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  • Fire union contract changes approved

    COSTA MESA — The City Council has approved amendments to the firefighters' employee contract, which will save more than $600,000 over 12 months. The Costa Mesa Firefighters Assn. did not have to re-open its contract, but the firefighters did so in...
  • District, union reach agreement

    COSTA MESA — The Newport-Mesa Unified school board on Tuesday night approved a one-year contract with the teachers union but also outlined issues with the state budget expected to impact the district. The Newport-Mesa Federation of Teachers...
  • Nguyen criticizes Mansoor's contract vote

    COSTA MESA — Phu Nguyen, the Democratic Assembly candidate for the 68th District, is blasting his opponent, Mayor Allan Mansoor, for voting against amendments to an employee contract that will save the city more than $600,000. "It's very...
  • 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...
  • Reporter's Notebook: Imagining their voyage at sea

    Reporter's Notebook: Imagining their voyage at sea
    NEWPORT BEACH – When I signed up to volunteer at the Sail for the Blind event, one of the first things I did was read an info packet on the American Legion Yacht Club's website. Written from the perspective of a visually impaired person, one of...
  • Locals playing pro ball

    It is always interesting to follow local volleyball players after their high school and collegiate careers are completed. I have been so fortunate to have had a number of former players who found professional volleyball in their post-collegiate years....
  • Sounding Off: Candidate's remarks are hogwash

    I do not have a dog in the Costa Mesa City Council fight, but if I had one in it I would be somewhat chagrined by Eric Bever and Jim Righeimer's new campaign modus operandi. But first, I feel bad about Mr. Righeimer's previous financial difficulties;...
  • 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...
  • City wants to hike harbor fees

    NEWPORT BEACH — With harbor mooring administration costs nearly tripled from previous years, a third dredging project on the horizon and revenues in the city still down, city officials said it's time for Newport Harbor users to pay the piper....
  • 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...