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March 3, 2000 | Sharon Nagy, (949) 248-2168
Recreation Committee member Marilyn Vainer said the city is in desperate need of more soccer and baseball fields, a gymnasium and a community center. To address deficiencies, the committee wants to create a new park and facilities plan to update the aging plan written 20 years ago. The original document, created in July 1980, inventoried parks and recreation facilities and determined needs for future ones.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 17, 2000 | Sharon Nagy, (949) 248-2168
The City Council has agreed to work with the YMCA to create a skateboard park, but denied a staff request to place it at the Big Bend area on Laguna Canyon Road, citing perilous driving conditions. The council unanimously approved the concept of a YMCA-sponsored skate park at its Tuesday meeting. Councilman Wayne L. Peterson said he will propose a skating zone at Bark Park on Laguna Canyon Road next month.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 1995 | LESLIE EARNEST
The City Council has taken steps that could lead to the community's first skateboard park and regulation-size soccer field. Voting unanimously, the council Tuesday night decided to pursue enlarging the field at Moulton Meadows Park to accommodate a 80-yard-by-120-yard soccer field. Currently, local soccer teams must play their "home" games out of town because Laguna Beach lacks a field large enough.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 13, 1998 | BONNIE HARRIS HAYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The shuffleboard courts perched above the Pacific Ocean--once pristine and popular, their emerald surfaces as slick as a freshly waxed floor--have buckled and sprouted weeds. There are no waiting lists to play anymore, or crowds of curious spectators squeezed onto metal benches underneath the palm trees. Only four people, four stubborn shuffleboard buffs who have sent disks floating across the courts for 30 years, still use the facility at Heisler Park regularly, every Saturday to be exact.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 13, 1998 | BONNIE HARRIS HAYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The shuffleboard courts perched above the Pacific Ocean--once pristine and popular, their emerald surfaces as slick as a freshly waxed floor--have buckled and sprouted weeds. There are no waiting lists to play anymore, or crowds of curious spectators squeezed onto metal benches underneath the palm trees. Only four people, four stubborn shuffleboard buffs who have sent disks floating across the courts for 30 years, still use the facility at Heisler Park regularly, every Saturday to be exact.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1997 | LESLIE EARNEST
The city's first roller hockey rink will open today at the Boys and Girls Club. City Recreation Director Pat Barry said the rink will be a boon for local youth, who can join leagues immediately, and for the general public, which will be able to use the facility 20 hours a week. "It's a tremendous opportunity," Barry said. "We foresee that it will get a lot of use in the community." The rink is an outgrowth of an extensive effort by the city to find a place for a skateboard park.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1997 | LESLIE EARNEST
The city's first roller hockey rink will open today at the Boys and Girls Club. City Recreation Director Pat Barry said the rink will be a boon for local youth, who can join leagues immediately, and for the general public, which will be able to use the facility 20 hours a week. "It's a tremendous opportunity," Barry said. "We foresee that it will get a lot of use in the community." The rink is an outgrowth of an extensive effort by the city to find a place for a skateboard park.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 1995 | LESLIE EARNEST
The City Council has taken steps that could lead to the community's first skateboard park and regulation-size soccer field. Voting unanimously, the council Tuesday night decided to pursue enlarging the field at Moulton Meadows Park to accommodate a 80-yard-by-120-yard soccer field. Currently, local soccer teams must play their "home" games out of town because Laguna Beach lacks a field large enough.
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