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By: | August 11, 2005
Church has simply become too big I have lived in the Harbor Highlands and Dover Shores area of Newport Beach since 1975. I once taught at Newport Harbor High School and have attended church services and musical concerts at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. I am opposed to the proposed expansion of St. Andrew's even though my own neighborhood would not be affected. The church is simply a victim of its own success. I feel it has become too big for its site.
NEWS
By: | September 25, 2005
EDUCATION Campaigners for Measure F begin calling voters The campaign for Measure F -- the $282-million school renovation bond that supporters have hopefully dubbed "Measure Future" -- kicked off Tuesday evening in a slim office space on Newport Boulevard. Only six people came to call registered voters, but campaign chairman Mark Buchanan said he expects the office to fill in coming weeks. College Park Elementary School Principal Pat Insley and Andersen Elementary School Principal Mary Manos were among the group Tuesday.
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June 16, 2001
WARMINGTON -- BANTA Mr. and Mrs. David D. Banta of Glendale and Newport Beach announce the engagement of their son, Michael Beale Banta, to Sara Joyce Warmington of Newport Beach. Michael is a graduate of Glendale High School and Redlands University, with a degree in psychology. He resides in Newport Beach, and is a portfolio manager and partner in the Banta Portfolio Management Group of Salomon Smith Barney in Newport Beach and Glendale. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Newport Harbor High School and Stanford University, with a degree in economics.
NEWS
By: | August 3, 2005
Francis and Janice Sullivan of Newport Beach recently celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary. The couple lived across the street from each other growing up, and Francis used to walk Janice to high school every day. After being friends for several years, they began dating and eventually got married. They have lived in Newport almost 30 years. Navy Ensign Joseph P. Snelgrove, son of Jo Anne and John E. Snelgrove of Newport Beach, recently graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., and was commissioned to his current rank in the United States Navy.
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By: | August 6, 2005
Dutton-Reimund Robert and Judi Dutton of Newport Beach are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Darci Rene Dutton of Palo Alto to Todd Edward Reimund of Palo Alto. The bride-elect graduated from the University of Southern California and earned her master's degree at the University of Colorado in Boulder. The future bridegroom, son of Charles and Jane Reimund of Irvine, graduated from Cornell University. An Oct. 15 wedding is planned at Auberge du Soleil in Napa.
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By: | August 24, 2005
After graduating magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., with a bachelor's degree in international affairs, Bradley Leimkuhler of Newport Coast now attends Columbia University Law School in New York City. Debra Marsteller was recently selected as the executive director of Project Independence, a Costa Mesa-based organization that serves more than 500 people with developmental disabilities. Marsteller has a bachelor's degree, a teaching credential in special education, and a master's degree in post-secondary education.
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By: | August 28, 2005
Throughout her years in Newport Beach, Sandra O'Connell lived the sporting life. She was an accomplished youth gymnast and a renowned sailor as an adult. O'Connell was the first woman to be named youth activities sailing instructor for the city of Newport Beach. "She was a natural athlete -- you put her in any given sport and she'd be able to do it," said O'Connell's sister, Katherine Watson. O'Connell died Aug. 10 after a long battle with cancer.
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By: | August 11, 2005
My husband and I and our son have been living in Newport Heights since 1970. When we moved here, St. Andrew's was a neighborhood church. Then in 1982 that City Council saw fit to make an amendment to the city's general plan in order to accommodate the growth of St. Andrew's. That allowed the "neighborhood" church to grow to be a "regional" church. Now this church is again asking our City Council to amend the general plan on its behalf -- this would allow them to become a "mega-church."
NEWS
By: Lindsay Sandham | August 8, 2005
The long-simmering dispute between St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church and its neighbors appears to be heating up. More than 100 residents of Cliffhaven and Newport Heights gathered Sunday morning in front of the church and across the street at Newport Harbor High School -- where the churchgoers park for services --to demonstrate against the church's proposed expansion. Carrying signs that read "Please! No Expansion!" and "You're already bigger than Home Depot," protesters picketed the church for more than two hours.
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By: STEVE SMITH | August 10, 2005
It could have been easy to turn my back on the people who were asking for my help. They live in Newport Beach, and all of Newport Beach -- or so it seemed -- was ready to tar and feather me for my failure to support an airport at El Toro. Since I have no evidence that any of the current crop of Newporters was among those who voiced their disgust, and since I wasn't ready to start a guilt-by-association war, I have to just let it go. Not that it would have mattered.
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By: | September 25, 2005
EDUCATION Campaigners for Measure F begin calling voters The campaign for Measure F -- the $282-million school renovation bond that supporters have hopefully dubbed "Measure Future" -- kicked off Tuesday evening in a slim office space on Newport Boulevard. Only six people came to call registered voters, but campaign chairman Mark Buchanan said he expects the office to fill in coming weeks. College Park Elementary School Principal Pat Insley and Andersen Elementary School Principal Mary Manos were among the group Tuesday.
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By: Michael Miller | September 3, 2005
The old campus hall, which once stood as the center of life at Newport Harbor High School, now appears almost tomblike, with debris scattered across the floor and the meager light through windows leaving some corridors almost pitch dark. The theater in back, once the main performing arts complex in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District, has sat empty for more than two years, its exit signs still glowing and its electricity in service. The clock tower, for 75 years a symbol of Sailor pride, still looks over 15th Street, but the concrete inside has decayed to the point that a visitor could peel it off the walls.
NEWS
By: | August 28, 2005
Throughout her years in Newport Beach, Sandra O'Connell lived the sporting life. She was an accomplished youth gymnast and a renowned sailor as an adult. O'Connell was the first woman to be named youth activities sailing instructor for the city of Newport Beach. "She was a natural athlete -- you put her in any given sport and she'd be able to do it," said O'Connell's sister, Katherine Watson. O'Connell died Aug. 10 after a long battle with cancer.
NEWS
By: | August 24, 2005
After graduating magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., with a bachelor's degree in international affairs, Bradley Leimkuhler of Newport Coast now attends Columbia University Law School in New York City. Debra Marsteller was recently selected as the executive director of Project Independence, a Costa Mesa-based organization that serves more than 500 people with developmental disabilities. Marsteller has a bachelor's degree, a teaching credential in special education, and a master's degree in post-secondary education.
NEWS
By: | August 11, 2005
Church has simply become too big I have lived in the Harbor Highlands and Dover Shores area of Newport Beach since 1975. I once taught at Newport Harbor High School and have attended church services and musical concerts at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. I am opposed to the proposed expansion of St. Andrew's even though my own neighborhood would not be affected. The church is simply a victim of its own success. I feel it has become too big for its site.
NEWS
By: | August 11, 2005
My husband and I and our son have been living in Newport Heights since 1970. When we moved here, St. Andrew's was a neighborhood church. Then in 1982 that City Council saw fit to make an amendment to the city's general plan in order to accommodate the growth of St. Andrew's. That allowed the "neighborhood" church to grow to be a "regional" church. Now this church is again asking our City Council to amend the general plan on its behalf -- this would allow them to become a "mega-church."
NEWS
By: STEVE SMITH | August 10, 2005
It could have been easy to turn my back on the people who were asking for my help. They live in Newport Beach, and all of Newport Beach -- or so it seemed -- was ready to tar and feather me for my failure to support an airport at El Toro. Since I have no evidence that any of the current crop of Newporters was among those who voiced their disgust, and since I wasn't ready to start a guilt-by-association war, I have to just let it go. Not that it would have mattered.
NEWS
By: Alicia Robinson | August 9, 2005
o7 EDITOR'S NOTE: Over the next several days, the Daily Pilot will take a closer look at the controversy surrounding expansion plans at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. We will explore the plans, the people involved and the history that has two parts of the community divided so dramatically. f7 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church officials have waited 2 1/2 years to find out if they can expand their facilities for the first time since 1982. The answer could come Thursday, when the Newport Beach City Council takes up the church's proposal for the second time.
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By: Lindsay Sandham | August 8, 2005
The long-simmering dispute between St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church and its neighbors appears to be heating up. More than 100 residents of Cliffhaven and Newport Heights gathered Sunday morning in front of the church and across the street at Newport Harbor High School -- where the churchgoers park for services --to demonstrate against the church's proposed expansion. Carrying signs that read "Please! No Expansion!" and "You're already bigger than Home Depot," protesters picketed the church for more than two hours.
NEWS
By: | August 6, 2005
Dutton-Reimund Robert and Judi Dutton of Newport Beach are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Darci Rene Dutton of Palo Alto to Todd Edward Reimund of Palo Alto. The bride-elect graduated from the University of Southern California and earned her master's degree at the University of Colorado in Boulder. The future bridegroom, son of Charles and Jane Reimund of Irvine, graduated from Cornell University. An Oct. 15 wedding is planned at Auberge du Soleil in Napa.
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