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  • 3 questions: Where Costa Mesa City Council, Orange County Board of Supervisors and State Assembly candidates stand on the issues

    Costa Mesa City Council One incumbent and eight challengers are running for two spots on the five-member council. The Daily Pilot asked each candidate the same three questions: 1) Based on the decisions of this most recent council, do you think this...
  • O.C. better off in dealing with drought, expert says

    Orange County is in better shape than most areas when it comes to dealing with California's increasingly dire water woes, a longtime water policy expert said at a Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce event Wednesday morning. But better than most is still...
  • Commentary: Costa Mesa election is about trustworthiness

    Who will listen to you? Whom do you trust? These are the key questions Costa Mesa voters need to ask themselves as they decide on Nov. 4 who will lead their city. They are quintessential questions in any election, but especially in this one. Ask...
  • Commentary: Look at the changes — just what Costa Mesa needs

    Our family has resided on the Westside since before Costa Mesa was incorporated in 1953, which means we have seen a great deal of change. Lately, we have been hearing a lot about the fruition of some long-needed improvements to our city. Still, there...
  • Costa Mesa's latest budget surplus: $6 million

    Costa Mesa's general fund for the previous fiscal year is showing at least a $6-million surplus, officials announced in a news release this week. The amount comes from a preliminary audit for the 2013-14 fiscal year, which ended in June. Final audit...
  • 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...
  • 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: 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...
  • 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...
  • Costa Mesa Senior Center board to discuss city takeover

    Costa Mesa Senior Center board members could take steps during a special meeting Friday to hand over significant financial responsibility to the city. The senior center's financial turmoil came to light in January, when the city published an audit...
  • Moorlach aims to make COIN ordinance countywide

    Costa Mesa's Civic Openness in Negotiations, or COIN, ordinance could soon be tested on a bigger stage, Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach said Tuesday. Near the end of this week's board of supervisors meeting, he told colleagues that he hopes to...
  • Mailbag: Truth about dredging and sea water intrusion

    The article "The Fading of the Grand Canal" (April 27) contains a lot of truth. Newport Beach used to dredge it every decade or two. I was a child living on the canal, and I remember watching the work. Workers did it correctly, at high tide only,...