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Laguna Canyon, 10 years later
February 6, 2004
ELISABETH M. BROWN “Last week’s fire burned about 10,000 acres of the 15,000 acre Laguna Greenbelt, and over 350 homes in Laguna Beach alone. Although the hills are blackened and appear devastated, they are in much better shape than the burned neighborhoods.” That’s how I started a column just days after the Oct. 27, 1993, Laguna Canyon wildfire. Recent photos from San Diego and San Bernardino brought it all back: the moonscape that was our backcountry 10 years ago. The surveyor’s cottage at 368 Third St., closest to the Laguna Beach Community Clinic and its next door neighbor at 374 made the trip with no discernible damage, Community Services Director Susan Cannan said. “It went very quietly, very smoothly,” she said. The hitch in the relocation of the cottages to Laguna Canyon was announced in City Manager Ken Frank’s Jan. 4 update. “While we disagree with this interpretation, rather than argue with the Commission staff, we have delayed the Planning Commission’s consideration until Jan. The council on Tuesday selected landscape architect Bob Borthwick, Laguna Canyon businesswoman and resident Susan Hamil, retired county official Eric Jessen, former City Manager of Temple City Karl Koski, retired engineer William E. Lawson, sculptor and canyon resident Louis Longi, retired civil engineer Carl R.
January 2, 2004
HAPPENINGS Belting it out The Boom Boom Room gets jumpin’ on Wednesday nights with “Dream Girls Revue.” A10 ALSO: Laguna kids give some New Year’s resolutions. A2 Catharine Cooper chases down the Muse. A5 Glori Fickling gets a taste of Pomodoro Cucina Italiano. A10 Poor Sherwood Kiraly had a cold it was bad. A11 James Pribram says goodbye to a friend and well known Laguna musician. f7Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. Laguna Beach residents admitted free. Main stage, 935 Laguna Canyon Rd. Information, (949)Closing time for Sawdust Festival
The end is near. There’s one more weekend left of the Sawdust Art Festival Winter Fantasy. More than 160 artists and craftspersons are offering their personally created items to Festival visitors.