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By Barbara Diamond | September 24, 2009
City officials want to root out non-native plants on private property that have escaped and invaded the city’s open space. The City Council gave preliminary approval Sept. 15 to the addition of five plants to the list of noxious weeds that property owners must eradicate or the city will do it and bill them for the work. “We have no money or staff to do this, so we will do the same as Oceanside and rely on the public to identify the plants and then we’ll put them on the weed abatement list,” said City Manager Ken Frank.
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October 16, 2009
The following is from the Laguna Beach City Council meeting of Oct. 6. Tax levies lowered for some City Treasurer Laura Parisi announced a substantial reduction or elimination of assessment district levies for 711 Laguna Beach property owners. The reductions or eliminations will be reflected on 2009-10 tax bills. WHAT IT MEANS Bonds for Assessment Districts 84-1R and 93-1 were paid off a year early, Parisi said. Levies were reduced by 50 % for district 95-1, due to construction credits and interest earnings.
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By Barbara Diamond | September 24, 2009
City officials want to root out non-native plants on private property that have escaped and invaded the city’s open space. The City Council gave preliminary approval Sept. 15 to the addition of five plants to the list of noxious weeds that property owners must eradicate or the city will do it and bill them for the work. “We have no money or staff to do this, so we will do the same as Oceanside and rely on the public to identify the plants and then we’ll put them on the weed abatement list,” said City Manager Ken Frank.
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