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Aliso Viejo News (Newspaper) - May 21, 2015, Aliso Viejo, California Z j the news thursday May 212gi5 three things to of this Rumm ii Rnjak Jib i networking breakfast celebrate the Laguna Niguel chamber i of Commerce s 33rd anniversary 7 159 . Friday at Al Niguel country club 23700 club House drive. Cost $21 $16 for chamber members. Information 949-363-0136 and . Z author John Gobbell the former Navy lieutenant will talk about his latest naval historical fiction novel Quot Edge of valor Quot 2-3 . Sunday at the Laguna Niguel Library 30341 Crown Valley Parkway. Cost free. Information 949-249-5252. Encounters with nature paintings by artist Gerry Tuten of Villanova pa., Are on display from 9 . To 5 . Monday through Friday through aug. 28, in the founders Hall Art gallery second floor at Soka University i University drive in Aliso Viejo. Tuten s paintings Over the last two decades reflect encounters with the world and Quot reflect the Joy of being in Cost free. Information 949-480-4000 and . Historically speaking go do Complete listings Page 11 Send us your travel photos whether you re t Raveling abroad or visit i tig family in another state wed love to see photos of your trip. When you travel take along a copy of your Community paper and have someone snap a picture of you holding it. Of you re standing in front of a Monument landmark or some other interesting site Tell us about it. Email the photo names of people in it City you live in and information about where you travelled to James n . Please put a where in the world in the subject line then be sure to look for your photo in the paper and online at by clicking on your City. Water woes present now and then see that House up on till Knoll you re looking at the site of today Sel Toro Library at Eltoro and Raymond in Lake Forest minus the Knoll which was levelled before construction. Next door is the future site of the or Chard at Saddleback 1 shopping Janet Center a Whitcomb prop Ria t he contributing n j us columnist named cause Orchards used to dominate the area. In fact that Man and team of horses Are prepping the soil for what will become the first of Many Orchards. Its 1894, and just last year retired ship Captain George Huddy purchased this particular tract from Developer Dwight Whiting. Now Huddy is having the Earth turned so it can bt1 set to Apricot Walnut peach and Apple t Recs. There a trouble ahead however because Aliso Valley eventually to be known As Saddleback Valley is generally devoid of water. Sure a number of creeks run Thianich the area. And every rancher has at least one hand dug w Ell. File photo Early . Farmers were warned that the creeks dry out in the summer in present Day Saddleback Valley. Hut the creeks in out in the summer. And Well water Isnit exactly abundant either. The Bottom line any agricultural Enterprise will need to rely on a Phenomena known As dry farming hoping for rain but making do with drought. Huddy and others have been sold on the idea of becoming gentlemen fruit Farmers. But the concept is largely experimental. By the time of his first Harvest buddy s Apple and Walnut Groves will each yield a ton of fruit and his 220 peach Trees to tons of fruit. Soon enough however Huddy will find that Only Apricot Trees thrive without regular irrigation. And oranges the areas most famous crop is still a couple of decades away. It Aliso Viejo news staff news City editor Elysse James 949-366-9473 reporter Chris Yee 626-233-98241 Cree of reporter Kelly Zhou 714-796-2212 sports reporter Mark Garcia 714-796-2247 Maarcia of Register com team Leader Mark Evans advertising sales manager local retail Patricia theall 714-796-2321 published thursdays by the Register 625 n grand ave., Santa Ana Ca 92701 thi Orante him Register won t by until 1920, when newly developed machinery can Drill latter Wells that Citrus will let Egin to replace apricots. Then in August 19 52, a breakthrough the arrival of water piped in from the metropolitan water District of Southern California a now that this water is arriving it is almost unbelievable that we finally have seen our dreams realized a announces George h. Veeh president of t Heel Toro water District. Still he adds a warning. A with the arrival of water for local farming the spectre of Homes covering the area is looming up Large every the Issue of water availability in the Saddleback Valley will continue in the next historically us anything by Keily Zhou How do i bring a problem to City Council officials Are open to hearing from residents. Q. I have a concern i d like to bring to the City Council. How do i get it onto the Agenda so i can be heard a. Call City clerk Eileen Gomez a office in Laguna Niguel at 949-862-4300 for More information or write a letter to mayor Lorn Mccloskey and the City Council. The email address is Council and the mailing address is 30111 Crown Valley Parkway Laguna Niguel 92677. The five member City Council meets at 7 . On the first and third tuesday of every month. In Aliso Viejo Contact the City clerk at 949-425-2506 or email Eity clerk . The mailing address is 12 journey suite too Aliso Viejo 92656. The Council meets at 7 . On the first and third wednesday of every month. Do you have a question for t he Laguna Niguel news or the Aliso Viejo news Send your question to James 0 with a ask us anything in the subject line. Hosted by the City of Laguna Niguel and police services identity theft and fraud remain the fastest growing crimes in America. Taking simple pro Active crime prevention Steps can greatly reduce your chances of becoming a victim. Properly discarding documents that contain vital personal residential or financial information is one of the most effective ways to safeguard yourself against identity theft and fraud. Saturday june 61 2015 7 00 am 12 00 pm or until trucks reach capacity Laguna Niguel City Hall 30111 Crown Valley Parkway this shredding event will give you the Opportunity to have confidential documents destroyed on site free of charge. Now is the time to safely discard unwanted vital paperwork including personal documents cancelled checks Billing statements paycheck stubs old tax records credit card offers amp statements medical paperwork Legal documents please remove notebooks folders binding clips or an Type of heavy Metal clasp before bringing your items to by shredded. There is no need to remove Staples or stand arc paper clips. Due to the capacity of the shredding trucks there will be a daily limit of to banker boxes plastic bags of paper bags per car Load. For More information please Call the shredding hotline at 949 362-4309 find us online website carpet one 27751 a a a la Road Laguna Niguel 949.831.1332 Mon Fri 8-5, sat 10-4, closed sunday contractors License #714638 your neighbourhood flooring store since 1957 locally owned and operated Facebook twitter Facebook Lna news twitter Lna news shred identity theft free document shredding event

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