October Newsletter

October 2022– 

Dear Friends,

The election is upon us! If you did not get your ballot yet, you should call the OC Registrar of Voters at 888-628-6837. You can register to vote at a Vote Center up until November 8. This month’s newsletter is a little light due to the fact that council doesn’t do much controversial before elections. 

NEW SUBSCRIBERS  We’ve had a lot of new subscribers, you can view old newsletters here: https://stephanieoddo.com/newsletter/ 

COVE PROJECT The city council will (tentatively) hear the Cove Project on November 15. I have already voiced my opposition for the project. One of my main concerns, besides safety (it is an old landslide site) is that the Niguel Summit Homeowner’s Association is responsible for any damages caused by developing the proposed property. If the developer builds, they should be responsible. 

VETERANS DAY EVENT Veterans! Thank you for your service to our country, I am the daughter of a proud army veteran. On November 11 the City of Laguna Niguel will have a ceremony in honor of Veteran’s Day at the Sea Country Sea Center from 11:00am-12:30pm. All are welcome! 

HOW TO VOTE You can vote 3 ways: via mail,  at one of the three drop boxes located at the Fire Station on Golden Lantern, Library or MetroLink Station or in person at a Vote Center. Laguna Niguel has four Vote Centers this year: Marina Hills Recreation Center, City Hall, Sea Country Senior Center, Church of Christ Scientist.

Here is the schedule for the Vote Centers:
Laguna Niguel City Hall
Opens October 29
30111 Crown Valley Pkwy
Corner of Alicia Pkwy

First Church of Christ, Scientist
Opens November 5
29012 Aloma Ave
Off Golden Lantern

Marina Hills Recreation Center
Opens November 5
31461 Parc Vista W
Off Marina Hills Dr

Sea Country Senior and Community Center
Opens November 5
24602 Aliso Creek Rd
Corner of Moulton Pkwy

Let’s Move Laguna Niguel Forward Together,