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Laws and Legislation

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  • County school board on fence about CdM cheating

    After hours of deliberation, the Orange County Department of Education's board decided Wednesday that it needed more time to determine whether it has the authority to hear the appeals of five Corona del Mar High School students who were expelled for their...
  • Committee votes to send proposed charter to council

    Most members of the Costa Mesa Charter Committee gave a thumbs-up Wednesday night to sending the draft of the charter they created to the City Council for further review. The 13-member committee met about 15 times over 10 months, debating all the way to...
  • Mailbag: Editorial on concealed guns was superficial

    Re. "Editorial: 'Good cause' needed to carry gun," March 9: The Daily Pilot says that it just doesn't trust "ordinary folks" to carry weapons in public without "good reason." And the Pilot does not consider a desire to be armed for self-defense —...
  • Apodaca: Clearing the air about electronic cigarettes

    An alarming trend is rapidly emerging, fed by a smoke screen of misinformation, clever marketing ploys and widespread ignorance. I'm referring to the growing use of electronic cigarettes by kids, a development that has health officials, educators and...
  • From The Boathouse: Holiday weekend brings start of boating season

    Ahoy! How the winter season flew by -- I cannot believe that Memorial Day is Monday. However, I am very excited about this three-day weekend that is regarded as the unofficial start of the summer boating season. Across the nation, tens of thousands of...
  • Unhealthy conditions at senior center take months to remedy

    It took more than three months for city crews to clean the Costa Mesa Senior Center after it failed a health inspection and was hit with two code violations. Orange County Health Care Agency officials found evidence of old rat droppings on the floor...
  • Commentary: Shine a light on neighborhood task force

    The Preserve Our Neighborhoods Task Force can be a good thing if it brings together neighbors, including the sober-living residents, to find a way to work out problems. Nothing good will come of a task force that is used to divide people as it operates in...
  • Commentary: Bullying can have lethal consequences

    "I got this really cool hat yesterday, see? Isn't it awesome?" "Yeah, its really awesome. Why is it in your backpack and not on your head, though?" "These kids in my class, who always make fun of me, said it was a stupid hat and that I look gay."...
  • Mayor honors Norma Hertzog with annual award

    Mayor honors Norma Hertzog with annual award
    The Costa Mesa political scene of 1974 has long been over, but on Thursday night, Norma Hertzog couldn't help but have a little fun with the past. Four decades ago, Hertzog had the distinction of being the first female councilmember elected to the...
  • Commentary: City is gaining on its most serious issues

    Costa Mesa has gained a lot of momentum in recent months: •A new central library — more than triple the size of the Donald Dungan facility — is being planned for Lions Park. •Quality housing projects are rising in the revitalized...
  • Pet of the Week

    Pet of the Week
    Community Animal Network's donated dollars are always at work. The tabby cat Cricket had a ruptured cornea, causing pain and calling for the immediate removal of his right eye. The unexpected surgery increased our veterinary bill by $1,031,and now our...
  • UCI students condemn fraternity actions

    UC Irvine's student government voted Tuesday evening to condemn the actions of a campus fraternity seen as insensitive to Pacific Islanders after students complained about its Islander-themed party. Student government representatives voted 14 to 0...