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Orange County Sheriff's Department, CA

OC Sheriff Sandra Hutchens’ Statement on Parkland Shooting

SANTA ANA, Ca. (Feb. 15, 2018) - Please see the statement from Sheriff Sandra Hutchens below the school shooting yesterday in Parkland, Fla.
“Tragedy can ripple fast through communities, stretching to every corner of the country and drawing us together to mourn and reflect. Today, we grieve for the 17 lives lost and the countless others affected by yesterday’s horrific shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
“Even when a devastating event happens thousands of miles away, it hits close to home for us all. This sentiment feels even truer when it involves the most vulnerable and innocent members of our communities – our children. A traumatic event such as this tests a community’s confidence in the safety of our neighborhoods and our collective ability to keep our children safe.
“Here in Orange County, California, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department remains vigilant and committed every day to protect the citizens we serve. It is a mission that relies, in part, on strong community partnerships. This week, parents may see an increased law enforcement presence at local schools. In an abundance of caution, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department has increased patrols near campuses in our jurisdiction. We implore you to stay vigilant and proactive. If you see something, no matter how seemingly minor, say something and report it to law enforcement.
“Yesterday’s mass shooting also serves as a somber reminder that we need to include and empower our children in this public safety mission. Talk to your children about reporting any kind of activity even hinting at the threat of violence, whether it’s a post on social media or a passing comment in the lunch room.
“Our thoughts, deepest condolences and prayers are with the victims, their families and all those impacted. We also keep the men and women of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office in mind as they diligently work toward delivering justice for the victims and their families.”

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Laguna Niguel Parks and Recreation

Have you voted for favorite Word of the Month art piece this month? Visit City Hall and vote today! Voting ends this Friday. #lnrec #wordofthemonth #leadership

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David Crouch
· July 24, 2014
Epic policy fail at the public pool. We showed today, 96 degrees out, so our boy could play in the pool while his brother wrapped up his camp. 4 bucks for the 9 year old to go in. My wife and I arecle...arly not going in the water, and stated so. Still, they wanr 4 more bucks each for us to sit and watch him OK... we won't watch; he's a very strong swimmer, and we will let him go in on his own... save 8 bucks. Nope. He has to be 10 for us to sign a waiver to let him go in alone, even if he's a lousy 10 year old swimmer. One of those monumentally small-minded, beuracracy fails, where no one even tries to think about the catch-22 stupidity of it, much less try to express
some intelligence in finding a less priggish solution. Pure, unadulterated mindlessness. Well done, rec dept.
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Laguna Bech
· December 16, 2014
I love you thanks
very nice of you for leaving me nice word
Laguna Niguel Senior Expo - October 2, 2015
Mayor Jerry McCloskey's 2015 Annual State of the City Address.
National Night Out in Laguna Niguel

City Hall, Crown Valley Park Offices, and Sea Country and Community Center will be closed on Monday, February 19 for Presidents' Day, and reopen on Tuesday, February 20.

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#PoochPark is closed this Friday for routine maintenance but Laguna Niguel has plenty of open space and trails to give your pooch the exercise it needs. Remember to keep your dog on a leash while on trails and at parks!

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Thank you to all that participated in the #WordoftheMonth Art contest this month. Now, we're inviting the public to come to City Hall and vote for your favorite art piece that represents the word "Leadership." Voting ends this Friday. It's also a good time to start thinking about next month's word - OPTIMISM. All artists are encouraged to start on the next art project and create a piece of work that showcases the word "Optimism."

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Learn a little more about Laguna Niguel City Manager Kristine Ridge in this interview with Ms. Ridge and the OC Register.

City Manager Kristine Ridge is bringing 24 years of experience with the city of Anaheim to Laguna Niguel, where she plans to focus on expanding the city’s economic base.

Check out our latest eNewsletter! Once again, Laguna Niguel is recognized as one of the safest cities in the U.S. Sign up for Spring programs and activities and we hope you can join us at next Thursday's #TrafficSafetyTownHall.

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Don't forget, #DinoEncounters starts tonight!

The Sea Country Senior and Community Center at 24602 Aliso Creek Road is hosting Dino Encounters, a family-friendly night of learning about dinosaurs, at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 9. Attendees can see…

Protect your identity and shred your confidential documents. The City and Laguna Niguel Police Services are once again hosting this free event this Saturday.

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Have you heard? "Moulton Niguel Water District launches new conservation initiative" - via OCRegister

Moulton Niguel Water District has launched a new initiative to save customers money via NatureScape, a new water conservation program focused on connecting customers with a local landscape expert w…

A message from #MayorElaineGennawey - "Laguna Niguel's Leaders Inspire By Example"

Presidents’ Day reminds me of the outstanding contributions made by leaders, not just presidents but leaders in all facets of our community. Laguna Niguel has a history of distinguished leaders, an…

Be aware of this latest scam targeting social services' clients.

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The City and Laguna Niguel Police Services are hosting a #TrafficSafetyTownHall and we want to hear from you! Share your observations and experiences, engage in meaningful discussions about traffic-related matters, and offer suggestions that would further enhance traffic safety. We look forward to seeing you!

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Just a reminder that the Traffic Safety Town Hall is next Thursday evening.

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OCSD Laguna Niguel Police Services

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