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August 15, 2008
For those veterans like letter writer Peter Sherfy Millington of Murietta [?Legion Hall could serve veterans needs,? Coastline Pilot, Aug. 8], I would like to make sure that all veterans are aware that the Long Beach VA Hospital has off-site clinic facilities in Santa Ana on Bristol Street just north of the 405 Freeway and a nearly new facility in Laguna Hills to serve south Orange County just south of the 5 Freeway off La Paz Road, in a strip mall...
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By Joanna Clay | November 10, 2011
Dave Connell didn't have to think twice when he enlisted to serve in World War II at the age of 18. "It was just the expected thing to do," said the 84-year-old Laguna Beach resident. "It was just like going to the movies. " A member of the American Legion Post 222 for the last 14 years, Connell says it's important to remember veterans on Friday's holiday. "It's the one day that veterans are supposed to be recognized for the service they've done for the country," he said.
NEWS
August 29, 2003
Peter Ueberroth's plan won't fly My response to your question regarding Peter Ueberroth's political ideas is that most of them are fine ideas but they have no substantial difference from any of the other conservative candidates. However, the only fully qualified candidate for governor is Tom McClintock while all the others are miles behind him in capability, goals and experience. The sad part is that Arnold [Schwarzenegger] is probably the only one who can win in this democratic, union, socialistic controlled state.
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By Barbara Diamond | October 9, 2009
Laguna celebrated the generous spirit and the birthday of Harry Lawrence Harry Lawrence on Thursday at Main Beach Park. Lawrence is a businessman, an arts supporter, patriot, patron of the arts, a world traveler and a volunteer of extraordinary breadth. His fingerprints are all over the town’s most cherished institutions — the Chamber of Commerce, the Laguna Art Museum, the Laguna Playhouse and the Festival of Arts, on which boards he served. He was a founding member of the Beatification Council, served on the forerunner of the city’s Arts Commission and has been a member of the Laguna Beach Taxpayers Assn.
NEWS
March 19, 2004
There is no need for the view ordinance Right on and thank you Yvonne Meredith for your letter about the group of people trying to push through a view ordinance. ("Group's goals are so un-Laguna," Coastline Pilot, March 12) Several years ago I tried to express similar thoughts as yours regarding trees and the birds they attract to Laguna Beach. There is a big sign at Main Beach proclaiming that Laguna Beach is a bird sanctuary. And why? Because we have a lot more trees in our quaint neighborhoods than a lot of other cities.
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By Joanna Clay | November 10, 2011
Dave Connell didn't have to think twice when he enlisted to serve in World War II at the age of 18. "It was just the expected thing to do," said the 84-year-old Laguna Beach resident. "It was just like going to the movies. " A member of the American Legion Post 222 for the last 14 years, Connell says it's important to remember veterans on Friday's holiday. "It's the one day that veterans are supposed to be recognized for the service they've done for the country," he said.
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By Barbara Diamond | October 9, 2009
Laguna celebrated the generous spirit and the birthday of Harry Lawrence Harry Lawrence on Thursday at Main Beach Park. Lawrence is a businessman, an arts supporter, patriot, patron of the arts, a world traveler and a volunteer of extraordinary breadth. His fingerprints are all over the town’s most cherished institutions — the Chamber of Commerce, the Laguna Art Museum, the Laguna Playhouse and the Festival of Arts, on which boards he served. He was a founding member of the Beatification Council, served on the forerunner of the city’s Arts Commission and has been a member of the Laguna Beach Taxpayers Assn.
NEWS
April 17, 2009
Your editorial on views is to be applauded. (?Take a look at views,? April 3.) Mother Nature endowed Laguna Beach with some of the most beautiful ocean view sheds anywhere. She gave us these unique views of the ocean, islands, sunsets and even the inland valleys from steep bluffs and hills unobstructed by large vegetation. People came, saw and purchased land to enjoy these wide open spacious vistas unique only this area. Then far too many of these same people brought in trees foreign to this area, planted them where it did not obstruct the own precious views, but deliberately or unconsciously destroyed the precious views of their neighbors and even destroyed public view sheds.
NEWS
March 19, 2004
There is no need for the view ordinance Right on and thank you Yvonne Meredith for your letter about the group of people trying to push through a view ordinance. ("Group's goals are so un-Laguna," Coastline Pilot, March 12) Several years ago I tried to express similar thoughts as yours regarding trees and the birds they attract to Laguna Beach. There is a big sign at Main Beach proclaiming that Laguna Beach is a bird sanctuary. And why? Because we have a lot more trees in our quaint neighborhoods than a lot of other cities.
NEWS
August 29, 2003
Peter Ueberroth's plan won't fly My response to your question regarding Peter Ueberroth's political ideas is that most of them are fine ideas but they have no substantial difference from any of the other conservative candidates. However, the only fully qualified candidate for governor is Tom McClintock while all the others are miles behind him in capability, goals and experience. The sad part is that Arnold [Schwarzenegger] is probably the only one who can win in this democratic, union, socialistic controlled state.
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