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  • Commentary: I have my doubts about outsourcing

    I read the Feb. 9 Daily Pilot article, "Mayor pushing on with his plan," and the Feb. 7 Orange County Register editorial, "Outsourcing back in for Costa Mesa," that the Pilot article referred to, and I have several comments. The Pilot's report of Costa...
  • Mailbag: Support for the mayor's funding initiative

    Re: "Commentary: "The state of our city is strong," by Newport Beach Mayor Keith Curry (Feb. 13): First, I commend Curry and the City Council for their effective fiscal management of our city. Further, I support his proposal to use development fees to...
  • Remembering Bukowski with O.C.'s 'poet grandfather'

    Remembering Bukowski with O.C.'s 'poet grandfather'
    I am not a writer of prose. This is not an article, an anecdote or short story. It is simply the imperfect account of an evening from several points of view. So begins the document that Lee Mallory has set in front of me at a cramped wooden table in the...
  • Mailbag: Death penalty would not have been right for Dorner

    Re. "O.C. prosecutors likely to have sought death penalty for Dorner": Friday's article that the Orange County district attorney would have asked for the death penalty in the case of Christopher Dorner is a classic example of dumb and dumber. If you...
  • Community & Clubs: Planting seeds for the future

    On Saturday, more than 30 members of the Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa will be sprucing up more than 2,500 carrotwood tree seedlings in preparation of presenting them to third-graders in all 21 public and 15 private schools within the boundaries of the...
  • Anaheim appoints Newport attorney

    Newport Beach-based lawyer Michael Houston took over as Anaheim's interim city attorney March 1, a news release said. The Anaheim City Council unanimously approved the appointment at its Feb. 19 meeting. Houston, the release said, will oversee the...
  • P.I. says he worked with woman to test Monahan

    A private investigator hired to tail Costa Mesa Councilmen Gary Monahan and Steve Mensinger said he was sent to Monahan's sports bar with a woman to see whether Monahan would behave inappropriately. Chris Lanzillo, a Menifee investigator and former...
  • P.I.'s attorney says client unlikely to face charges

    An attorney for a private investigator who called Costa Mesa police to report Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer as a possible drunk driver said Friday that he doubts charges will be filed. "From what he's said, he has nothing to hide," attorney Tony Kimbirk...
  • Mailbag: UCI students should consider 2-state solution

    The UC Irvine student council request for the university to withdraw investments in firms that contribute to settlement construction in the disputed territories of the West Bank is another in a long line of misguided and divisive actions that do nothing...
  • Winston William Hodge

    Winston William Hodge Winston William Hodge was born in Drummondville, Quebec, Canada on March 24, 1940.   His family moved to Montreal when he was six months old, and they lived there until he was sixteen, when they came to California and settled in...
  • Righeimer: I'll propose calling off the layoffs

    Righeimer: I'll propose calling off the layoffs
    Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer said Monday that he plans to propose canceling the layoffs of some 200 city employees during Tuesday's City Council meeting. He expressed a desire to work alongside the employee associations to see where...
  • Commentary: I am thankful for our city employees

    As we mark Thanksgiving Day this year, we here in Costa Mesa have much for which to be thankful. The 450 or so employees who still remain after nearly two full years of tumult and apprehension are most certainly thankful for their jobs. I know I'm...