Newport’s Bunnies Continue to Create Conversation

Newport’s Bunnies Continue to Create Conversation

Dear Friend,

I want to wish you a Happy New Year and thank each of you for helping us make a change at City Hall. We are blessed to live in such a beautiful community with caring residents that want the best quality of life possible.

The Los Angeles Times had a little fun today with bunnies at the Taj Mahal. You can read the storyhere.

Sincerely,
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Bob McCaffrey
Volunteer Chairman, Residents for Reform

P.S. Residents for Reform will stay active on the quality of life issues in Newport Beach that make our city a unique place to live.  We are funded by donations from the community.  You can safely donate online here.

http://www.latimes.com/local/orangecounty/la-me-adv-bunnyhenge-20141228-story.html

 

LA Times, December 28, 2014

LOCAL Orange County

Fiscal reform advocates take aim at Newport Beach’s concrete bunnies

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Priscilla Janz, 6, and her sister Dagny, 3, play among the bunnies. (Christina House, For The Times)

By EMILY FOXHALL

It’s open season on Newport Beach’s concrete bunnies

Near a busy corner in Newport Beach, at the edge of Civic Center Park, 14 concrete rabbits sit on their haunches in a tight circle, staring at each other through painted pastel eyes.

The child-size creatures — known by some in this picturesque beach city as “bunnyhenge” — were added as a playful touch to the massive Civic Center complex, which rises like a white ship from the hillside below, its undulating roof mimicking the waves on the distant horizon.

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