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Luan Troxel

Luan Troxel
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Luan’s background spans a range of industries from academia to management consulting to investment banking. Along the way, she earned an undergraduate degree in political science at Northwestern University, a PhD in the same field from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Columbia University. She has lived on both coasts and many states in between, as well as in Bulgaria and Germany. Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to manager@coronadotimes.com

El Cordova Garage Loses Its Lease

UPDATE Jan. 7, 2018 - According to a sign in the window at the now closed El Cordova Garage (see image to the right),...

Farewell to Island Surf

UPDATE:  Island Surf is officially closed.It appears that Island Surf has seen its last days. Owner Manny Granillo seemed pensive when I spoke with...

The Literary Life of the Island

It Takes a Village Coronado is known for its beaches and surf lifestyle. But, it has an equally deep literary history, not least of which...

Prime Coronado Real Estate – Changes Still Unconfirmed

 What’s happening with the square block of Orange Avenue between 10th and C? The location of many beloved businesses in Coronado? Rumors are rampant,...

Is Dockless Biking the Wave of the Future?

Imagine this. You get off the ferry in Coronado, grab a bike that happens to be sitting at the ferry dock, bike over to...

Friendship Park and the Border Wall

The announcement of the selection of vendors to build the Trump administration’s border wall prototypes in the San Diego border sector was made a...

Cross Border Sewage Discussion Comes Out into the Open

As many residents of both Imperial Beach and Coronado had hoped, the Coronado City Council did discuss the ongoing border sewage issue that is...

City Council Closed Sessions – Political Subterfuge or Standard Operating Procedure?

Many residents were disappointed to discover at the August 18 Coronado City Council meeting that comments and discussion related to the possibility of Coronado...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

John Duncan Announces Candidacy for City Council

Submitted by John DuncanI am excited to announce my candidacy for Coronado City Council. I will bring a fresh and professional level of scrutiny...

Alexia Palacios-Peters Announces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Alexia Palacios-PetersI am pleased to announce my candidacy for the Coronado Unified School District School Board. I look forward to bringing a...

Nick Kato Announces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Nick KatoDear Friends and Neighbors,I am writing to introduce myself to you as I begin my campaign for a seat on the...

Stacy Keszei Annouces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Stacy KeszeiDear Fellow Coronado Residents,I am proud to announce my candidacy for Coronado Unified School District Trustee. As a Coronado Village resident,...

NEW STORIES

Outdoor Recreation Companies Adapt to Pandemic Restrictions

As people look for things to do during the coronavirus pandemic, many are turning to the outdoors. Local outdoor recreation companies are implementing new...

Tales from the I.C.U.: Life as a Nurse During the Global Pandemic

Coronado resident Rebecca Sauer has strong opinions when it comes to wearing a mask, social distancing, and taking steps to stop the spread of...

Behind the Badge: A Series on the Coronado Police Department

Being pulled over in your car for a traffic violation is what most people’s impression of police is based on. Coronado Police Chief Chuck...

John Duncan Announces Candidacy for City Council

Submitted by John DuncanI am excited to announce my candidacy for Coronado City Council. I will bring a fresh and professional level of scrutiny...

Alexia Palacios-Peters Announces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Alexia Palacios-PetersI am pleased to announce my candidacy for the Coronado Unified School District School Board. I look forward to bringing a...