Next year, residents should expect more of the same Downtown to
complete projects before the summer.
"The second area of success is in obtaining grant money," Frank
said. "We've put in new sidewalks at the high school, repaired sewers
and repaired streets such as Forest Avenue."
He said that the city has also improved water quality and
transportation, such as the bus system, and was pleased that all this
was accomplished in one year, thanks much to his staff, he said.
* Revised the process for administrative approval of permits.
* Adopted rules to implement new water quality regulation imposed
by the state.
* Completed an urban design plan for the South Laguna Village.
* Modified the regulations for second residential units.
* Adopted an ordinance-clarifying certificate of occupancy
* Amended the Zoning Ordinance for Laguna Canyon.
* Updated the floodplain ordinance.
* Modified the sign ordinance.
* Resurfaced Glenneyre Street and El Toro Road.
* Renovated Village Green Park.
* Dedicated Treasure Island Park.
* Undergrounded the utility lines on Wendt Terrace.
* Constructed a new storm drain to protect the Festival of Arts.
* Extended storm drains on Skyline Drive and on Mystic Way.
* Under direction of the Laguna Beach School District, constructed
soccer and baseball fields at El Morro Elementary School.
* Widened several narrow curves in the Diamond /Crestview road
* Assumed maintenance responsibility for 50 street trees in South
* Reconstructed the Ruby Street view deck.
* Repaired beach access stairs at Rockpile Beach, Sleepy Hollow
Lane, and Thalia, Oak and cress streets.
* Relandscaped and resurfaced the Pepper Tree parking lot.
* Modified the vehicle wash area to collect water from the
corporation yard and directed it through an oil separator.
* Reconstructed the retaining wall on Queda Way.
* Constructed new nuisance water diversions at Jasmine, Anita, Oak
and Pearl streets and Dumond Drive.
* Installed benches and enhanced lighting and landscaping in the
Forest Avenue alley.