Top of the World General Meeting this Sunday to feature City Manager Dave Kiff

The Top of the World Neighborhood Association (TOWNA) General Meeting will be held this Sunday, July 14 from 4-6 p.m. at the TOW Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room (21601 Treetop Lane). New Laguna Beach City Manager Dave Kiff will be the speaker at the meeting and answer questions of concern to the TOWNA board.

All Top of the World neighbors are invited. At the meeting, the members will vote on approving the TOWNA bylaw amendments proposed by the TOWNA board. Only paid TOWNA members can vote ($10 per household per year), however, dues can be paid at the General Meeting. For more information, visit the TOWNA website at

Kiff started as Laguna’s city manager on May 6. His work experience includes the California legislature, as well as several cities and counties, including 20 years working for the City of Newport Beach, with service for nine of those years as the city manager.

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Courtesy of City of Laguna Beach

Laguna Beach City Manager Dave Kiff

Concerns and issues to be addressed include the unpermitted open space grading by Southern California Edison; prosecution and penalties for deliberately setting fires; emergency evacuation via the gate to the fire road to Arch Beach Heights; fire detecting cameras; e-bikes in the open space; cameras to limit, identify and punish criminal activity; Park Avenue undergrounding between Wendt Terrace and St. Ann’s Drive; School District construction staging plan with all equipment and materials on site; Parking Fund use for additional Police and Fire Department positions; City police park rangers patrolling of Carolyn Wood Knoll; cancelled homeowners insurance; City building a community swimming pool; expanded Laguna Local service hours Monday through Thursday and the Park Avenue bike lane project.

The meeting is free and open to the public.

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