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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 1989 | WENDY PAULSON
Those in search of an eagle's eye view of South County can find it at one of the area's newer recreation spots in the coastal foothills. Towering about 1,000 feet above the rolling hills and gullies carved by the Aliso Creek, Seaview Park offers a sweeping panorama of the Saddleback Valley and mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the north, west and south.
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November 3, 2002 | John McKinney, Special to The Times
Some hikers say a promontory in Seaview Park offers Orange County's best coastal view. Certainly the vistas from this obscure Laguna Niguel park are breathtaking, whether you're gazing toward the hills behind Laguna Beach or down the coast to San Clemente. The overlook also offers an intriguing angle on Santa Catalina Island, which appears so deceptively close on the horizon that you can imagine hopping into a kayak and paddling into Avalon Harbor.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1999 | Rebecca Harris, (949) 574-4205
Councilman Joe Brown on Saturday will lead the third in a monthly series of historical walks to celebrate the city's 10th anniversary. The walk, which will take about 1 1/2 hours, will begin at Seaview Park, near the intersection of Pacific Island and Talavera drives. Walkers will head down Aliso Summit Trail to the Crown Valley Community Park. Water will be provided. The event is free and will start at 9 a.m. Information: (949) 363-0136.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1999 | Rebecca Harris, (949) 574-4205
Councilman Joe Brown on Saturday will lead the third in a monthly series of historical walks to celebrate the city's 10th anniversary. The walk, which will take about 1 1/2 hours, will begin at Seaview Park, near the intersection of Pacific Island and Talavera drives. Walkers will head down Aliso Summit Trail to the Crown Valley Community Park. Water will be provided. The event is free and will start at 9 a.m. Information: (949) 363-0136.
TRAVEL
November 3, 2002 | John McKinney, Special to The Times
Some hikers say a promontory in Seaview Park offers Orange County's best coastal view. Certainly the vistas from this obscure Laguna Niguel park are breathtaking, whether you're gazing toward the hills behind Laguna Beach or down the coast to San Clemente. The overlook also offers an intriguing angle on Santa Catalina Island, which appears so deceptively close on the horizon that you can imagine hopping into a kayak and paddling into Avalon Harbor.
REAL ESTATE
March 22, 1987
Lincoln Property Co. of Irvine has purchased four Southland business parks from a New York investment partnership in a package deal worth $30 million. The four parks contain a total of 465,000 square feet of industrial space. Three of the parks--Lakeview Business Center, Canyon Commerce Center and Tustin Avenue Business Park--are in Anaheim. The fourth, Seaview Business Park, is in Costa Mesa.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
Friends and family of Riley Morgan will gather at Seaview Park today to dedicate a park bench in her honor nearly a year and a half after her death. Tracy Morgan said her 4-year-old daughter died in March 1995, more than two years after being diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. After her death, neighbors began raising money to buy a bench to put in the park where the child used to play. With the $1,000 they collected, they have purchased a bench and a bronze plaque.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 4, 1997 | BENJAMIN EPSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Aliso Peak lies almost 600 feet above sea level, and you can experience every foot and more along the South Laguna Ridge Line Trail. This is one peak experience you can enjoy from the top down--all the way to the beach if you like. MORNING 1 The start of this hike alone is worth the trip. Park benches lining the top of Talavera Drive offer heady views into Aliso Canyon--steep-cliff warnings are posted with good reason--and stunning vistas of Santiago and Modjeska peaks (Old Saddleback).
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1988 | JIM CARLTON, Times Staff Writer
In a blow to Laguna Niguel's dreams of gaining a seafront, an Orange County Superior Court judge ruled Thursday that rival Dana Point will retain control over a disputed coastal strip. By so doing, Superior Court Judge William F. Rylaarsdam validated Dana Point's June 7 cityhood election, in which an overwhelming majority of residents voted to incorporate as Orange County's 27th city. Dana Point will become a city of 26,000 residents on Jan. 1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 1993 | DEBRA CANO
They wear a uniform and a badge. And though they don't carry weapons or make arrests, one of their duties as a ranger is to make sure people follow the rules at Orange County's parks. "We don't consider ourselves police officers," said Parker Hancock, supervising park ranger at Mile Square Regional Park in Fountain Valley.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 1989 | WENDY PAULSON
Those in search of an eagle's eye view of South County can find it at one of the area's newer recreation spots in the coastal foothills. Towering about 1,000 feet above the rolling hills and gullies carved by the Aliso Creek, Seaview Park offers a sweeping panorama of the Saddleback Valley and mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the north, west and south.
NEWS
November 2, 1986 | KAREN ROEBUCK, Times Staff Writer
Voters here will decide three local issues Tuesday: whether an additional tax should be levied on property owners to pay for safety services, whether voters should control zoning changes for 15 designated open-space areas and whether voter approval should be required to reduce the minimum lot size in residential zones. Proposition P would impose a levy of $52 a year for four years to help pay for police, fire and paramedic services.
NEWS
June 6, 1997
Tennis has the reputation of being a country club activity, enjoyed mainly by those who can afford to build their own backyard court or pay exorbitant fees for membership at a posh resort. It's only a myth. And to help debunk the idea, here's a list of more than 100 public tennis facilities where tennis can be played for free. The ledger is made up of public courts--most of them parks--that are owned, leased or managed by cities and counties.
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