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January 4, 2012
Two were arrested after fleeing police and getting their vehicle stuck in a Park Avenue stairway around 2 a.m. Saturday, police said. Karly Bosson, 33, of Anaheim and Samuel Eric, 29, of Brea are facing charges of vehicle theft, receiving stolen property, obstruction and hit and run. They also had outstanding felony warrants, according to police. Police attempted to stop the Volkswagen Jetta on South Coast Highway when they observed it driving erratically. The vehicle did not stop for officers and continued into a residential area.
NEWS
September 4, 2009
I worked in homeless shelters in Santa Monica and found the homeless don?t want to be in or go to camps. They prefer being outside on their own, without any oversight. If you vote to allow homeless to sleep at the Digestion Building and then the police to enforce this, you?re making a bad situation worse and wasting $200,000, plus the added enforcement costs created by more unnecessary work for the police, to enforce. Please revisit the original issue and see what it will take to overturn the original agreement, and fight the suit.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | March 9, 2007
Reading's gone to the dogs at the Boys & Girls Clubs TLC Branch in Bluebird Park. Daily reading is a major part of the Clubs' kindergarten programs, and at the TLC Branch a primary focus is on reading out loud. Enter Lagunan Kate Buckley and Murphy, her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The duo conducts a weekly Reading Education Assistance Dogs program on Wednesdays at the branch, where kids read to Murphy, a registered therapy animal. "It's good for the kids because it gets them excited, and they have someone to read to," Buckley said.
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By Brooke Monacell | June 4, 2009
Katharine Story and Animal Crackers Pet Rescue Non-Profit Organization are hosting in conjunction with the Laguna Beach First Thursday Artwalk a fashion fundraising event where 10% of all proceeds raised will be donated to the pet rescue efforts of Gina Kantzabedian and Animal Crackers Pet Rescue.  Please join us for cocktails and LIVE entertainment...and a few more surprises, too! When and Where: Thursday, June 4th 5 pm to 8 pm Katharine Story Boutique, 226 Ocean Avenue, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 Who: Katharine Story is a Laguna Beach-based fashion designer.
NEWS
By TOM HARMAN | September 8, 2006
With a flurry of activity, the 2005-06 legislative session has drawn to a close. The halls of the Capitol no longer overflow with lobbyists fervently advocating for the interests of their clients. The passionate debates have ended, and the hundreds of bills voted on in the past few weeks are either dead or heading to the governor's desk. Whatever the outcome of the measures sent to the governor, the Legislature's priorities became very clear this last month. The Legislature focused its time on ensuring the passage of legislation that would protect illegal immigrants, coddle convicted criminals, promote gay marriage and benefit public employee unions regardless of cost or efficiency.
NEWS
January 5, 2012
Apartment damaged in New Year's Eve fire Laguna Beach firefighters extinguished a fire at a 30-unit apartment complex on New Year's Eve, containing the damage to one unit. There were no injuries. Around 4 p.m. Saturday, the sound of the apartment's smoke alarm alerted nearby neighbors, who called the Fire Department, according to a news release. Firefighters arrived and quickly stopped the fire from spreading in the complex in the 200 block of Lower Cliff Drive. "The presence of a working smoke alarm certainly increased the early 911 notifications and our emergency response to this incident," Fire Division Chief Dan Stefano said in a statement.
NEWS
March 12, 2004
Steve Kawaratani "I am grief." -- ANDREI VOZNESENSKI "I have two luxuries to brood over in my walks, his loveliness and the hour of his death." -- WITH APOLOGIES TO JOHN KEATS I walked alone last Sunday, grieving over the loss of a friend -- my cat, Rousseau. His namesake was not the rational thinker, but rather the lesser-known artist. But Rousseau was anything but lesser -- a Persian with a glower and presence, which earned him top cat honors in our brood.
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By SHERWOOD KIRALY | August 18, 2006
There's been a controversy surrounding the Husky Boy hamburger restaurant on North Coast Highway recently. Some neighbors have complained about food odors and noise, and they've had it cited as a public nuisance. Never let it be said that we Lagunans aren't sensitive to our environment. The noise level from the Husky Boy exhaust system tested at 63.9 decibels and the allowable limit is 60, so routine maintenance should solve that. And owner Jay Carpelo says the air quality inspector told him the element causing the aroma complaints was garlic, and Jay has now taken it off the menu.
NEWS
October 17, 2013
Excerpt from a letter to the Laguna Beach Planning Commission: We would like to express our opposition to the proposed project at 20432 Laguna Canyon Road. This parcel is at present a single-family home. We feel multiunit housing should be closer to Laguna College of Art and Design or in the village entrance and not in our rural neighborhood. This is not the place for a dorm or apartment building. Put it somewhere more densely populated with supporting infrastructure. It's difficult to openly challenge the concept and benefit to the artist community.
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January 4, 2012
Two were arrested after fleeing police and getting their vehicle stuck in a Park Avenue stairway around 2 a.m. Saturday, police said. Karly Bosson, 33, of Anaheim and Samuel Eric, 29, of Brea are facing charges of vehicle theft, receiving stolen property, obstruction and hit and run. They also had outstanding felony warrants, according to police. Police attempted to stop the Volkswagen Jetta on South Coast Highway when they observed it driving erratically. The vehicle did not stop for officers and continued into a residential area.
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NEWS
September 4, 2009
I worked in homeless shelters in Santa Monica and found the homeless don?t want to be in or go to camps. They prefer being outside on their own, without any oversight. If you vote to allow homeless to sleep at the Digestion Building and then the police to enforce this, you?re making a bad situation worse and wasting $200,000, plus the added enforcement costs created by more unnecessary work for the police, to enforce. Please revisit the original issue and see what it will take to overturn the original agreement, and fight the suit.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | March 9, 2007
Reading's gone to the dogs at the Boys & Girls Clubs TLC Branch in Bluebird Park. Daily reading is a major part of the Clubs' kindergarten programs, and at the TLC Branch a primary focus is on reading out loud. Enter Lagunan Kate Buckley and Murphy, her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The duo conducts a weekly Reading Education Assistance Dogs program on Wednesdays at the branch, where kids read to Murphy, a registered therapy animal. "It's good for the kids because it gets them excited, and they have someone to read to," Buckley said.
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