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Laguna Beach

April 26, 1999|James Meier, (714) 966-5988

In a discussion at last week's City Council meeting regarding the proposed Treasure Island resort and Tuesday's ballot measures, Mayor Steve Dicterow told opponents that he will work for a non-mobile home project at the site if Measures A and B are rejected. But Dicterow--who supports the resort project--added that if the measures pass, he will push the project through. Also at that meeting, City Manager Ken Frank said the city's cost toward the resort would be "quite modest." It was noted that five additional lifeguards would be needed at the site, but overall, the project would be "very positive financially for the city," he said.

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