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  • Newport plans to spend $67M on fire stations, sea walls, traffic signals and more

    A $67-million capital-improvement budget that includes long- and short-term construction projects for streets, buildings, parks and beaches got an initial nod from the Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday. Highlights of the plan for the coming fiscal...
  • Biz News: Medical office complex planned in Newport

    Biz News: Medical office complex planned in Newport
      Construction is planned to begin this summer on a nearly 64,000-square-foot medical office campus in the Santa Ana Heights area of Newport Beach. Real Estate Development Associates, an investment company that acquires and develops industrial and...
  • Newport councilman being investigated by state political practices panel

    The state Fair Political Practices Commission has opened an investigation about Newport Beach City Councilman Scott Peotter, the agency said Tuesday. FPPC communications director Jay Wierenga wouldn't say what the investigation is about, but it comes...
  • Venezia: Balboa Theater's closing chapter has arts dividend

    It seems the Newport Beach Arts Commission will receive a windfall now that the Balboa Performing Arts Theater Foundation is folding. At the foundation's last board meeting on April 22, its directors, Chairwoman Evelyn Hart, Treasurer Alison Ryffel and...
  • Around Town: Charity golf tournament Thursday in Irvine

    Community Service Programs, a nonprofit organization that provides counseling and other support services for needy Orange County children and their families, will hold its 32nd annual Swing for Kids Charity Golf Tournament from 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m....
  • Costa Mesa budgets for financial growth

    Costa Mesa officials are predicting increased revenues from sales and property taxes, as well as gains in fines and permits, according to the city's projected budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year. The $147.8-million preliminary budget, examined by the City...
  • Newport councilman wants to cut city funds for Civic Center art, but bunnies are 'pardoned'

    Newport councilman wants to cut city funds for Civic Center art, but bunnies are 'pardoned'
    Newport Beach City Councilman Scott Peotter is expected to take a proposal to a council meeting this month that would limit city funding for sculptures in Civic Center Park. In the months leading to last fall's election, in which Peotter won his council...
  • Biz News: Hoag opens sarcoma program

    Hoag Hospital has announced the launch of Orange County's first comprehensive Bone and Soft Tissue Sarcoma Program for those battling the rare and complex form of cancer, according to a news release. The Hoag Sarcoma Program, in alliance with Keck...
  • Newport weighs $66.6M spending for sea walls, pier eatery teardown, harbor, streets, more

    A $66.6 million proposed capital improvement budget that includes projects for streets, facilities, parks and beaches in the upcoming fiscal year will get a look from the Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday. For several months, the council has been...
  • Venezia: Curry takes on Peotter's fiscal folly

    Newport Beach Councilmen Keith Curry sent an email March 25 stating, "Last night, during a 30-minute stretch in our council meeting, we came within one vote of creating lasting fiscal damage to our community." Geez, that got my attention. What Curry...
  • 2 members' bickering shakes up previously genteel Newport council

    2 members' bickering shakes up previously genteel Newport council
    The City Council dais in Newport Beach is becoming like a verbal boxing ring, leaving onlookers wondering when the fight might end. Whether in the council chamber or in email blasts to supporters, recently elected Councilman Scott Peotter and veteran...
  • Reader's Report: Irvine students lobby Sacramento

    Reader's Report: Irvine students lobby Sacramento
    "Beep, Beep." My alarm is going off. My drowsy eyes wake up to see that it is 4:30 a.m. I am upearly to fly to the state capitol to meet with legislators regarding education issues on behalf of the 30,000 students in the Irvine Unified School District....