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  • City Council: 2 appointments made to Design Review Board

    One seat on the Board of Adjustment/Design Review Board is still up for grabs. The City Council on Oct. 16 appointed Monica L. Simpson and Robin Zur Schmiede to the board for terms to start Feb. 1 and run through Jan. 31, 2015. Councilman Kelly Boyd has...
  • Election 2012: Discontent among local Dems

    The Laguna Beach City Council election is nonpartisan race, but you would never know it based on some of the campaign literature and rhetoric. Steven Dicterow, who has identified himself as the only Republican candidate, is endorsed by Rep. Dana...
  • Endorsing Barack Obama for President

    Endorsing Barack Obama for President
    If this was not totally obvious to everyone who glances at this column from time to time, I’m endorsing Barack Obama for president. Now I will make you suffer through a column about why I will vote for a second Obama term and why you should too....
  • County says to keep uncollected trash outside, or bring it to dump

    County officials said this week that as residents put out for collection large amounts of storm-related debris and spoiled foods from recent severe weather and power outages, the holiday week and hot weather combined to create delays in collections in...
  • Mailbag: Support the community, buy local

    Several weeks ago we had a fire adjacent to where I live. Thanks to the quick and professional work of the Laguna Beach Fire Department, no houses burned and no one was hurt. To all the firemen who worked long hours until the fire was extinguished, thank...
  • Mailbag: Social host ordinance is a tool community needs

    I am a current resident of Laguna Beach and have been a pediatrician in the community for more than 50 years. As a doctor, I have been witness to countless instances where alcohol and drugs have destroyed young lives. This is even true for "good" kids...
  • Harbor issues, outsourcing on Newport's agenda

    The Newport Beach City Council may have one foot out the door of its Newport Boulevard chambers as the group prepares to move to its new digs in Corona del Mar in early December, but it'll be business as usual Tuesday night at the council's regular...
  • Newport Beach looks at outsourcing

    The Newport Beach City Council voted to outsource its printing services and to inch forward in what could eventually be the privatization of its refuse collection services. The shutting down of the city's in-house print shop in favor of a contract...
  • Pasadena girds for utility price hike to meet clean-energy goals

    The Pasadena City Council is preparing for a long-term increase in power costs and rate increases to consumers as it strives to meet state and local clean-energy goals over the next several years. A state law enacted last year requires that by 2020,...
  • California invests in 'green' bonds

     
    California buys $400 million of green bonds from the World Bank....
  • Jacobs wants Apopka landfill diplomacy, Brummer fears ‘extortion’

     
    Orange County leaders once again delayed a vote to tighten up its own landfill rules as a separate dispute raged over its own garbage tipping fees and Apopka's consideration of a proposal to allow an expanded garbage dump inside its city. Mayor Teresa...