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By Amy Senk | January 7, 2012
A stretch of East Coast Highway in Corona del Mar has become the dumping ground for used adult diapers, but city officials say there's not much they can do unless they catch the culprits in the act. The diapers first began to appear near the Cameo Highlands neighborhood in early summer, one resident said. She asked her name not be published for fear of retaliation. "I don't want them to Google me and leave poopy diapers at my house," she said. "It's been probably eight months since I first noticed them," the woman said.
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By Amy Senk | January 28, 2012
Five Crowns' longtime marketing manager Margo Brask will retire on Feb. 2 — 46 years after she began working at the Corona del Mar restaurant as a server in between college classes. "This was the place in Corona del Mar to work," Brask said. "We were the only thing in town, and every night was busy, busy, busy. " When Brask was hired in 1966, she recalls having three weeks of extensive training in order to manage the tableside flambés, carving of lamb and salad preparations.
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By Amy Senk | April 14, 2012
Newport Beach Mayor Nancy Gardner read to a group of about 20 toddlers, preschoolers and babies Wednesday morning at the Corona del Mar library branch as part of a celebration of National Library Week. She discussed favorite animals and the importance of wearing rain boots before jumping in mud puddles with the children, who called out answers and appeared entirely engaged in the conversation. Gardner then read three books, including "Homer the Library Cat" and sang several songs with the children, including the ABC song and the Hokey Pokey.
NEWS
April 28, 2012
For about 30 minutes Wednesday morning, many Corona del Mar residents were focused on Upper Buck Gully, watching as a helicopter picked up and moved into place four metal bridges that are part of a new trail project's final components. The bridges were fabricated offsite and delivered Monday to a lookout parking lot of Canyon Watch Park on San Joaquin Hills Road. About 9 a.m., the helicopter flew in to begin the installation process. In Harbor View Hills South, Spyglass and other neighborhoods, residents stood in their backyards, watching the helicopter fly back and forth to set the bridges on waiting footings that were built late last year.
NEWS
By Amy Senk | September 25, 2010
Imagine driving down MacArthur Boulevard toward Coast Highway and seeing a quaint row of outdoor cafes with fountains and landscaping — and not a snarl of traffic as three lanes squeeze to two on the way into town. "This would be a beautiful entrance," said Bernie Svalstad, chairman of the Corona del Mar Business Improvement District advisory board. "This is one of the main entrances to Newport Beach as well as to Corona del Mar. This could have a big impact. " Plans for "Restaurant Row" have been under consideration for years as part of the BID's ongoing beautification and vision plan for Corona del Mar, which dates back to 1999 and was revised in 2004.
NEWS
May 28, 2011
About a dozen Corona del Mar residents attended Monday's monthly meeting of the Newport Beach Aviation Committee and expressed concern over increased noise. Corona del Mar Residents Assn. President Karen Tringali said she has received 13 pages of e-mails from concerned residents. "Many of us have observed planes that appear to be on a more diagonal path," she told the committee. "Last Thursday, one appeared to fly over the clock tower at Marguerite and Coast Highway. " Commercial planes leaving John Wayne Airport in March began using the so-called STREL flight path, which takes planes over the Back Bay to a turnaround point over the ocean.
NEWS
By Amy Senk | January 29, 2011
A Newport Beach City Council study session on traffic-calming measures touched briefly on two areas of Corona del Mar — Bayside Drive and Coast Highway, near the Cameo neighborhoods. The Tuesday study session took a look at citywide traffic-calming measures, but the Corona del Mar issues will be discussed again in future meetings, city officials said. Councilman Ed Selich complained of speeders along Bayside, and other council members discussed a recent speed survey that resulted in an increase to 45 mph of the stretch of Coast Highway between the Cameo neighborhoods and Poppy Avenue.
NEWS
By Amy Senk | December 17, 2011
Store honors owner's wife For 20 years, Corona del Mar's Concept Studio has reflected seasons and holidays with ever-changing lush displays incorporating greenery and apples, lemons and sunflowers. This year, the Christmas decorations at the shop at 2720 E. Coast Hwy. pay tribute to the woman described as the genius behind the beauty, Karen Goddard, who died Sept. 22. "My wife was very positive, very creative, very energetic," said Concept Studio owner Richard Goddard.
NEWS
March 12, 2011
The AERIE applicant stopped a Coastal Commission hearing Wednesday, moments before a vote, asking for a continuance in order to find out exactly what will be needed to gain approval for the Corona del Mar condominium project. "We need some specifics," said David Nish, a representative for Richard Julian, the AERIE developer. "We would like to ask for a continuance. " The hearing had lasted about 90 minutes, with several members of the public speaking in support and in opposition of the plans, which would replace a 60-year-old apartment building with a seven-unit condominium complex at the corner of Ocean Boulevard and Carnation Avenue.
NEWS
August 21, 2010
A set of Corona del Mar triplets who are frequently seen about town in matching outfits with matching long blonde hair are the stars of a runaway hit "Swagger Wagon" series of advertisements. Sienna, Jaden and Tegan Brown, 4 1/2 years old, star in the Toyota spots that have gone viral with more than 5 million views on one YouTube clip. That clip features a suburban family of four, the parents rapping about parenthood and the joys of owning the Sienna minivan. The music video is a black-and-white clip that's a cross between Flight of the Conchord's "Hiphop-Potamus" and the television hit show "Modern Family.
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