Editor, Judging by the letters to the editor, public feedback to the city council and other community commentary, the decision to kill a dozen mature, healthy and beautiful trees may have been a mistake. If the ficus trees were buckling the sidewalks, the eucalyptus probably are too. Those could all come down also. Then change […]
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Editor, Verna. Verna Verna Verna Verna. And someone else for city council. I don’t know who yet. There are so many running who are willing to trade away the city’s legacy for a few pieces of gold. But relinquish my other council vote in order to give a slight edge to Verna? No. In the […]
Crises communications expert and local resident Joan Gladstone will speak about her career to the lunchtime meeting of the Laguna Beach Exchange Club on Tuesday, Oct. 11. Gladstone will talk about some of the cases that have energized her career, including first crisis situation, the county’s bankruptcy in 1994. The Exchange Club will meet between […]
Art Appraiser for Failed Thrifts Speaks to Exchange Club Appraiser Clarence “C” H. Boyd, who specializes in fine art, will speak to the Exchange Club on Thursday, June 2, about “Art – What’s It Worth? As It Turns Out, That Depends….” Previously an owner of two art galleries, Boyd has been appraising fine art for […]
San Onofre nuclear engineer Steve Jeppson is the guest speaker Thursday, April 7, at the noon meeting of the Laguna Beach Exchange Club. Jeppson will talk about the nuclear disaster resulting from the Sendai earthquake, safety at the San Onofre plant and will be accompanied by another staff member from the San Onofre facility. The […]
Editor, The 2010 election isn’t about Obama or Bush. It’s about fear. It’s about a nation fearful that its grip upon world domination has slipped. It has. The world is flat. It’s hard to imagine a future in which China continues making better goods more profitably than we do, that India can offer cheaper […]