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By Howard Hills | July 31, 2009
City Editor Cindy Frazier provided an insightful analysis of unresolved questions about the controversial and divisive name change at Laguna Beach High School in 2002 (From Canyon to Cove, ?Being true to their school,? July 24). The Laguna Beach High School Alumni Assn. hopes that any discussion of this issue is aimed at reconciliation and resolution, so we can focus without distractions on positive opportunities for alumni and the community to support the success of our high school.
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By Barbara Diamond | September 17, 2009
Jerry Burchfield, who partnered with Mark Chamberlain to create the art installation known as The Tell, which is considered to be instrumental in the preservation of a large part of Laguna’s open space, died Sept. 11. He was 62. “He died just after sunrise,” Chamberlain said. “He was all about light. Photography means light writing. “Jerry was prepared to die — he was always organized — and he did it with grace and dignity.” Barbara Burchfield was at the bedside of her husband of 41 years when he died after a long struggle with colon cancer.
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By Gustavo Grad | December 22, 2011
Two months after the Oct. 6 meeting when the Laguna Beach City Council discussed the future of the Environmental Committee, it is only natural to ask: Do we want to run a sustainable city? Do we care about the city's natural environment from the greenbelt to the ocean? Do we want to have a more comprehensive strategic planning and development standards according to the Vision 2030 plan and the Climate Protection Plan created to implement the U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Agreement the city adopted in 2007?
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November 8, 2002
No way did Baglin commit crime Throughout its history Laguna has rightfully tolerated its colorful vocal minorities, those who have used their excess free time to make frivolous carping into a form of local folk art. On the one hand, they add to the city's rich vibrant texture while on the other a few of the fringe element occasionally slink cross the line of propriety. This shadowy group who are currently assailing our mayor, Wayne Baglin, with suggestions that he has acted improperly in a real estate deal with the city have gone too far. Rather than engaging in a reasonable debate of the legal issues with all the facts in place, they have gone to old fashion muckraking and innuendo to further their agenda.
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By Howard Hills | July 31, 2009
City Editor Cindy Frazier provided an insightful analysis of unresolved questions about the controversial and divisive name change at Laguna Beach High School in 2002 (From Canyon to Cove, ?Being true to their school,? July 24). The Laguna Beach High School Alumni Assn. hopes that any discussion of this issue is aimed at reconciliation and resolution, so we can focus without distractions on positive opportunities for alumni and the community to support the success of our high school.
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