CdM Entryway Conceptual Plans Approved

Thanks to Corona del Mar Today, those living in Newport Beach and Corona del Mar can read an update on the proposed CdM entryway redesign; part of the article follows:In a 6-1 vote at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, council members approved conceptual plans for a Corona del Mar entryway improvement. The plan would remove a …

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Update on the AERIE Project

This morning I was browsing through Corona del Mar’s current news on CoronadelMarToday.com, and spied a relevant article by Amy Senk on the AERIE condominium project. This project has been ongoing for seven years–the approval portion, at least.  The plan has gone through both the city council and the Coastal Commission, and both have delayed …

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Will the AERIE project be approved this time?

The AERIE project — denied Coastal Commission approval last spring — has been revised and reduced and will go back before the agency in March. The Coastal Commission’s agenda lists the project on the March 9 agenda for a meeting in Santa Cruz. No staff report has been posted. In a recent interview, owner Rick …

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Dog Beach Hours Won’t Be Limited During Winter Months

The Newport Beach City Council voted on Tuesday to expand the hours that dogs are permitted on beaches — but not for the 90 minutes a day that a staff report suggested and a parks commission approved. Instead, in a 5-2 vote, the Council decided to keep dog hours the same during summer months but …

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