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By Kelly Boyd | June 26, 2009
On June 16 the City Council voted 4 to 1 to pass the Iseman Marine Reserve Plan. The plan will take control of over seven miles of our coastline from Laguna and give that control to the State of California. There will be no spear fishing, diving for lobster, kayak fishing, recreational fishing, commercial lobster fishing, commercial squid fishing or commercial bait fishing. Yes, a total NO FISHING ZONE! One woman at Tuesday?s council meeting supporting this vote claimed to represent four stakeholder groups, two of them Village Laguna and South Laguna Civic Assn.
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July 3, 2009
Another example of government gone askew was just perpetrated in Laguna Beach when the majority of the City Council apparently decided they owned the ocean and everything in it. The majority of the City Council bowed again to environmental extremists and agreed to try and get the state to close the entire Laguna Beach coast to all fishing. Only Mayor Kelly Boyd had the wisdom and foresight to see some of the many negative aspects of such a far out action, not the least of which was once again publicly displaying Laguna as a weird place.
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By Kelly Boyd | June 26, 2009
On June 16 the City Council voted 4 to 1 to pass the Iseman Marine Reserve Plan. The plan will take control of over seven miles of our coastline from Laguna and give that control to the State of California. There will be no spear fishing, diving for lobster, kayak fishing, recreational fishing, commercial lobster fishing, commercial squid fishing or commercial bait fishing. Yes, a total NO FISHING ZONE! One woman at Tuesday?s council meeting supporting this vote claimed to represent four stakeholder groups, two of them Village Laguna and South Laguna Civic Assn.
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