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March 23, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
A campaign to persuade residents to shop locally began this week with a citywide mailing of a shopping guide, the Chamber of Commerce told council members on Tuesday. The glossy, 56-page publication will be in every Laguna Niguel home by the weekend to kick off "Shop Laguna Niguel," chamber officials said. The booklet lists more than 300 Laguna Niguel businesses, from appliance sales outlets to video rental stores. Merchants are listed alphabetically and by service.
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December 16, 1997 | LORENZA MUNOZ and SUSAN DEEMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A week after torrents of mud and water turned the business district into a veritable ghost town, residents and merchants are crying in frustration: Laguna Beach is cleaned up and open for business. Merchants are complaining that with the last big shopping weekend before Christmas just days away, tourists seem to be avoiding Laguna Beach for fear that the streets are still muddy and swamped. Not true, officials say. "Everything is back to normal and in working order," said Police Sgt. Ray Lardie.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1997 | LORENZA MUNOZ and SUSAN DEEMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A week after torrents of mud and water turned the business district into a veritable ghost town, residents and merchants are crying in frustration: Laguna Beach is cleaned up and open for business. Merchants are complaining that with the last big shopping weekend before Christmas just days away, tourists seem to be avoiding Laguna Beach for fear that the streets are still muddy and swamped. Not true, officials say. "Everything is back to normal and in working order," said Police Sgt. Ray Lardie.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
A campaign to persuade residents to shop locally began this week with a citywide mailing of a shopping guide, the Chamber of Commerce told council members on Tuesday. The glossy, 56-page publication will be in every Laguna Niguel home by the weekend to kick off "Shop Laguna Niguel," chamber officials said. The booklet lists more than 300 Laguna Niguel businesses, from appliance sales outlets to video rental stores. Merchants are listed alphabetically and by service.
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