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Of course, considering city leaders can’t even afford to hire enough lifeguards for their liking, a marine safety officer is a long shot. Kevin Snow, who has been the captain in the marine safety department since 2003, will become chief of the department effective May 4. Snow first started working for the marine safety department as a seasonal lifeguard in 1981. He eventually became a full time, year round lifeguard at Lake Mission Viejo. In 1996, he rejoined the city as a career marine safety officer.
May 19, 2006
Hotels should post tide pool rules In your editorial regarding tide pools, you find it “Amazing ? adults who presumably can read the large posted signs at the staircases ? ” would be the people violating our tide pools. That these people “with young children in tow, ? catching small fish ? taken back to a hotel room ? “. But those people staying in the oceanside hotels are not walking past those “large posted signs.” They should be, but there is no requirement for the posting of such signs by the hotels.30 year marine safety chief to retire
Mark Klosterman, chief of marine safety in Laguna Beach, will be retiring at the close of business on May 1, City Manager Ken Frank has announced. Klosterman has worked for the city in the Marine Safety Department for about 30 years. He started as an Easter Week lifeguard in April 1974, was a seasonal/recurrent lifeguard from 1975 to 1979, and became a full time lifeguard in 1979. Klosterman served as Marine Safety Lt. 29 30, Laguna Beach Marine Protection officers had their hands full with divers seeking to be the first to bagthe tasty crustaceans in night dives. Lobster season continues to March 8. A Marine Protection officer and Marine Safety officer made contact with 172 divers in the waters from Crescent Bay to Three Arch Bay on opening weekend, according to City Manager Ken Frank. The holiday is one of Laguna Beach’s busiest beach going days of the year. Marine Safety Chief Mark Klosterman said he expects about 60,000 people to visit the beach Wednesday. Klosterman said last weekend’s opening of the summer season wasn’t too difficult for the lifeguard staff. There were 988 calls for officers and service this year from May 24 to Monday, 59 more than 2010. Total arrests nearly tripled compared to last year with 73 arrests versus 28 in 2010.