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  • Breaking down Measure V

    In the order of appearance in Measure V, here is an explanation of each section: Taxes: The city charter currently allows the city to tax property owners to meet its bond payments and its retirement benefits for city employees, to pay for libraries...
  • Righeimer, Leece leading in early returns

    Righeimer, Leece leading in early returns
    COSTA MESA — Appearing poised to overcome well-organized political attacks in the final weeks of the election, Planning Commissioner Jim Righeimer and Councilwoman Wendy Leece were leading the race for two open seats on the City Council, early...
  • Turner-led Anteaters begin climb

    First-year coach Russ Turner has a vision for UC Irvine men's basketball that includes becoming a power in the Big West Conference, a noteworthy mid-major program that competes in the NCAA Tournament, and also capturing a market share of the Orange County...
  • Mooring fee issue is on deck

    For sailors and mooring renters who complain there wasn't enough input into Newport Beach's proposed mooring fee increases, they'll get their chance Tuesday when the City Council looks into the issue at a study session. "It was a simple kind of analysis,...
  • Lobdell: Looking back at what we've learned

    Here are the top 6 things we've learned from last week's local elections. No. 6: Incumbency wasn't all bad. Turns out a record 30 years wasn't enough for Newport-Mesa school board member Judy Franco. In fact, nearly 60% of voters chose to bring her back...
  • Community Commentary: Contract agreements are for everyone's own good

    I would like to thank the people of Costa Mesa who voted to re-elect me for four more years on the City Council. I am honored to serve the citizens of our great city. As an elected councilwoman, I am reminded daily of the core mission of any city: to...
  • Harbor Patrol funding reaches possible solution

    NEWPORT BEACH — About 35 years and 17 reports later, a solution to the Orange County Sheriff's Department Harbor Patrol funding issues could be taking shape. With critics of the department's current model arguing that the its biggest funding source...
  • Fair sale blocked for now

    SANTA ANA — An Orange County Superior Court judge on Wednesday issued a temporary restraining order blocking the sale of the Orange County Fairgrounds to a private developer. A consortium of businesses, led by the operator of the regular swap...
  • Lobdell: Leece is no traitor

    I don't buy that Wendy Leece — who practically bleeds red, white and blue elephants — is a traitor to the local Republican Party. The Costa Mesa councilwoman got sideways with GOP leaders last month for allegedly breaking a promise to get...
  • 'Styling Station' sends her to TLC

    Marcy McKenna was tired of the clutter that covered her bathroom spaces. So the Newport Beach mother developed the Styling Station, a fire-proof cabinet that can house all of a woman's electric beauty appliances in one small space. Born to a family of...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Grill at Big Corona closes in bad economy

    Corona del Mar Today: Grill at Big Corona closes in bad economy
    The Fuji Grill at Big Corona Beach closed earlier this month — the victim of the bad economy and the city's increase in parking fees at the beach. "The parking really hit me," said owner John Lee. "The parking system should transition to usage-...
  • O.C. Now

    Newport Beach City negotiates pension change for guards A new contract for the Newport Beach city lifeguards was approved by a unanimous City Council vote Tuesday night. Among the key provisions in the contract are a 3.5% increase in pension program...