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  • Community Commentary: Show restraint on taxes, focus on investment

    The Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors recently announced its strong opposition to the governor's proposal to extend the increased tax rates on sales, personal income and vehicle license taxes for an additional five years to help balance the state's $25-billion budget shortfall. In its position announcement, the chamber identified a general lack of fiscal restraint on the part of lawmakers as the chief reason for its opposition.
  • Community Commentary: Long-term growth, value of city is important

    A number of Costa Mesans — council members, planning commissioners, residents and bloggers — have commented recently on what ails our city and how to fix it. City Hall, it seems, is where change needs to take place in order to improve...

    Mailbag: Get off those 'we know best' high horses

    Too much has been made in Costa Mesa of similarities between businesses and cities. Sure, they both have employees with payrolls to meet. Both have offices and janitors and other maintenance workers. I've worked at many companies that even had their own...

    Broadcom agrees to buy NetLogic for $3.7 billion

    Broadcom Corp. announced Monday that it agreed to purchase NetLogic Microsystems Inc. for about $3.7 billion. Irvine-based Broadcom designs and supplies semiconductors to telecommunications and consumer electronics companies with its chips ending up in a...

    Sounding off: Imagine city as a business — Costa Mesa Inc.

    You may have read that Costa Mesa no longer has a city manager. As of the last City Council meeting, the title has been dropped in favor of city chief executive officer. If you've watched the City Council since the election in November, you probably...