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  1. Irvine Ranch has a rare take on tiered water ratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Orange County Register

    One month after an appeals court affirmed that the city of San Juan Capistrano's punitive tiered water-pricing system violated the state Constitution, the county's largest water district is toughening its own tiered system to target water wasters. However, Irvine Ranch Water District officials say their tailored, use-based pricing is not only lawful but also more equitable than the flat rates many districts charge.

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  2. National Build-A-Bike event gives military kids new bikes for summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Wave

    Brad Tingey of Golden State Food Foundation and Tristan Cuellar work together to assemble Cuellar's bike during GSFF's national Build-A-Bike day at Zoomars Petting Zoo on May 13. Thirty-seven children from military families got to build and take home their own free bike on on May 13 at the third annual National Build-A-Bike event hosted by Golden State Foods at Zoomars Petting Zoo in San Juan Capistrano. Kids spent the morning between Zoomars' petting zoo and bike building.

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  3. Mariachi magic returns to MissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Wave

    Battle of the Mariachi logo at the 11th annual Battle of the Mariachis Festival held at Mission San Juan Capistrano. If you couldn't join this year's fiesta of mariachi music, dance and community spirit, take my humble advice and plan to attend next year.

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  4. Around Town San Juan CapistranoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Capistrano Valley News

    National Charity League President Shawn Sylvia, left, joins Capistrano Coast's incoming President Rina Benrubi, President Eileen Vansell, President-elect Jennifer Wyckoff and Policies Chairwoman Shelly Toole at the organization's national conference in Seattle. The Capistrano Coast Chapter of the National Charity League was awarded the Outstanding Chartered Chapter of 2015 at the organization's national conference in Seattle on April 24. National President Shawn Sylvia presented the award to chapter President Eileen Vansell.

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  5. San Clemente to Caltrans: 'De-decorate our bridge'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | The Wave

    San Clemente residents are excited about getting a new, wider I-5 bridge over Avenida Pico, but there are rumblings about eight ornaments that Caltrans plans to place on top. The bridge is being widened from eight to 10 traffic lanes as part of a $230 million expansion of the I-5 Freeway between San Juan Capistrano and San Clemente.

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  6. San Juan student debates in national tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | The Wave

    San Juan Capistrano student Manoah Marton helped Concordia University Irvine earn the top title at the National Parliamentary Debate Association's Championship Tournament. Concordia University earned 64 points, beating runner-up Washburn University with 58 points.

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  7. May 14: Crime in San Juan Capistrano neighborhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | The Wave

    See a map of all crime calls in the city in the past 24 hours by visiting ocregister.com/capo .

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  8. Send us your travel photosRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | The Wave

    Karen Halbrook and San Juan Capistrano resident Robert L. Manniello, an occasional columnist for the Capistrano Valley News, on the porch of the Carleton House bed and breakfast that Karen and her husband, Steve, own and run in Bonham, Texas. Bonham was the home of the late Sam Rayburn who served as the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives for 17 years.

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  9. Jumping into what Scouting has to offerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | RSM News

    An extreme sports demonstration, a dunk tank and a Ferris wheel were among the activities available at Saturday's Scout-O-Rama at Oak Canyon Park. The event, hosted by the Orange County Council, Boy Scouts of America, offered more than 250 exhibits, games and live demonstrations showcasing what Scouting has to offer.

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  10. 840 homesites take shape in SJCRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 10 | The Wave

    Road graders are rolling. Construction workers are laying water pipes into trenches.

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  11. San Clemente High parents ask Capistrano superintendent for principal's reinstatementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | The Wave

    Parents upset over the dismissal of popular San Clemente High School Principal Michael Halt vented their anger Friday at the Capistrano Unified School District, with some calling for his reinstatement and an apology from the district. More than 100 people, some wearing "I Like Mike" buttons or carrying placards, turned out at Cafe Calypso to confront Superintendent Kirsten Vital, guest speaker at a "beachside chat" hosted by the San Clemente Times.

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  12. San Juan Capistrano backs off request for court to rehear tiered water rates caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Anaheim Hills News

    San Juan Capistrano leaders want to cancel their request that an appeals court reconsider its ruling against the city's tiered water rates system, saying their lawyer went too far. The City Council voted Friday to withdraw the petition for rehearing filed Tuesday by Michael Colantuono in the 4th District Court of Appeal.

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  13. San Juan Hills to hire new coach soonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | The Wave

    San Juan Hills is seeking a replacement for Kelly Hambrick, who, after seven seasons, announced his resignation as the school's boys varsity basketball coach April 23. San Juan Hills Co-Athletic Director Armando Gonzalez said Friday he expects the school to hire a new boys basketball coach within the next couple of weeks. Gonzalez said the school has narrowed the candidates down to two, and will conduct interviews next week.

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  14. Measure T might strain search for Brea city managerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Star-Progress

    The Brea City Council is discussing the hiring of a new city manager to replace the administrator who will retire in July. The city is prepared to jump some hurdles when it comes to recruiting due to a law that limits how much the city can pay.

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  15. LET dates KNOW the waves WILL always winRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | The Wave

    I read where Kelly Slater lost out early in the big professional contest held at Trestles recently. Do you think he has one last championship run in him? A. At 43 years old and with 11 World Championships under his belt, you would think the dude would be content to meander out to pasture with the rest of us old geezer has-beens; oops ... I mean retire with honor as surf warriors.

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  16. I-5 drivers going with flow as reroutes, demolition continueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | The Wave

    Drivers passing through San Clemente appear to be adjusting well to a realigned eight-lane freeway and partial demolition of an I-5 bridge over Avenida Pico, authorities say. Caltrans rerouted eight lanes of traffic from one side of the freeway to the other last week, and it didn't seem to affect traffic flow, the Orange County Transportation Authority reported.

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  17. Garden tour offers rosy viewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Saddleback Valley News

    Rosarian Dawn Saunders, 58, of Laguna Hills demonstrates proper rose pruning techniques at a recent event. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the garden tour.

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  18. San Juan Capistrano asks court to reconsider tiered water rates caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | The Orange County Register

    In a 30-page request for a rehearing filed Tuesday, attorney Michael Colantuono argues the court's decision didn't properly address case law he believes supports his stance that the punitive pricing system is not subject to Proposition 218, which mandates government fees be based on the cost of service and not arbitrarily inflated. "Nothing in the legislative history of Proposition 218 suggests voters intended to treat consumption within reasonable allocations and objectively excessive water use alike as property related services," Colantuono writes.

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  19. May 7: Crime in San Juan Capistrano neighborhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | Capistrano Valley News

    See a map of all crime calls in the city in the past 24 hours by visiting ocregister.com/capo . The blotter is compiled by Joseph Espiritu.

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  20. I-5 overnight road closures, dirt-hauling to beginRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | The Wave

    People driving through San Clemente this week at night on I-5 can expect to see lane restrictions and dirt-hauling trucks. For about a five-night period, possibly starting Wednesday night, trucks will be moving dirt excavated from the banks of a freeway-widening project in San Clemente to Prima Deshecha Landfill, via Ortega Highway, OC Public Works announced.

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