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  • Costa Mesa budget audit claims $26 million available for services, jobs

    Costa Mesa has about $26 million that could be spent on services and jobs slated for budgetary cuts, according to an audit released Tuesday of the city's financial picture. The Orange County Employees Assn. retained Harvey M. Rose Associates, a San...
  • McCourt must let go of Dodgers

    The Dodgers have been my passion since they moved here in 1958. I went to "Roy Campanella Night" at the Coliseum in 1958 when 93,000 fans lit candles while the Dodgers and Yankees played in honor of the handicapped catcher. My grandfather, along with...
  • Shore House Cafe files for bankruptcy

    NEWPORT BEACH — The Shore House Cafe, a 30-year-old Balboa Peninsula icon, filed for bankruptcy this month, public records show, but is still open for business. Stephen Madoni, a Newport Beach attorney representing Shore House and Chief Financial...
  • Council changes personnel rates for special events

    COSTA MESA — During its meeting Tuesday night, the City Council lowered the personnel rates the city charges organizations to bring special events to the city. Effective immediately, the new rates are about 27% lower and remove overhead and...
  • Borders to begin liquidating remaining stores

    COSTA MESA — Natalie Goode topped off a shopping trip to South Coast Plaza on Tuesday by leisurely browsing through Borders, cup of coffee in hand. Goode's is a habit still rooted in a changing retail landscape that she and customers like her won't...
  • Community Commentary: Collective bargaining not a bargain for Costa Mesa residents

    Collective bargaining. Sounds innocuous, doesn't it? After all, it's just a term for when a bunch of nice people get together, form a union or association, and then lend each other their group authority and the weight of their numbers to extract...
  • Sun buys AVP

    Newport Beach resident Donald Sun has bought the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals beach tour and vowed to restore it to a schedule that included as many as 31 events in 2008, the Los Angeles Times has reported. Sun, 37, a graduate of University High...
  • Apodaca: We must preserve public education

    By many measures, 2011 was a momentous year. Osama bin Laden was finally tracked down and killed. The Arab Spring uprisings toppled ruthless regimes. The Eurozone's unity was sorely tested. The Occupy protest movement swept across America. Closer to...
  • Community Commentary: Council majority wants to pull wool over our eyes

    The Costa Mesa City Council's proposed charter amendment is just another attempt to force its self-interested political agenda on the city. If there is anything we have learned since the council first attempted to lay off half the city's employees, it's...
  • Famed sports agent declares bankruptcy

    Newport Beach sports agent Leigh Steinberg, whose life story partially inspired "Jerry Maguire," has filed for bankruptcy, according to an email he sent to the Daily Pilot. Steinberg, 62, pens a weekly sports column for the Pilot. He said in his...
  • Mailbag: Charter would not free Costa Mesa of obligations

    Some Costa Mesa voters are under the false impression that, if the city were to adopt a charter, it could walk away from its pension obligations or substantially change them. Nothing could be farther from the truth. The Constitution, Article I, Section...
  • Apodaca: If Hubbard should leave, Reed is more than capable

    I'm going to go out on a limb — not a particularly long one — and predict that Jeffrey Hubbard won't be Newport-Mesa Unified School District's superintendent much longer. Of course, if Hubbard is convicted it would be a fait accomplis. He...