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By Ceil Sharman | October 6, 2008
Family Fun Night A Mexican Dinner, Bingo, bouncy slide, bouncy house, dessert and lots of fun are featured at Family Fun Night to be held in Fellowship Hall of Laguna Presbyterian Church on Saturday, October 18 from 5 to 7PM. Children of all ages, accompanied by a parent are invited. Admission: $7, adults, $5 children, $20, for a family of 4. To reserve a space, sign up at the cart between the 8:30 and 10 o?clock services, on Sunday, or call 494-7555, and ask for Lisa, or e-mail lwilhelm@lagunapreschurch.
NEWS
May 15, 2013
The following is from the May 7 City Council meeting. All council members were present. * PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS The public is allowed to speak on any subject not on the agenda. Speakers generally are limited to three minutes, but the time can be adjusted by the council. •Kendra Ulrich of Washington, D.C., thanked the council on behalf of Friends of the Earth for showing leadership and passing a resolution expressing concern about the San Onofre nuclear reactors.
NEWS
April 9, 2004
A trio of City Council members, who do not always share the same philosophical positions, united Tuesday to certify the environmental impact report for projects on Third Street. Although no specific project was approved, the certification opens the way for a package deal that in concept would include a senior center, a community center, a remodeled Community Clinic and substantial underground parking. "I have a special deal for the council tonight and for tonight only -- a discount of $1.6 million," said City Manager Ken Frank, who recommended certification of the report.
NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | February 28, 2013
The Planning Commission approved a sidewalk extension along a portion of the Laguna Canyon's frontage road despite opposition from some commissioners and residents during its meeting Wednesday night inside City Council chambers. The commission voted 3 to 2 to remove an existing curb, gutter and four trees and install a new curb, gutter, pedestrian access ramp and sidewalk from Woodland Drive south along Laguna Canyon Frontage Road to connect with an existing sidewalk. The sidewalk would narrow the existing roadway by about 2 1/2 feet, to 15 1/2 feet once completed.
LOCAL
March 8, 2007
A number of streets in downtown Laguna Beach will be closed from 9 a.m. to about 2 p.m. Saturday for the Patriots Day Parade. Laguna Beach police are advising motorists to use alternate routes during parade hours. Pacific Coast Highway and Laguna Canyon Road will remain open during the parade, but traffic is expected to be heavily congested due to the surrounding street closures. Roads which will be closed or directly affected during the parade are: Park Avenue (between Wendt Terrace and South Coast Highway)
NEWS
September 19, 2003
The Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot went to the library and talked to children who were about to participate in the library's Story Time, asking them the question, 'What do you like about the library, do you have a favorite book and what do you like about Story Time?' "I like books like Miss Spider and I like Story Time." MILA KELLAM, 3 "The Little Mermaid video and fireman books." KYLE SHAW "I like the arts and crafts at Story Time." ABY JAEGER, 4 "I like Story Time because it's fun. I like watching the stories, I like Jungle Book."
LOCAL
September 25, 2007
An underground transformer on South Coast Highway failed at 11:04 a.m. Tuesday, dousing the lights for some 2,000 Southern California Edison customers in the area of downtown Laguna Beach. Most of the area was restored to power by noon, but about 40 customers between Mermaid and Cleo Streets on South Coast Highway will be without power indefinitely while the transformer is repaired or replaced, said Steve Conroy, spokesman for Southern California Edison. "This will be an extended outage [for the 40 customers]
LOCAL
By Ceil Sharman | September 19, 2008
To kickoff a $6.2M fundraising drive to complete the restoration of historic Colonial Revival Laguna Presbyterian Church, built in 1927, a meaningful worship service Sept. 14 was followed by Laguna's Community Band Members who led worshipers to the Mermaid Parking for a fun family picnic, playing, "When the Saints Go Marchin In." Lorna Cohen and the worship team planned a beautiful service. Credit for the picnic goes to Linda Roberson and Sue Seybold. About 350 adults and kids attended.
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NEWS
May 15, 2013
The following is from the May 7 City Council meeting. All council members were present. * PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS The public is allowed to speak on any subject not on the agenda. Speakers generally are limited to three minutes, but the time can be adjusted by the council. •Kendra Ulrich of Washington, D.C., thanked the council on behalf of Friends of the Earth for showing leadership and passing a resolution expressing concern about the San Onofre nuclear reactors.
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NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | February 28, 2013
The Planning Commission approved a sidewalk extension along a portion of the Laguna Canyon's frontage road despite opposition from some commissioners and residents during its meeting Wednesday night inside City Council chambers. The commission voted 3 to 2 to remove an existing curb, gutter and four trees and install a new curb, gutter, pedestrian access ramp and sidewalk from Woodland Drive south along Laguna Canyon Frontage Road to connect with an existing sidewalk. The sidewalk would narrow the existing roadway by about 2 1/2 feet, to 15 1/2 feet once completed.
LOCAL
By Ceil Sharman | October 6, 2008
Family Fun Night A Mexican Dinner, Bingo, bouncy slide, bouncy house, dessert and lots of fun are featured at Family Fun Night to be held in Fellowship Hall of Laguna Presbyterian Church on Saturday, October 18 from 5 to 7PM. Children of all ages, accompanied by a parent are invited. Admission: $7, adults, $5 children, $20, for a family of 4. To reserve a space, sign up at the cart between the 8:30 and 10 o?clock services, on Sunday, or call 494-7555, and ask for Lisa, or e-mail lwilhelm@lagunapreschurch.
NEWS
April 9, 2004
A trio of City Council members, who do not always share the same philosophical positions, united Tuesday to certify the environmental impact report for projects on Third Street. Although no specific project was approved, the certification opens the way for a package deal that in concept would include a senior center, a community center, a remodeled Community Clinic and substantial underground parking. "I have a special deal for the council tonight and for tonight only -- a discount of $1.6 million," said City Manager Ken Frank, who recommended certification of the report.
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