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By Cindy Frazier | April 16, 2009
A 7-mile stretch of Aliso Creek is under study by the Army Corps of Engineers and the County of Orange for ways to improve wildlife habitat and water quality. The study is separate from the SUPER (Stabilization, Utility Protection and Environmental Restoration) Project, a $45 million federal effort to tame the Aliso watercourse, which is subject to flooding and erosion. The study is a spinoff of an overall Orange County Watershed study of 2002 — which preceded the SUPER Project — and will evaluate the creek from Pacific Park in Aliso Viejo to the ocean, including 1,000 feet of the Wood Canyon tributary to Aliso Creek, said John Vivante, lead planner with the Corps for the watershed project.
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December 8, 2011
LAGUNA NIGUEL — Orange County Sheriff's investigators have detained a man seen near the spot where a man's dead body was found inside a pickup truck parked in a Laguna Niguel neighborhood. Deputies responded to a report of the man found dead in the vehicle about 1:40 p.m. Monday in the 27000 block of Avenida Armijo. They found the man inside a white Dodge Ram pickup. Residents of the neighborhood said the 35-year-old man lived in a home across the street from the spot he was found dead.
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By Josh Aden | May 10, 2007
Joni and Kevin Park, who were killed in police-involved shootings at the Montage Resort on April 22, are being investigated by the FBI for possible real estate fraud, FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller has confirmed. Kevin Park owned a real estate company called Pacific Park Properties, operated out of his Mission Viejo home. His wife, Joni, was a salesperson for the business. The Parks' documents and electronics recovered at the scene of the shootings by Laguna Beach Police were turned over to the FBI to aid in their investigation, Laguna Beach Police Sgt. Jason Kravetz said Wednesday.
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February 2, 2012
Heisman ring stolen from Laguna Niguel home Former Los Angeles Rams running back John Cappelletti is pleading with the public to help find his stolen NFL and college memorabilia, including an anniversary ring for winning the Heisman Trophy while playing at Penn State. Orange County sheriff's investigators said thieves broke into Cappelletti's Laguna Niguel home and made off with at least $50,000 in jewelry and sports memorabilia, including a 25-year anniversary Heisman ring.
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August 20, 2004
Alta Laguna Park Located at the north end of Alta Laguna Boulevard, this hilltop park has a baseball field, six unlighted tennis courts, a half-basketball court, walking trails, picnic tables and children's play equipment. Bluebird Park Located on Cress Street between Temple Terrace and Bluebird Canyon Drive, this park has a fenced playground, half-basketball court, barbecues and picnic tables. There's also an unlighted tennis court one block east on Bluebird Canyon Drive, on top of the water reservoir.
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By David Hansen | June 10, 2011
It is that singular, frenetic time of year, right before the summer tourists, when Laguna Beach residents resemble squirrels stocking up for winter. We are excited for summer on the one hand, yet we are bracing ourselves for the onslaught. We freely admit that it's a bittersweet feeling of embrace and frustration. We realize the downtown is starting its tense, random congestion, and so we hurry to shop and visit friends. We cope by remembering our little shortcuts to avoid the crowds.
NEWS
November 19, 2004
When the rain lets up for a bit and it's time to get out of the house, take the time to visit one of Laguna's many parks including: Alta Laguna Park Located at the north end of Alta Laguna Boulevard, this hilltop park has a baseball field, six unlighted tennis courts, a half-basketball court, walking trails, picnic tables and children's play equipment. Bluebird Park Located on Cress Street between Temple Terrace and Bluebird Canyon Drive, this park has a fenced playground, half-basketball court, barbecues and picnic tables.
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By Cindy Frazier | April 16, 2009
A 7-mile stretch of Aliso Creek is under study by the Army Corps of Engineers and the County of Orange for ways to improve wildlife habitat and water quality. The study is separate from the SUPER (Stabilization, Utility Protection and Environmental Restoration) Project, a $45 million federal effort to tame the Aliso watercourse, which is subject to flooding and erosion. The study is a spinoff of an overall Orange County Watershed study of 2002 — which preceded the SUPER Project — and will evaluate the creek from Pacific Park in Aliso Viejo to the ocean, including 1,000 feet of the Wood Canyon tributary to Aliso Creek, said John Vivante, lead planner with the Corps for the watershed project.
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