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October 21, 1990 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The campaign manager for the Committee to Save the Canyon is taking nothing for granted these days. Never mind the informal telephone survey at the end of the week suggesting that two-thirds of Laguna Beach voters favor an upcoming $20-million bond measure, which, if passed, would go toward the $78-million purchase of Laguna Canyon land proposed for development by the Irvine Co.
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February 3, 1994 | LESLIE EARNEST
The leader of the Laguna Beach Taxpayers Assn. said membership has more than tripled in the past year, a fact he attributes to a growing dissatisfaction with city leadership. Association President Robert R. Mosier, who often speaks at City Council meetings opposing the views of the majority, said membership in the organization has ballooned from 300 to 1,080. "I think it's a general dissatisfaction with the present council," Mosier said. "I'm very encouraged.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 3, 1994 | LESLIE EARNEST
The leader of the Laguna Beach Taxpayers Assn. said membership has more than tripled in the past year, a fact he attributes to a growing dissatisfaction with city leadership. Association President Robert R. Mosier, who often speaks at City Council meetings opposing the views of the majority, said membership in the organization has ballooned from 300 to 1,080. "I think it's a general dissatisfaction with the present council," Mosier said. "I'm very encouraged.
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October 21, 1990 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The campaign manager for the Committee to Save the Canyon is taking nothing for granted these days. Never mind the informal telephone survey at the end of the week suggesting that two-thirds of Laguna Beach voters favor an upcoming $20-million bond measure, which, if passed, would go toward the $78-million purchase of Laguna Canyon land proposed for development by the Irvine Co.
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