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Laguna Beach Independent Town Crier Section

Utility undergrounding contruction starts on Laguna Canyon Road

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Southern California Edison (SCE) contractors have started construction to underground the overhead utility lines along Laguna Canyon Road between El Toro Road and the...

Capturing beauty in Laguna’s marine protected areas

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As the California Fish & Game Commission evaluates the state's network of 124 Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), which represent only 16% of coastal waters,...

Laguna Beach Sister Cities announces 2024 Young Artists & Authors Showcase winners

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Laguna Beach Sister Cities Association (LBSC) has picked the winners of the 2024 Young Artists & Authors Showcase (YAAS). This year’s competition, themed "CLIMATESCAPE: RESILIENT...

OCMA director releases new book

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A reading of "Why Art Matters: The Bearable Lightness of Being" by author Heidi Zuckerman was held in front of a packed Good Together...

Town Crier: Week of July 12

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Top of the World Neighborhood Association to Hold General Meeting The Top of the World Neighborhood Association (TOWNA) General Meeting will be held on...
letters to the editor

Letter: NCC’s housing application draft process requires community’s patience

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For decades, Neighborhood Congregational Church (NCC) thrived, serving the needs of Laguna Beach families. But today, we live in different times. Churches all over...
letters to the editor

Letter: No bang for the buck

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Why would the city council take away the celebration of being American and watching fireworks? The environment? Cost? Sad dogs? If the environment is concerning...
letters to the editor

Letter: Response to Ketta Brown’s guest opinion

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Having read Ketta Brown’s guest opinion in the Laguna Beach Independent last week regarding the proposed low-income housing project at the Neighborhood Congregational Church,...
letters to the editor

Letter: Who’s looking out for us?

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At the July 2 Audit Committee meeting, we learned that the city had decided to change auditors, had solicited potential new firms and had...
letters to the editor

Letter: Fourth of July in Laguna Beach 

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The City’s drone show was a unique way for our village to celebrate Independence Day with lights and action without contaminating the air with...

Opinion: Why not ticket distracted jaywalkers?

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By Roger Butow AB 2147, passed in 2022, is the so-called "Freedom to Walk Act." It was built on AB 1238, passed in 2021, which...

Opinion: Pet Peeves

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Leave It to Beaver By Mark D. Crantz A Trilogy-Part One It was an oft-heard Laguna story. A family moves from somewhere else and relocates to Laguna...

Opinion: Hell hath no fury like a drone show

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By Billy Fried Of the hundreds of snarky columns I’ve penned over the years to polarize and agitate my readers, nothing will inflame them more...

Opinion: This is Where We Live

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Jean Louis Egasse By Hunter Fuentes and Jon Stordahl Everyone loves a mystery! Last month Laguna Playhouse presented the show Holmes & Watson. Set on a...

Opinion: Health, longevity and mind’s potential

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By Russ Gerber The concept of mind we’re all familiar with is gradually becoming the mind of the past. The decision-maker, the seat of knowledge,...