiser that benefits Meals on Wheels. Through their 10 senior centers, Age Well, located in Laguna Hills, is an Orange County nonprofit provider of...

Free Art Reception at FOA’s ‘Top Ten’ Exhibit Oct. 27

Located on the third floor of the Wells Fargo building in Downtown Laguna Beach, the Festival of Arts presents “Top Ten” from Oct. 9 through Jan. 15. This exhibit is a multi-media show featuring the ten artists from the 2018 Festival of Arts Fine Art Show that received the highest scores from...

Letter: Liberate Megadevelopers in Laguna

As you decide on your votes in the Laguna Beach Council election, there are many bits of information that might influence your choice. Be aware that much of the information might be coming from “Liberate Laguna.” It should really be labelled for what it is: “Liberate Megadeveloper...

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Letter: In Support of Christoph, Iseman

Rather than a long diatribe, I’ll keep this letter positive and short. I moved to Laguna Beach in 1987. I love and appreciate living here now as much as I did in ‘87. I give the former and...

Letter: Does Village Laguna Know Our Town Best?

Many of us in town received the latest mailer from Christoph/Iseman, a.k.a. Village Laguna. The slogan reads, “We Know Our Town Best.” I wasn’t sure what that meant, but I did have a chance to...

Letter: Michael Ray’s Column Missed the Mark

If only Mr. Ray had mused with some facts in his column on Sept. 27. In his column he claims that “our City Council thinks all of downtown is ‘historic’ and nothing should change, ever.” However,...

Letter: In Opposition of Restrictive Historic Regulations

On Sept. 29 our current City Council voted 5-0 to make listing a house on the Historic Inventory as “voluntary as possible.” Afterwards, I was wondering who was the driving force behind trying to...

Letter: Approved School Calendar Ignores Community Input

The essence of our school district and their success in “moving the needle” was captured eloquently by my friend Chris Tebbut. I too, have been part of the vetting process for our superintendent,...

Letter: Why I’ll Vote Yes on Prop P

Here’s why I will vote Yes on Measure P. It’s about safety and aesthetics. Many of our neighborhoods have only one or two exits for hundreds of people. When a Santa Ana wind is howling from the...