Our town: San Clemente
June 26, 2015 - storage organizer
MEDITERRANEAN EATERY TO REPLACE ZONA’S
Bay Leaf, a Mediterranean grill with cuisine imagining from countries like Spain, Italy, Greece and Morocco, is scheming to open in Jul in a building before assigned by Zona’s Italian American Restaurant.
Zona’s, located during 647 Camino De Los Mares in a same piazza as San Clemente’s Krikorian film theater, sealed in March.
Former owners Richard Zona sole a craving to Vince Bevany, who will also act as ubiquitous manager of a new restaurant, and a second co-owner.
Bay Leaf will offer a lunch and cooking menu with seafood, tapas, lamb chops, pastas, falafel, hummus and other Mediterranean food prepared by conduct cook Nick Vahdati.
PANEL SUPPORTS CHANGES FOR BRIDGE
Public complaints about musical petrify “topknots” that Caltrans skeleton to implement atop a new I-5 overpass over Avenida Pico are call a city to take a uninformed look.
City formulation commissioners final week voted 5-2 to support a change to a stream design, while not suggesting what kind of change. Caltrans has given a city dual months to contention a endorsed change for a state organisation to consider. Widening of a overpass already is underway.
THEFT SUSPECT BACK IN CUSTODY
A male who transient while being arrested by rangers Jun 15 during San Clemente State Beach was apprehended by San Clemente Sheriff’s deputies 5 days later, authorities say.
Jeffery Webster, 32, of different residency, was held perplexing to mangle into a business on Jun 20 along a 100 retard of Avenida Vaquero, Investigator Trey Hunt said.
Deputy Mary Hudson took Webster into control and a Sheriff’s Department handed him over to state authorities, Hunt said. A lady who was with Webster was cited for drug paraphernalia.
The Jun 15 shun had led to a large-scale hunt of a south finish of San Clemente, during that Concordia Elementary School was suggested to preserve students in place, Hunt said.
ART EXHIBIT AT SURF HERITAGE MUSEUM
An art vaunt patrician “This is Not Surf Art” opens Saturday during a Surfing Heritage Culture Center, 110 Calle Iglesia, San Clemente.
An opening-night artists’ accepting from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. will embody music, appetizers and a no-host bar, ubiquitous acknowledgment $5. Information: 949-388-0313, ext. 3.
SAN CLEMENTE APPOINTS PANELISTS
Here’s a new lineup that a City Council has allocated to two-year terms on city commissions and committees starting Wednesday. The legislature interviewed field and named appointees during dual meetings final week.
Golf Course Committee: Nick Azzolini, Rick Divel, Parker Steel, Dick Veale.
Coastal Advisory Committee: Brian Haskins, Joseph Zidron.
Planning Commission: Michael Blackwell, Barton Crandell, Wayne Eggleston, Zhen Wu.
Investment Advisory Committee: Joe Anderson, Art Carter.
Human Affairs Committee: Patricia Drown, Pat Pinto, Marta Smith, Nancy Sutherland.
Beaches, Parks and Recreation Commission: John Bandaruk, Nicholas Gates, Tim Shaw, John Dorey.
In further a legislature reappointed Patricia Holloway as city nominee to a Friends of a Reserve Commission, a three-year term.
JULY 4 GATHERING FOR MILITARY
Marines and their families are invited to a Jul Fourth potluck during Park Semper Fi – San Clemente’s Marine Monument on a geography unaware a pier.
Seating is singular to 150 people. Bring a potluck dish. The potluck starts during 5 p.m. and continues by a city’s 9 p.m. fireworks show.
There is no charge, though tickets are required. Contact Wayne Eggleston, organizer of a event, during 949-498-4958 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eggleston reported progressing this week that about 30 seats already had been reserved.
UPGRADES in works FOR AVENIDA LA PATA
A widen of Avenida La Pata from Via Onda to San Clemente’s dog park will get a $700,000 repaving that will embody a new striping pattern for a prolonged territory of a street.
Most of a territory from Pico to a dog park during Calle Extremo will be restriped to emanate narrower trade lanes with buffered bicycle lanes, a city staff news said. The widen from Pico to Via Onda will be restriped to compare a stream configuration.
Work could start this summer, Senior polite operative Ben Parker said.
CORAL THRIFT GIVES RECORD SCHOLARSHIPS
To applaud 50 years of charity, San Clemente’s Coral Thrift Shop set a idea of giving $50,000 in scholarships this year to area high propagandize seniors.
Twenty-five scholarships of $2,000 any are going to students from 3 high schools.
The prior record was final year, $42,000 in scholarships.
This year’s recipients:
Dana Hills High School: Taylor Carter, Alex Diaz, Bryana Koontz.
San Juan Hills High School: Alexis Espinosa, Bella Lopez. Cinthia Muniz, Brianna Ramirez.
San Clemente High School: Kaleigh Anderson, Kinsley Anderson, Heidi Barragan, Jolee Cobb, Tatiana Delgadillo, Malaika Donaldson, Lesly Hernandez, Jessica Kanehl, Phalan Klein, Delaney Knappert, Liam McVicor, Mildred Mendez, Eva Muniz, Maria Ramirez, Shelby Thompson, Summer Thompson, Sean Topping, W. Vigil
Besides lifting income for scholarships, Coral Thrift donates $20,000 annually to a Boys Girls Club of a South Coast Area while also ancillary Ocean in Motion, AVID and other girl programs in South County.
A organisation of mothers non-stop a preservation emporium in 1964 to support internal youth. Through a decades, a all-volunteer classification has donated some-more than $2 million.
Coral is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday by Saturday during 534 N. El Camino Real, San Clemente, Donations and volunteers are welcomed. Information: 949-492-2385.
GOLF PRO AWARDED NEW CONTRACT
Dave Cook, who has operated a Municipal Golf Club’s pro emporium given 1981, is removing a new five-year benefaction contract.
The City Council authorized it Jun 16. Cook, whose family has operated a emporium given 1966, pronounced he is happy operative during a march and isn’t prepared to retire.
CLASS OF 1965 REUNION TICKETS
Organizers of a Class of 1965’s 50-year San Clemente High School reunion are seeking classmates not wait to a final notation to buy their $50 ticket.
The reunion is from 4 to 10 p.m. Aug. 2 during Adele’s during a San Clemente Inn. Organizer Kim Streit pronounced adequate alumni paid to safeguard a celebration is a go, though many seem to be holding off to safeguard that conditions will concede them to attend. She pronounced Joyce Hoffman, treasurer, needs all a income in palm by Jul 30.
Make checks payable to Joyce Hoffman and mail to her during 28411 San Juan Creek Road, San Juan Capistrano, 92675. Information: Barry Berg during 949-922-7382.
EDISON TO HOLD DECOMMISSIONING FAIR
After holding San Onofre decommissioning workshops in San Clemente, Oceanside and San Juan Capistrano, Southern California Edison skeleton to reason a Laguna Hills from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Jul 9.
It’s a giveaway eventuality featuring an interactive vaunt about Edison’s newly-retired chief energy plant and a routine of decommissioning, including storage of used chief fuel.
The Decommissioning Education Fair will be during Laguna Hills Community Center, 25555 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills.