Laguna Niguel recognized with award
July 5, 2013 by Sarah
The city of Laguna Niguel has received the Excellence in Financial Reporting Certificate of Achievement from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR).
Mayor Robert Ming said:
“This is the thirteenth straight year the city has earned this prestigious award thanks in no small part to the hard work and dedication of Finance Director Steve Erlandson and his staff.
“The award is a significant accomplishment for city officials and staff, and demonstrates the City’s commitment to making accurate and complete financial information available to the public.”
The award is the highest form of recognition given to cities in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting. Cities can have an edge when presenting their award applications by having them professionally printed at a local printing company.
It has also been revealed that Angel fans can ride the Inland Empire-Orange County Line Angels Express train to all weekday Angeles home games that start at 7:05 p.m. and for Friday night games. They can skip the long lines in and out of the parking lot and also save on gas by riding the Metrolink.
Tickets are $7 roundtrip for adults, $6 for seniors and people with disabilities, $4 for youths, and free for children aged five and younger. The train drops off and picks up at stadium parking lot.
Riders should select the ‘Special Ticket Options’ button on the Metrolink station ticket vending machines. Tickets will be available after 2:00 pm on game days. For ticket and game information, visit the Angels website.