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  • Community Commentary: A letter on city salaries

    EDITOR'S NOTE: City Manager Dave Kiff posted this letter on the city of Newport Beach's website Wednesday evening. City officials in Bell did a very troubling thing, but one outcome of that situation was not troubling — an increased attention to...
  • Group protesting city's fairgrounds partnership

    COSTA MESA — American Fairs and Festivals, the group that Costa Mesa once negotiated with to finance the purchase of the Orange County Fairgrounds, is protesting the city agreement granted to the winning company, Facilities Management West,...
  • Teachers union claims unfair ratio for layoff notices

    Negotiations between 1,400 teachers and the Newport-Mesa Unified School District have languished for more than a year. Now, as the teacher's union and management try to forge a three-year contract, there are hard feelings from the teachers' side over what...
  • JWA upgrades computer systems, ticket counters

    John Wayne Airport will modernize its computer systems and ticketing counters in a $24-million project approved Tuesday by the County Board of Supervisors It's part of the larger airport improvements underway that include the construction of a 280,000-...
  • Sounding Off: What's the rush with community center?

    Facing at minimum a $10-million budget shortfall combined with weekly announcements of service cutbacks, the city of Newport Beach and its elected officials continue at breakneck pace to deliver a City Hall/Community Center without regard to proper...
  • Police fill council chambers for support

    COSTA MESA — Members and supporters of the Costa Mesa Police Assn. showed up en masse at this week's City Council meeting in hopes of finding support for their contract positions in difficult budgetary times. Filling the council chambers, they...
  • City could use E-Verify for immigration status

    *Updated from an earlier version COSTA MESA — In an effort to crack down on illegal immigration, Mayor Allan Mansoor will ask the city to study a plan that would require employers to use E-Verify, a federal database that screens the immigration...
  • City moves ahead with rehab home agreement

    NEWPORT BEACH — In its second major settlement with a rehabilitation home operator, the city of Newport Beach this week moved one step closer to a deal that would restrict one operators' impacts on neighbors. The City Council voted Tuesday night to...
  • Union, district reach agreement

    COSTA MESA — The Newport Mesa Federation of Teachers has reached a tentative pact with the Newport-Mesa Unified School District, agreeing to a one-year contract in which there will be no raises and no work furloughs, said Kimberly Claytor, the...
  • Official: Tiff 'pure politics'

    The show of unity by dozens of Costa Mesa Police Assn. members, who packed the City Council Chambers Tuesday night, points to increasing political tension between Planning Commission Chairman Jim Righeimer and the police union. Righeimer, a City...
  • Hard to write in beautiful Laguna, but write she does

    Hard to write in beautiful Laguna, but write she does
    Growing up in Toronto, Lisi Harrison could care less about labels. Although her classmates made sure that Ralph Lauren graced every tee, she enjoyed a shopping spree at Kmart. She wasn't a rich bully or hiding a monster beneath her designer duds. No,...
  • Dwyer case may go to court

    The dispute over the planned solar panels at Dwyer Middle School may soon head to court, an attorney said during a student rally Jan. 27. Ryan Easter of the Irvine-based firm Palmieri, Tyler, Wiener, Wilhelm & Waldron said he had been in talks with a...