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  • Court orders Morningside to move

    After six years of litigation,  a rehabilitation center long at odds with residents and City Hall has decided to move out of Newport Beach.
  • Commentary: City's treatment of marijuana clinics uneven

    I was amazed to hear a car recently crashed into a medical marijuana dispensary on 19th Street ("Driver held after SUV crashes into dispensary," July 4). The amazing part of this story is that in October 2011 the City Council of Costa Mesa called in the...

    Costa Mesa hires firm to re-examine city worker's suicide [UPDATED]

    COSTA MESA — The city attorney has hired an outside investigator to conduct a second investigation into the suicide of a city worker, officials confirmed Thursday. Officials want an outside firm to examine the evidence in case there is litigation...

    City spending on legal counsel reaches new heights

    COSTA MESA — The city's main legal counsel charged $817,913 in fees for the 2010-11 fiscal year — the most the Jones & Mayer law firm has billed the city for a single year, records show. Costa Mesa spent twice as much on city attorney-related...

    Wu: Newport should sue if OCTA doesn't acquiesce

    Well, Councilwoman Leslie Daigle's "vote-gate" has passed, and the Newport Beach City Council officially voted this week to sue the Orange County Transportation Authority for removing the 19th Street Bridge from the county's Master Plan of Arterial...