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April 11, 2001 | SEEMA MEHTA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A small sewage spill closed a stretch of shoreline at Crystal Cove State Park near Laguna Beach on Tuesday. It's the 18th time this year the ocean off Orange County has been tainted by untreated human waste. Workers with the state Department of Parks and Recreation were conducting an archeological excavation at the El Morro Beach Mobile Home Park when they inadvertently nicked a sewer line. The 2 p.m.
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April 11, 2001 | SEEMA MEHTA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A small sewage spill closed a stretch of shoreline at Crystal Cove State Park near Laguna Beach on Tuesday. It's the 18th time this year the ocean off Orange County has been tainted by untreated human waste. Workers with the state Department of Parks and Recreation were conducting an archeological excavation at the El Morro Beach Mobile Home Park when they inadvertently nicked a sewer line. The 2 p.m.
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January 18, 1985
Authorities Thursday identified the man who died when his car plunged down a 150-foot cliff in Laguna Beach as Marine Lt. Donald Renner of Laguna Beach. Renner, 27, was driving north on Coast Highway in Laguna Beach at about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday when his car plunged into the El Morro Beach Mobile Home Park. Renner was killed instantly, according to California Highway Patrol spokesman Ken Daily.
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July 13, 2000 | ANA BEATRIZ CHOLO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The body of an elderly Costa Mesa man was found floating face down in the shallow waters at Crystal Cove State Park on Wednesday, and investigators are trying to determine whether he drowned accidentally or was the victim of foul play. Investigators have not released the name of the man, whose fully clothed body was found at 12:20 p.m. north of the El Morro Beach Mobile Home Park off Pacific Coast Highway in an unincorporated area.
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August 7, 1997 | DAVID REYES and BONNIE HAYES, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A man suspected of firing bottle rockets in Crystal Cove State Park may have started a brush fire Wednesday that destroyed 40 acres of hillside and crept toward a mobile home park, authorities said. During the five-hour battle to extinguish the blaze, firefighters found Louis Reyes, 26, near El Morro Creek, camping in a makeshift shelter at the bottom of the canyon, said Capt. Scott Brown of the Orange County Fire Authority.
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September 7, 1994 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
So many victims of last October's devastating fire in Laguna Beach are now seeking permits to rebuild their homes that City Hall has had to get help from an outside planning firm. "We are attempting to maintain a five-day turnaround for the plan check portion of our application process," Kyle Butterwick, community development director, said Tuesday. "So, we are referring those plans to a consulting firm in San Diego." As of Sept.
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November 7, 1993 | JODI WILGOREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One of Bette Midler's gold lame high heels, autographed. The original lithograph for the logo for Whoopi Goldberg's TV show. A Rembrandt etching. And a four-foot papier-mache sculpture with a striking resemblance to Burt from Sesame Street, but named "Plungerhead," perhaps because of the plunger stuck on its head.
HOME & GARDEN
December 17, 1994
Madine and Rolly Pulaski haven't been shy about making architectural changes to their mobile home: They wanted to take advantage of its oceanfront location and give it the personality of a custom home. It did help to have an architect in the house. From top to bottom, Rolly--an architect with P/A + Inc. in Newport Beach--has devised ways to give the home a look of permanence and style.
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July 18, 1990 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Developer Bill L. Walters, who told a congressional committee in June that he was broke after defaulting on nearly $100 million in loans obtained from a Denver thrift with the help of Neil Bush, is now living in the lap of luxury here. In February, a trust for Walters' wife, Jacqueline, bought a $1.9-million gated estate near Newport Bay, according to county records reviewed by The Times.
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December 9, 1993 | RICHARD CORE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On a steep, blackened slope above the El Morro Beach Mobile Home Park, Don Berryman dug a six-inch hole with his garden shovel Wednesday and delicately placed in a spindly, coastal sagebrush seedling. * Helped by his wife, Vicky, and daughter, Kimberly, he packed soil around the young plant's base, soaked its roots with a cup of water and paused momentarily to assess his work. "We haven't a clue what we're doing," Berryman said, smiling. "We just listened attentively to the instructions.
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October 30, 1993 | LESLIE BERKMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fire survivors who weep at the sight of their devastated homes are taking the first step in a long road to emotional healing, according to mental health officials who set up shop Friday in the ravaged city. A team of about 15 Orange County mental health workers and Red Cross volunteers formed Friday morning at Dana Hills High School, then fanned out to Laguna Beach to help fire-traumatized children and adults.
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