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  • Public representatives join council members on revamped Newport Finance Committee

    Four members of the public and three City Council members were appointed to Newport Beach's newly restructured finance committee on a unanimous council vote Tuesday. The committee provides recommendations to the City Council about the city's budget...
  • Biz News: Bosch opens eBike U.S. headquarters in Irvine

    Bosch officially opened the U.S. headquarters for its electric bicycle systems this month in Irvine. Bosch, based in Germany, launched its eBike unit in 2009 and introduced its pedal-assist motor drive on bikes at the Eurobike trade show in 2010. The...
  • Sports field renovation plans move forward for Corona del Mar High

    Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees took another step forward with plans to renovate aging athletic facilities at Corona del Mar High School. It was standing room only in the Costa Mesa boardroom Tuesday night as trustees directed staff to put...
  • Newport votes to pay off pension liability faster

    The Newport Beach council voted Tuesday to pay off the city's unfunded pension liability 11 years faster than it would have under its current 30-year plan. The city's finance committee, made up of councilmen Keith Curry, Mike Henn and Tony Petros, had...
  • ExplorOcean expansion plan raises questions about Fun Zone's future

    ExplorOcean expansion plan raises questions about Fun Zone's future
    Nearly a decade has passed since ExplorOcean bought a harbor-facing stretch of land dubbed the Balboa Fun Zone, exchanging the kitschy Scary Dark Ride and bumper cars for a learning center focused on science education. The Fun Zone has operated in...
  • Commentary: New council should learn from past mistakes

    The election is over and the dust has settled. The players stand at the ready. In Newport Beach a new cast of characters was elected to represent the great city. It remains to be seen what direction the city will take as it moves further into the 21st...
  • Newport council members defend handling of city finances

    As in most cities, campaign signs have multiplied on lawns and street poles in Newport Beach. Knocks at the door have become expected. A candidates forum seems to occur every few days. Among the pamphlets and speeches, strong critiques of recent...
  • Commentary: Toll lanes go against the spirit of Measure M funding

    There has been a lot of discussion about whether toll lanes will reduce traffic and travel time on the 405 Freeway, and that is a worthy discussion. Today, I would like to approach it from another perspective — truthful and efficient use of tax...
  • Commentary: It's time to stop overspending in Newport Beach

    Newport Beach Councilman Mike Henn's recent commentary about the city's finances is worthy of a response ["Commentary: Prepayment of debt would trigger financial penalties," Sept. 15]. His condescending reference to education and ignorance is...
  • Commentary: Cities should support early childhood education

    Re. "The Crowd: Spreading awareness of children's needs," (Sept. 18): When I read the story about National Child Awareness Month, I saw the potential for organizations like its sponsor, the Festival of Children Foundation, to be leaders in helping...
  • Gov. Brown withdraws pardon of Irvine financial advisor disciplined by regulators

    Gov. Jerry Brown withdrew a Christmas Eve pardon Wednesday after learning from the Los Angeles Times that he was granting clemency to a man recently disciplined by financial regulators. Glen Williams Carnes, one of 105 people who received an executive...
  • Commentary: Newport Beach has much to be proud of and to look forward to

    The year is almost complete and 2015 weighs on the horizon. I am proud of the Newport Beach City Council's accomplishments in 2014 and look forward to collaborating with my new colleagues in 2015. Here's what I see as a review of the council's work in...