Laurie Davies, Candidate for L.N. City Council

The longtime resident says she plans to continue the current council's policies of financial responsibility and accountability.

General Information

Name : Ms. Laurie Ann Davies
Age : 50
Place of residence : Laguna Niguel



Attended college : Yes
College : California State University Long Beach
Degree : BA in Communications
Year of graduation : 1986

Grad school

Political Information

Party affiliation : Republican
Running for a: Local office
Running for position: Laguna Niguel City Council
Incumbent: NoParty HQ

Address 27762 Forbes Rd
Laguna Niguel

Campaign Manager

Name : Dennis DeSnoo


Website : daviesforlagunaniguel.com
Facebook : Laurie Davies for Laguna Niguel City Council

Other facts 

I pledge to continue the current council’s policies of financial responsibility and accountability. I will maintain a business friendly environment, preserve the quality of life in our wonderful community and will work to keep Laguna Niguel one of the safest cities in California.

Our neighborhoods must remain a secure place to enjoy life and raise children, with well maintained streets and the highest level of public safety.

Our parks, ball fields and recreation areas must be maintained, protected and preserved.

Our local businesses must be allowed to thrive so that they can bring in new revenue and jobs.

A fiscal conservative, I am endorsed by:

Congressman Dana Rohrabacher

State Senator Mimi Walters

State Assemblywoman Diane Harkey

Supervisor Pat Bates Fifth District

District Attorney Tony Rackauckas

Honorable Marian Bergeson

Mayor Paul Glaab

Mayor Pro Tem Joe Brown

Council Member Robert Ming

Council Member Linda Lindholm

Council Member Gary Capata 

I earned a BA in Communications from CSULB. I am a Laguna Niguel Traffic and Transportation Commissioner, Vice President of the Mirador Homeowners Association, and Ambassador for the Laguna Niguel Chamber of Commerce. I volunteer for the Laguna Niguel Military Support Committee, Senior Center and at our church. 

My husband Neil and I are grateful to live in Laguna Niguel. I respectfully ask for your support.   

Call: 949-370-5255 or visit  www.daviesforlagunaniguel.com

Tim D September 21, 2012 at 10:14 PM
That is all nice apple pie, but HOW do you propose achieving it. A bunch of feel good goals are useless unless there is a clear path for making them a reality. I have seen no real change in this city for 10 years. Irvine schools kill us. Irvine safety ratings out shine us. Lets hear about a plan not platitudes
Leonard Kinkade September 25, 2012 at 05:02 AM
Tim D The City Council really has no control of the Capistrano unified School District, which has its own school board! If you are talking about traffic safety I don’t' disagree with you. The current City Council seems to have turned a blind eye to traffic safety in our city. The plan you seem to be suggesting is to do what they call traffic calming or as it is better known better traffic control. Traffic control is mainly conducted by the Motorcycle officer you see around the city. Unfortunately, after it gets dark they go off duty. The motor officer seldom handle called for services, they just do traffic. Then, it is up to the sheriff's patrolman in their black and white vehicles to handle traffic. Unfortunately, they are also answering called for services, and write those reports. They have little time to do traffic control. Thus, after about 6 to 7 pm individuals going home to Dana point, Monarch beach and Laguna a feel free to speed through our city. I sure you been on Crown Valley Parkway at night when vehicles pass you doing 60 to 70 MPH. Term limits provide us with new city councilmen periodically. Let us hope that Mrs. Davies reads this blog and takes good notes. Leonard Kinkade
Natalie Vishny September 29, 2012 at 12:16 PM
I highly endorse Laurie Davies as a Candidate for Laguna Niguel City Council. She is a high integrity woman, with a great vision for the greater good for the residents of Laguna Niguel. She is open to new suggestions and ideas, and is reasonable and intelligent in all of her actions. Natalie Vishny
Sandra Bernhisel September 29, 2012 at 03:12 PM
Laurie will read all blogs & take notes & if there is anyone that can make things happen it will be Laurie. I have known Laurie for 8 years and she never sits on the sideline - she is always out there working for the better. Sandy B
Leonard Kinkade October 03, 2012 at 05:51 AM
I'm glad to hear that Mrs. Davies reads this blog. She should read the recent accident in Laguna Niguel, caused by another speeding vehicle on Moulten Parkway. See at LN Patch: Witnesses Describe Pedestrian Crash Two readers recall a "horrific" scene after Mariam Hedayati, 43, was struck by a car Monday afternoon as she used a crosswalk on Moulton Parkway How many is that since Mara Steves Death last valentine Day, 2011? How many more citizens of Laguna Niguel will be injured or killed until state traffic laws are enforced? If the Sheriff's Department can't solve this problem, maybe it's time to ask the CHP to do traffic in our city!
Cathyren Cappitelli October 22, 2012 at 08:11 PM
The Sheriff's Department can do the job, but the people of the city must be willing to pay the higher taxes to get the man power (police officers) recommended by the department to get the job done. According to what I am reading on this blog page, we do not have sufficient officers on the job. This has nothing to do with the capability of the Sheriff's Department . . . this has to do with what we are willing to pay. CHP are usually assigned to freeways and major highways. Your motor cops are also Sheriffi's. As a community, we must educate ourselves on the real problems and be willing to accept the consequence of paying more money (taxes) to get the job done.
Leonard Kinkade November 01, 2012 at 04:12 AM
Cathyren, Your right you can't hang a dollar amount when it comes to the safety of the citizens of Laguna Niguel. Additionally, some kind of traffic calming plan by our police administration would be appropriate, such as developing a schedule for traffic officers during those peak rush hours in the morning and evening. The sheriff has a force of reserves that they can call upon to supplement the regular traffic officers in the field, and normally this service did not cost the Sheriff's department any additional funds. But, without concerned citizens like you voice an opinion, we will continue to have these horrendous traffic fatalities which in the recent past have been mostly pedestrians.


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