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By Joanna Clay | December 15, 2011
The ball is rolling for a dog park at Aliso Canyon Community Park. The Aliso Viejo Community Assn. Board of Directors will start to re-evaluate in the coming months the Master Plan that included the addition of a dog park and parking. The plan is assessed every five years. The project was delayed because of the economic climate, AVCA President Ross Chun said. A few years back AVCA had design firms come up with designs and cost schedules for the project. Since then, it has asked the firms to scale the designs down to be more practical.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 8, 2012
Hi, my name is Paisley. I am a 5-month-old female dapple dachshund mix. I am a social butterfly, very loving and affectionate. I get along well with other pets and children. I love to go on long walks and play at the dog park. I am looking for a loving forever home. Please call Animal Crackers Pet Rescue at (949) 499-1988. * Hello, my name is Hutch. I am a 5-month-old male golden retriever mix. I love to go to the dog park. I am extremely affectionate and get along well with others.
NEWS
February 14, 2003
We are about to lose the use of two parks for our dogs. I believe it is our own fault. I am disgusted and disappointed at the amount of dog excrement at all the parks, excluding Bluebird, because dogs are not allowed. As a dog owner, it is your responsibility to watch and monitor your dog. That means being prepared to clean up the mess and take responsibility for their actions! I take great pride in being a responsible dog owner. I carry several bags with me at all times.
NEWS
June 25, 2004
Noel Lashley I am sickened. I honestly cannot believe that an idea of a skate park in Laguna could be such a headache. Actually, I can believe it. Laguna can bring on a severe migraine sometimes. There's a "no throwing a Frisbee" law and the soon-to-be "no smoking on the beach" law. I can deal with these laws, but I cannot deal with the fact that a skate park is too much to ask for. Skateboarding is great exercise. To the older generation, here's an analogy: Skateboarding is like tennis, you get a workout and you are having fun. Except you have a ton of these concrete areas and we have none.
NEWS
March 28, 2003
Bob Borthwick Growing up outside of Los Angeles, I loved visiting Laguna Beach. The ocean was the main attraction, but other coastal communities also had beautiful beaches. What made Laguna so special to me was the experience of driving through Laguna Canyon to get to the beach. The rock outcrops, the oaks on the hillsides, the sycamores in the side canyons, birds circling and the ever-present feeling of peacefulness ... what better entrance to a village?
NEWS
May 13, 2005
Up with goats, down with skateboarders Responding to two letters in the May 6 Coastline Pilot: Bill Jihn doesn't like the goats that eat up the excess hillside vegetation. He doesn't like the stinky schmutz they leave which may have seeds from mysterious alien vegetation. He's worried the goats might trample some other weeds that they don't munch. He doesn't want them down in South Laguna and he thinks the rest of us in Laguna should go along with him and kick the goats out. Not me, I like the goats, I like the happy goats jumping around on the hillsides.
LOCAL
By Josh Aden | August 31, 2007
A 70-foot-tall oak tree fell into nearby power lines on Laguna Canyon Road Friday, blacking out 11,136 homes and businesses. The tree fell just north of Raquel Road near the Dog Park, said Vanessa McGrady, a Southern California Edison representative. The damage happened about 12:45 p.m. and power was restored to most of the affected areas by about 1:10 p.m. About 600 Edison customers remained without power Friday afternoon. Edison will try to have the problem fixed as soon as possible this weekend, McGrady said.
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NEWS
June 20, 2013
Laguna Canyon Road reopened in both directions shortly after 1 p.m. Monday after crashes involving four vehicles injured two people, including a motorcyclist, Laguna Beach police said. The road was closed for nearly two hours following an accident near the dog park at 10:54 a.m. Monday, Capt. Jason Kravetz said in an email. A red Toyota pickup traveling north on Laguna Canyon Road broadsided a vehicle making an illegal U-turn from a parking space in front of the dog park, Kravetz said.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 8, 2012
Hi, my name is Paisley. I am a 5-month-old female dapple dachshund mix. I am a social butterfly, very loving and affectionate. I get along well with other pets and children. I love to go on long walks and play at the dog park. I am looking for a loving forever home. Please call Animal Crackers Pet Rescue at (949) 499-1988. * Hello, my name is Hutch. I am a 5-month-old male golden retriever mix. I love to go to the dog park. I am extremely affectionate and get along well with others.
NEWS
January 18, 2012
Last week, a Ms. Harrison called us at the Laguna Food Pantry. It seems she had more oranges and lemons from her trees than she could possibly use. She asked if we would we like the rest. It occurred to me that others of you might also have Harrison's happy dilemma. If so, we'd be glad to distribute your extra fruits and vegetables to the hundreds of families who come to our pantry for free groceries. We normally provide them with meats, frozen foods, rice, beans, cereals, bread, and sometimes even dairy products, but fresh produce is often hard to come by. The Laguna Food Pantry is on Laguna Canyon Road between the dog park and the Pacific Marine Mammal Center.
NEWS
By Joanna Clay | December 15, 2011
The ball is rolling for a dog park at Aliso Canyon Community Park. The Aliso Viejo Community Assn. Board of Directors will start to re-evaluate in the coming months the Master Plan that included the addition of a dog park and parking. The plan is assessed every five years. The project was delayed because of the economic climate, AVCA President Ross Chun said. A few years back AVCA had design firms come up with designs and cost schedules for the project. Since then, it has asked the firms to scale the designs down to be more practical.
NEWS
October 7, 2010
City Councilmember Verna Rollinger's recent commentary regarding "preservation over restoration" of historic buildings and their ability to comply with Mills Act standards disregarded the fact that historic buildings can also be evaluated based on their cultural significance to the city and not just the extent to which the original structure remains intact. ["Heisler Building gets a tax break," Coastline Pilot, Sept. 24.] The Heisler building is a perfect example of a structure that has significant cultural impacts to the city.
NEWS
August 26, 2010
Three accused of stealing car Three teenagers, two from Texas and one from Colorado, were arrested on suspicion of stealing one of the youth's father's car at 3 p.m. Aug. 19 in the 1300 block of South Coast Highway, according to Sgt. Louise Callus. The trio raised police suspicions as they drove through town, and a records check of the vehicle revealed that it had been stolen from Texas, Callus said. Multiple officers responded and the highway was shut down while officers arrested the teens at gunpoint.
LOCAL
By Josh Aden | September 4, 2007
A 70-foot-tall oak tree fell into nearby power lines on Laguna Canyon Road Friday, blacking out 11,136 homes and businesses. The tree fell just north of Raquel Road near the Dog Park, said Vanessa McGrady, a Southern California Edison representative. The damage happened about 12:45 p.m. and power was restored to most of the affected areas by about 1:10 p.m. About 600 Edison customers remained without power Friday afternoon. Edison will try to have the problem fixed as soon as possible this weekend, McGrady said.
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