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  • Study warns of pension problems but workers' group decries backers' conservatism

    A study by a Tustin-based think tank recently ranked Costa Mesa near the top of California cities facing financial strain for their pension obligations, but an association representing public employees dismissed the report, asserting that the study was performed by an organization with a conservative bias.
  • Commentary: City charter could lead to costly elections, lawsuits

    We all agree that there is a major problem with the underfunded public pension obligations in Costa Mesa and that something needs to be done. We do not all agree on the solution, and some have sought to make corrections through the proposed charter,...

    Commentary: Consultant is obfuscating Newport financial data

    While Newport Beach's issuance of debt for the Civic Center and park occurred in November 2010, before I was even on the council, political consultant Dave Ellis' slate of City Council candidates (who never said a peep for four years) now question whether...

    Newport council to consider faster pension payoff

    The Newport Beach City Council will consider a plan Tuesday night to more quickly fund employee pensions. Instead of rolling forward the unfunded pension liability — the difference between the amount the city will owe in retirement benefits and...

    Venezia: Gazsi's motivation to move on becomes clear

    When the news hit that Costa Mesa Police Chief Tom Gazsi was retiring and had accepted a job as deputy chief over field operations and emergency management at the Port of Los Angeles, I was happy for him, yet sorry to see him go. But I get it. The...