At the meeting, city officials will:
* review a parking consultant's report of the pilot program; and
* consider the possibility of prohibiting overnight parking from 9:30 p.m. to 8 a.m., except for residents with "shopper" parking stickers.
A copy of the parking analysis prepared by Kaku Associates is available at the city's website at www.lagunabeachcity.net.
Food sought for Resource Center
The Laguna Resource Center is experiencing a food shortage. Donations of nonperishable canned items and/or dry boxed foods may be brought to Tankersley Hall at Laguna Presbyterian Church Sunday, between 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Feb. 12.
The church is at 415 Forest Ave. Tankersley Hall is on Second Street, between the pre-school and the church buildings.
Information: (949) 715-3761.
TideWater Docent training class begins
The TideWater Docents are holding a training class for new instructors on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at the Ocean Institute in Dana Point. Docents explain to beachgoers that tide-pool rocks protect many fragile creatures which might be hurt when rocks are moved.
To date, the program has trained over 150 volunteers, 60 of whom work on a regular basis at the tide pools below Heisler Park and Treasure Island. The number of sites now includes Shaw's Cove, which has been called the most threatened coastal location in the city. Others may be added this summer, Mia Davidson, Tidewater Docent coordinator said.
Docents must attend one formal training session of approximately three hours and accompany a veteran docent for a training shift in the tide pools. Information: Davidson, (949) 497-8807 or e-mail email@example.com.
Newport businessman named USC trustee
Gregory P. Brakovich, the chief executive officer of KBS Capital Markets Group LLC in Newport Beach, has been elected to the University of Southern California's board of trustees.