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Former Mayor Egly Takes a New Post

Jane Egly
Jane Egly

Jane Egly, former mayor and former Laguna Beach County Water District director, has been appointed to the Laguna Beach County Water District’s water commission to fill a seat left vacant by the death of commission chair, Bruce R. Scherer, says a statement.

Egly is no stranger to water issues in Laguna Beach. While serving as a Laguna Beach City Council member, Egly served on the district’s board 2005-2012.

During her 2012 term as board president, Egly joined mayors across the country asking residents to make a commitment to conserve water and cut pollution by taking part in the Mayors Challenge for Water Conservation. Laguna secured the title of most water wise city in its population category.

Republicans Elect New Leaders

Laguna Beach Republicans have elected its leadership team for the 2016 election cycle. The team consists of President Emil Monda, Vice President and Secretary Michele Monda, Vice President Chris Kling, Communications Director James Kennedy, Treasurer Shannon O’Toole and Vice President at Large Nancee Swensson.

“These additions to the leadership team along with our other returning members provide the LBGOP a strong foundation to achieve our 2016 goal of electing as many Republicans to city, state and federal offices as possible,” the president said. 

Emil Monda
Emil Monda

LBGOP Communications Director James Kennedy added “The Laguna Beach Republicans are fired up and ready to work with people throughout our town for control of local issues, as well as personal freedom and economic liberty.” In addition The Laguna Beach Republican are seeking a Headquarters in Laguna for 2016 activities. The group is requesting submissions of locations for possible selection as the official 2016 HQ. We are looking to use the facility from approximately June through November of this year. Interested parties should email us at “[email protected]” with “Headquarters” in the subject line. Submissions will be open through the end of March.

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