Editor, With respect to the elimination, and promised replacement, of the trees in upper Bluebird Canyon, it would seem that once again the City Council has decided to totally disregard our historic neighborhood (“Native Trees Replace Exotic Species in Bluebird Canyon,” Nov. 22 edition) A case in point: Tuesday night, Nov. 19, the council voted […]
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Editor, I would like to comment on a recent letter to the editor wherein a writer compares his interrupted view to the sea as similar to that of an interrupted view to a movie screen, when a fellow in a top hat has unwittingly sat down in front of him (“The Parable of the Top […]
Editor, May I extend a heartfelt thanks to all of you who fought so hard for the survival of the 11 historic trees in Bluebird Canyon. Thank you for your letters of support, your e-mails, your calls, your rushed speeches last Tuesday, and your warmth. Reluctantly, the council’s decision to remove these trees was made […]
Editor, For those of you that may not be aware, there’s an upcoming City Council meeting where the fate of many of the great eucalyptus trees that inhabit Laguna Beach’s famous Bluebird Canyon will be decided. The vote notwithstanding, there’s already a move in place by some self-centered individuals to act quickly to remove them […]
Editor, I wanted to express my gratitude to the mayor and the members of the city council for taking a second look at the great eucalyptus trees that populate upper Bluebird Canyon, and for allowing them to continue to stand. I know it was not an easy decision, but I believe it was the right […]
Editor, I’ve lived in Laguna Beach a little over 75 years and, laugh if you like, but I still feel pretty spry, and I like to think that I’ve grown wiser as I‘ve grown older. Sadly, those 75 years have passed like a quick shadow over the lawn. But I digress. I have […]