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The CotoBuzz Journal, May 2011 - Happy Mother's Day 

Its the Brand, Stupid!

 

Coto de Caza's Governance, Ignorant, Psychotic or ...?
Coto de Caza, CA - Since the Coto de Caza (CZ Master) board of directors continue to make boneheaded decisions, such as focusing on teenage vandalism, as opposed to grown-up 

Jazzing it Up with Guest Artist Benn Clatworthy
Mission Viejo, CA – The Saddleback Jazz Lab welcomes Guest Artist Benn Clatworthy on Monday, May 2nd at 7:00 pm in the McKinney Theatre. Born in England in 1955, saxophonist Benn Clatworthy has 

Coto de Caza

Community Events

Hammering around Laguna Woods Village - Curtis, Feldstein et al vindicated
Laguna Woods Village, CA – we are going to make the case that the April 16, 2011 United Mutual Press release supports the argument that Laguna Woods Village governance continues to hammer around the community

Coming together in RSM
An open letter to my friends and colleagues on the Rancho Santa Margarita City Council:Our wonderful city is facing the prospect of having to hold a special election to select a replacement for Council Member Thompson, who resigned last month, if an appointment is not made by the council be

Laguna Woods Village

Rancho Santa Margarita

Yashwant Balgiri Giri, Anesthesiologist charged with assaulting unconscious patients
The OCDA is seeking the public's help in identifying potential additional victimsRancho Santa Margarita, CA- - The Orange County District Attorney's (OCDA) Office has filed 

 

 

A way forward for the OC GOP - It's the Brand, Stupid!
A good brand clearly and succinctly states its value proposition, across all forces of influence, including age, gender, economic status and ethnicity, for example. This is one of the reasons why Coke i

 

 

 

 

Public Safety

Politics

Royal Discrimination in Monarch Beach HOA
Monarch Beach, CA - The problem began right around. 2010, when our newly elected president, Doug Kirk, chose to meet privately with Ryan Phillips of Compass Property Management, and in a closed meeting held without other board members' knowledge or 

Parasitic LAFCO at it again
Santa Paula and Limoneira officials today requested that LAFCO put off a vote on whether to annex East Area One to pave the way for a major housing and retail project on the eastern edge of the cit

Around HOAs

Parasitic Bureaucracies

 


 

 

 

 

Public Safety..  

 

 

Yashwant Balgiri Giri, Anesthesiologist charged with assaulting unconscious patients
The OCDA is seeking the public's help in identifying potential additional victimsRancho Santa Margarita, CA- - The Orange County District Attorney's (OCDA) Office has filed charges against Yashwant Balgiri Giri, an anesthesiologist for sexually assaulting two female patients while they were uncons

Cinco de No DUI in The OC
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – the Orange County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) announced extra patrols for today May 5, 2011 on time for the Cinco de Mayo celebrations. While “ Cinco de Mayo is a special opportunity to gather with friends and co-workers for chips, salsa and Margaritas, celebrating California’s rich cultural diversity. It is also a night when dangerous and often deadly outcomes occur because another impaired driver hits the road drunk,” states the OCSD announcement, adding that the Orange County Avoid the 38”DUI Task Force will be

 

Fire Captain John Hines, Charged in DUI Hit-and-run
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - John David Hines, a Long Beach Fire Department Captain has been charged with severely injuring a cyclist in a mid-day hit-and-run crash while driving with a blood alcohol level of .24 percent, three times the legal limit, according to the Orange County District Attorney's (OCDA)

Laguna Nigel Waters, OCSD Deputy pleads guilty to DUI & related crash
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Allan James Waters, an Orange County Sheriff's deputy pleaded guilty today for driving while under the influence of prescription drugs and crashing into and injuring a 78-year-old woman while off duty, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s (OCDA) office.

Scammed in Laguna Woods Village
Laguna Woods Village, CA -It was around 6:30 PM or 7, when I finished grocery shopping at Stater Brothers. I pulled out of the parking lot heading towards El Toro (exit by Starbucks). I waited until traffic was clear for me to make a right turn. As I started to turn, I heard a thud on my hood. I stopped immediately. A man had hit my hood with both arms and then I saw him throw himself down on the ground. He was carrying a skateboard under one arm.

LAPD deputy Convicted of Assault with firearm
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Sean Paul Delacerda, a deputy with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LASD) was convicted today of assaulting an ex-girlfriend with a firearm after accusing her of cheating and violently holding her against her will at gunpoint in her apartment, according to the Orange County District Attorneys (OCDA) office

Brown, the Butcher of Sacramento & Law Enforcement caught picking Joe's Pocket
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Wednesday, Sheriff Baca joined California's major law enforcement organizations backing the Brown, Butcher of Sacramento’s call for extending tax increases to pay for a new law that shifts responsibility for thousands of criminals from the state to local governments.

Brown and Law Enforcement Caught Picking Taxpayer's pockets
On Wednesday, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca joined California's major law enforcement organizations by backing Gov. Jerry Brown -- the Butcher of Sacramento -- in his call for extending tax increases to pay for a new law that shifts responsibility for thousands of criminals from the state to local governments.

 

 

 

 


 

 

Community/Art

 

 

   

 

 

Jazzing it Up with Guest Artist Benn Clatworthy
Mission Viejo, CA – The Saddleback Jazz Lab welcomes Guest Artist Benn Clatworthy on Monday, May 2nd at 7:00 pm in the McKinney Theatre. Born in England in 1955, saxophonist Benn Clatworthy has been a fixture in Los Angeles area clubs since 1980. He was originally heavily influenced by late-’50s John Coltrane, but would soften his tone and sometimes sound a little like Warne Marsh with touches of Sonny Rollins. He debuted on record in 1990, with his Discovery release Thanks Horace (which also features pianist Cecilia Coleman) and, in 1995, released While My Lady Sleeps on his own label (featuring Cedar Walton as a guest). What the critics say: “Sublime…” --Jazz Times; “A master player” – L.A. Weekly; “A truly majestic sound” – LA City Beat; “Impressive!” – All About Jazz; “He’s a player who’s found his own voice” – Cadence, “Gladiator of the sax” – Manchester Evening News

 

The Saddleback Forensics Team’s Gets Bronze on the Ø ρ π (Phi Rho P) Tournament
Mission Viejo, CA – The Saddleback College Forensics Team earned a sixth place Wyman Overall Sweepstakes Award and tied for fourth place for a Wyman Individual Events Sweepstakes Award at the 2011 Phi Rho Pi Tournament in Greenwich, Connecticut on April 8th-16th.

From Spain via Russia with Love- Solo Flamenco Guitar Concert with Grisha Goryachev
Mission Viejo, CA – The Department of Music at Saddleback College will present a solo flamenco guitar concert with Grisha Goryachev on Sunday, May 22nd at 7:30 pm in the McKinney Theatre. Grisha revives the tradition of solo flamenco guitar in a concert setting practiced by legendary flamenco masters such as Ramón Montoya, Sabicas and Paco de Lucía. A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, Grisha Goryachev is renowned for his extraordinary musical sensitivity and technical virtuosity in both classical and flamenco styles, and is praised by guitar luminaries Paco de Lucía, Christopher Parkening and Eliot Fisk. Grisha is delighted to present his music to audiences worldwide in intimate venues where he personally comes to those who cannot travel, schools and colleges, guitar festivals, and theater settings.

The Phantom of the Opera Come to Saddleback
 CotoBlogzzMission Viejo, CA – The Saddleback Symphony and College Choirs continue its tradition of presenting great works by performing the music of composer Andrew Lloyd Weber’s The Phantom of the Opera on May 14th and 15th in the McKinney Theatre. The Music Department at Saddleback College is pleased to present this beautiful production with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Charles Hart, additional lyrics by Richard Stilgoe, book by Richard Stilgoe and Andre Lloyd Webber, originally directed on Broadway by Harold Prince, original Broadway production by Cameron Mackintosh and “The Really Useful Group.”

Growing Your Business in Rancho Santa Margarita- Update
New free workshop added

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – How do you start a business in Rancho Santa Margarita? Better yet, how do you grow a business in Rancho Santa Margarita?

SJC Golf Tournament w/Coastal Mountain Youth Academy
San Juan Capistrano, CA - the San Juan Capistrano Chamber of Commerce is announcing the Golf Tournament with the Coastal Mountain Youth Academy at the San Juan Hills Golf Course Monday, May 16, 2011


 

 

AMERICAN CULTURAL DIVIDE

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Public Education

 

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Traditional Marriage

 

 

DOMA and The Three Branches of Government According to AG Holder

Today, March 06, 2011, 10 hours ago Go to full article

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Last week US Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) will no longer be defending the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in the lawsuits currently pending against it. - DOMA defines marriage in all federal laws as the union of a man and a woman, and protects the ability of states to not recognize same-sex marriages from other states, but now is under legal challenge.

 


 

 

Politics 

 

 

A way forward for the OC GOP - It's the Brand, Stupid!
A good brand clearly and succinctly states its value proposition, across all forces of influence, including age, gender, economic status and ethnicity, for example. This is one of the reasons why Coke is valued at over $60 billion

 

Hammering around Laguna Woods Village - Curtis, Feldstein et al vindicated
Laguna Woods Village, CA – we are going to make the case that the April 16, 2011 United Mutual Press release supports the argument that Laguna Woods Village governance continues to hammer around the community, that HOA Hero Mike Curtis has been vindicated and that Stanley Feldstein, the Ely’s and other community activists have been right all along

 

The Elephant in the Room - While the media left & right covered the Royal Wedding ad nauseam
The Elephant in the Room - While the media left & right covered the Royal Wedding ad nauseam, only the Hyphen-American media covered this event live - One more indication of why GOP will fail, at least in California, in 2012
Pope beatifies John Paul II before 1.5M faithfulBy NICOLE WINFIELD and VANESSA GERA, Associated Press – 2 hrs 47 mins agoVATICAN CITY – Pope Benedict XVI beatified Pope John Paul II before 1.5 million faithful in St. Peter's Square and surrounding streets Sunday, moving the beloved former pontiff one step closer to possible sainthood in one of the largest turnouts ever for a Vatican Mass.

 

The DeVore-Spitzer Debate Turns Into Monologue - Spitzer MIA, DeVore Lacks Substance
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - We were looking forward to a substantive debate between Mr. Chuck DeVore and Mr. Todd Spitzer as they attempt to make their case for a Third District Board of Supervisors seat in 2012. Given their collective experience in public service, the operative question is whether they have become part of the problem, or part of the solution. We are still looking.We publicly challenged both candidates to see whether they had any specific bold proposals - emphasis on bold, for what should be obvious reasons- for the fiscal tsunami facing the county, and to make sure they got the memo, we tried to reach them multiple times via their Facebook accounts, asking them to respond by no later than April 29, 2011 at 5:00 pm. Mr. DeVore was gracious enough to respond. We have yet to hear from Mr. Spitzer.

 

Poll says 10,000 flies could not be wrong- Those polled say they like horse manure
Sixty percent of voters want an election to vote on extension of temporary tax hikes – and 53 percent of voters say they back a combination of spending cuts and tax increases to balance the state’s daunting budget deficit – according to a Los Angeles Times/USC pollI got polled for this. It was a total push-poll!5 hours ago Alexandria

 

 

Coming together in RSM
An open letter to my friends and colleagues on the Rancho Santa Margarita City Council:Our wonderful city is facing the prospect of having to hold a special election to select a replacement for Council Member Thompson, who resigned last month, if an appointment is not made by the council before May 2nd. A special election would cost the city over $100,000 of taxpayers' dollars if a decision cannot be reached by the council to appoint a temporary replacement until the next regularly scheduled election. I believe this cost to the taxpayers is unnecessary.

 

Laguna's Third Mutual Roars Like a Cat
Laguna, Wood Village, CA - In a piece titled Laguna’s Foot is Finally in PCM’s Shoes – or is it Mouth? published in the CotoBuzz Journal on June 11, 2010, we describe the timid process that led the Third Mutual board of directors to file a lawsuit against its property management company PCM/ASSOC for breach of contract, fraud by concealment, breach of fiduciary duty, violations of the Unfair Practices Act Business

 

The DeVore-Spitzer Debate - a substantive debate
An interview of a different kindLet’s be clear: Orange County in general and the Third District specifically are fortunate to have Chuck DeVore and Todd Spitzer contend for a Third District Board of Supervisors seat in 2012. We cannot recall a time when Orange County residents were asked to choose a supervisor from two as qualified as Mr. DeVore and Mr. Spitzer Usually the selection criteria has come to the “devil you know,” or the “least worst.” In this case, pick the cream from the cream.Orange County cannot lose. Orange County will not lose, regardless of the outcome.

 

LT. Governor Gavin Newsom on a Junket ….err Texas fact-finding mission
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom and a delegation of California lawmakers will head to Texas next week on a two-day trip to examine how Texas has added 165,000 jobs during the past three years while California has lost 1.2 million jobs. When Brown, the Butcher of Sacramento was asked if Texas is a better place to do business, he emphatically responded, Hell no!

 

What is good for the LA Mayor is good for the
Sheriff Lee Baca’s giftsGIFTERS: From left to right, Arnold Schwar­zeneg­ger, Joseph Cavallo, El­li­ott Broidy and Steven Seagal. All gave gifts to Sheriff Lee Baca.Los Angeles County Sher­iff Lee Baca has ac­cep­ted gifts from ex­ec­ut­ives seek­ing his agency’s busi­ness, in­di­vidu­als who later re­ceived spe­cial treat­ment from him and even a pair of con­victed crim­in­als, ac­cord­ing to a Times re­view of dis­clos­ure re­cords. State law al­lows loc­al of­fi­cials to ac­cept presents with some re­stric­tions, and Baca's done so with gusto. Since be­com­ing sher­iff in 1998, he's ac­cep­ted more than $120,000 worth.

 

Brown, the Butcher of Sacramento & Law Enforcement caught picking Joe's Pocket
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Wednesday, Sheriff Baca joined California's major law enforcement organizations backing the Brown, Butcher of Sacramento’s call for extending tax increases to pay for a new law that shifts responsibility for thousands of criminals from the state to local governments.

 

Brown and Law Enforcement Caught Picking Taxpayer's pockets
On Wednesday, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca joined California's major law enforcement organizations by backing Gov. Jerry Brown -- the Butcher of Sacramento -- in his call for extending tax increases to pay for a new law that shifts responsibility for thousands of criminals from the state to local governments.

 

 

 

 


 

 

Parasitic Bureaucracies

 

 

 

Parasitic LAFCO at it again
Santa Paula and Limoneira officials today requested that LAFCO put off a vote on whether to annex East Area One to pave the way for a major housing and retail project on the eastern edge of the city.
 

CALIFORNIA GOVT. AGENCIES:AKA Parasitic Bureaucracies
1/3 of all state taxes collected in 2009 went to the payment of pensions.This is just one reason we have been warning about California 's Triple Threat for the last ten years: 1) California Government Agencies, Also Known as Parasitic Bureaucracies, 2) Unions and 3) LobbyistsWe continue to assert that California and the country need a Bureaucracy Realignment and Closure Initiative where 80% or more of these parasitic bureaucracies should be merged and or close - sort of like the military closure initiative.As is, these parasites' main objective is NOT the taxpayer, but self-

   

 

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General Interest

     

   

The 100K Read in Red
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - The CotoBuzz Journal has logged its 100,000 read in the Red County. The Red County positions itself as ...unlike any other publication, Red County provides comprehensive state and local political news and analysis, as well. And our hyper-local coverage is spreading quickly, county-by-county, across the nation.

 

 

SJC Golf Tournament w/Coastal Mountain Youth Academy
San Juan Capistrano, CA - the San Juan Capistrano Chamber of Commerce is announcing the Golf Tournament with the Coastal Mountain Youth Academy at the San Juan Hills Golf Course Monday, May 16, 2011

 

Growing Your Business in Rancho Santa Margarita- Update
New free workshop added

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – How do you start a business in Rancho Santa Margarita? Better yet, how do you grow a business in Rancho Santa Margarita?

 

Growing Your Business in Rancho Santa Margarita
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – How do you start a business in Rancho Santa Margarita? Better yet, how do you grow a business in Rancho Santa Margarita? If these and other business related questions are on your mind, then the RSM 2011 Business Growth Day (BGD) is just for you. As an added incentive, admission is free with light snacks and refreshments provided by local businesses. BGD is a production of the City of Rancho Santa Margarita and the City Economic Development Committee.

 

SJC Golf Tournament w/Coastal Mountain Youth Academy
San Juan Capistrano, CA - the San Juan Capistrano Chamber of Commerce is announcing the Golf Tournament with the Coastal Mountain Youth Academy at the San Juan Hills Golf Course Monday, May 16, 2011

 

Growing Your Business in Rancho Santa Margarita- Update
New free workshop added

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – How do you start a business in Rancho Santa Margarita? Better yet, how do you grow a business in Rancho Santa Margarita?

 


 

 

Around  HOAs

 

 

 

 

 

Hammering around Laguna Woods Village - Curtis, Feldstein et al vindicated
Laguna Woods Village, CA – we are going to make the case that the April 16, 2011 United Mutual Press release supports the argument that Laguna Woods Village governance continues to hammer around the community, that HOA Hero Mike Curtis has been vindicated and that Stanley Feldstein, the Ely’s and other community activists have been right all along

 

An Antique Royal Pain, its HOA Dress Code & Perry Mason for Supplier Management
Monarch Beach, CA – During last night’s Antigua HOA board meeting, the board of directors in attendance included Doug Kirk, Diane Capdevielle, Frank Arena, new member Castine Hauser and out-cast Jorge Cordero. In attendance was Tim Bennett of

Scammed in Laguna Woods Village
Laguna Woods Village, CA -It was around 6:30 PM or 7, when I finished grocery shopping at Stater Brothers. I pulled out of the parking lot heading towards El Toro (exit by Starbucks). I waited until traffic was clear for me to make a right turn. As I started to turn, I heard a thud on my hood. I stopped immediately. A man had hit my hood with both arms and then I saw him throw himself down on the ground. He was carrying a skateboard under one arm.

 

Royal Discrimination in Monarch Beach HOA
Monarch Beach, CA - The problem began right around. 2010, when our newly elected president, Doug Kirk, chose to meet privately with Ryan Phillips of Compass Property Management, and in a closed meeting held without other board members' knowledge or approval, solely signed a contract to hire Compass as our new management company.From that moment on, the Association has been in serious trouble. Mr. Kirk has quite an ego and a temper and if anyone goes against what he wants, then all 'hell' breaks loose. The police have been called out to our neighborhood many times due to his harassment of residents.

 

Laguna's Third Mutual Roars Like a Cat
Laguna, Wood Village, CA - In a piece titled Laguna’s Foot is Finally in PCM’s Shoes – or is it Mouth? published in the CotoBuzz Journal on June 11, 2010, we describe the timid process that led the Third Mutual board of directors to file a lawsuit against its property management company PCM/ASSOC for breach of contract, fraud by concealment, breach of fiduciary duty, violations of the Unfair Practices Act Business

Villa Appalling is a timely and critical expose of buying and living in deed-restricted communities. It contains road maps for boards of directors in recognizing their fiduciary duties and how to deal with management companies and "vendor vultures

 

 


 

 

 

LETTERS

   

 

 

Royal Discrimination in Monarch Beach HOA
Monarch Beach, CA - The problem began right around. 2010, when our newly elected president, Doug Kirk, chose to meet privately with Ryan Phillips of Compass Property Management, and in a closed meeting held without other board members' knowledge or approval, solely signed a contract to hire Compass as our new management company.From that moment on, the Association has been in serious trouble. Mr. Kirk has quite an ego and a temper and if anyone goes against what he wants, then all 'hell' breaks loose. The police have been called out to our neighborhood many times due to his harassment of residents.

 

Singled Out Before Not Being Singled Out- And How to Pick the Color of Your House in Your HOA
From: Nancy Muehling, Lincoln Lancaster Habitat For HumanityTo: Hub Hall Heights Home Owners AssociationDate: April 11, 2011We have been using Hardi-plank, a concrete board as exterior siding. This siding is carefully caulked and painted with high quality paint and the experience in the industry is that one can expect at least a 10 year life. We chose this product because it is a much better product than vinyl. It will wear well and stand up to the wear and tear of a hail storm. When you touch this siding it doesn't move. Often with the vinyl siding a repair cannot be matched. We use a 30 year shingle, Tamko, Weatherwood.

Scammed in Laguna Woods Village
Laguna Woods Village, CA -It was around 6:30 PM or 7, when I finished grocery shopping at Stater Brothers. I pulled out of the parking lot heading towards El Toro (exit by Starbucks). I waited until traffic was clear for me to make a right turn. As I started to turn, I heard a thud on my hood. I stopped immediately. A man had hit my hood with both arms and then I saw him throw himself down on the ground. He was carrying a skateboard under one arm.

 

Coto de Caza's Governance, Ignorant, Psychotic or ...?
Coto de Caza, CA - Since the Coto de Caza (CZ Master) board of directors continue to make boneheaded decisions, such as focusing on teenage vandalism, as opposed to grown-up crimes which have a direct impact on public safety, such as theft, fraud and or moving citations, or the more recent decision to propose extending the district delegate terms from one year to two, thereby consolidating its power base, instead of pursuing the more democratic, direct elections, we are wondering if the board ever got the memo – that is, is the board ignorant or psychotic?

The DeVore-Spitzer Debate – Surgery, or Increase Dosage?
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - Let’s be clear : Orange County in general and the Third District specifically are fortunate to have Chuck DeVore and Todd Spitzer contend for a Third District Board of Supervisors seat in 2012. We cannot recall a time when Orange County residents were asked to choose a supervisor from two as qualified as Mr. DeVore and Mr. Spitzer Usually the selection criteria has come to the “devil you know,” or the “least worst.” In this case, pick the cream from the cream.

Letter to HUD Re: Hub Hall Heights
Connie, I have just received a call from Nancy Muehling, director of Lincoln Habitat for Humanity. The good folks on the neighborhood association board in Hub Hall Heights, with whom I have had a few encounters, sent her a cease and desist request against a Habitat home in the neighborhood. In the letter, they claim that as Habitat did not file plans and specifications for review by the association that they are in covenant violation. I represent two builders active in the neighborhood who have completed 58 new construction homes therein. They have never been asked to file plans and specifications for review by the association.

Laguna Wood Third Mutual Capitulates - Settles Lawsuit with Property Management Company
Third Laguna Hills Mutual settling the lawsuit against PCM, Janet Price and Milt Johns for: (l) Breach of Contract. (2) Breach of Fiduciary Duty. (3) Intentional Concealment. (4) Violation of Business & Professional Code 17280. (5) Elder Abuse and (6) Negligence was very disturbing. The Homeowners of LeisurWorld/Laguna Woods Village deserve to know why and how Third Settled this suit. There are several questions which need to be answered:

 Coto Continues Course of Corruption (C4)
On behalf of the CotoBuzz Journal readers, I am requesting that the CZ Master Association and its legal counsel revisit the board’s latest decision to extend the district delegate’s term from one year to two years. An independent observer can readily see the move as yet another power grab attempt, when it should be doing the opposite: Work to hold direct elections, particularly now that the Coto is in Rancho Santa Margarita’s sphere of influence. Further, annexation of additional land simply means additional expenses to the community.  Look forward to hearing from you that sensible heads have prevailed

Scammed in Laguna Woods Village

Laguna Woods Village, CA -It was around 6:30 PM or 7, when I finished grocery shopping at Stater Brothers.  I pulled out of the parking lot heading towards El Toro (exit by Starbucks).  I waited until traffic was clear for me to make a right turn.  As I started to turn, I heard a thud on my hood.  I stopped immediately.  A man had hit my hood with both arms and then I saw him throw himself down on the ground.  He was carrying a skateboard under one arm.

 

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SJC Golf Tournament w/Coastal Mountain Youth Academy
San Juan Capistrano, CA - the San Juan Capistrano Chamber of Commerce is announcing the Golf Tournament with the Coastal Mountain Youth Academy at the San Juan Hills Golf Course Monday, May 16, 2011

 

Growing Your Business in Rancho Santa Margarita- Update
New free workshop added

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – How do you start a business in Rancho Santa Margarita? Better yet, how do you grow a business in Rancho Santa Margarita?

 

Growing Your Business in Rancho Santa Margarita
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – How do you start a business in Rancho Santa Margarita? Better yet, how do you grow a business in Rancho Santa Margarita? If these and other business related questions are on your mind, then the RSM 2011 Business Growth Day (BGD) is just for you. As an added incentive, admission is free with light snacks and refreshments provided by local businesses. BGD is a production of the City of Rancho Santa Margarita and the City Economic Development Committee.

 

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