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The Eastside Costa Mesa home's exterior was flawless, the lawn showing freshly mowed rows, the kidney-shaped pool offering respite from the pre-summer heat. But inside, police found hints of a flophouse: cabinets converted to makeshift lockers,...
From urging better zoning enforcement to improving housing options for the homeless, those who attended a Wednesday night workshop on updating Costa Mesa's General Plan gave a wide variety of input. The workshop, in the Emergency Operations Center...
The neon letters of Anchor Trailer Port's sign haven't been lit in years. Word is they don't work anymore. If lit again, though, they wouldn't fully spell out "Trailer Port." On the top line, only the A, I, L, and a smudge of the E, are left. It's the...
Tags: High Schools, Rentals, Mountains, Animals, Politics
With news of Anchor Trailer Port's potential closure to make way for condominiums, a statewide mobile home park advocacy group is trying to gain membership in Costa Mesa. The organization would like to assist the City Council if it looks into adopting...
Contractors for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have begun dredging sediment in the Santa Ana River Marsh in Newport Beach — some of which is being piped just offshore for beach replenishment, drawing concerns from residents. The roughly $5-...
Re. "Mailbag: CalPERS, council should split Taj Mahal costs,": Daily Pilot reader M. D. Moore is the latest to use the city and the Newport Beach Civic Center as a punching bag, but his Jan. 3 letter was misleading. As such, I feel compelled to address...
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The last year took many notable people from Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. Whether they were lost to age, illness or tragedy, they are remembered here. The Aegean sailors: Crew members William Reed Johnson, 57, Theo Mavromatis, 49, Kevin Eric Rudolph,...
The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday night is scheduled to consider a plan that would close a Newport Boulevard mobile home park in order to make room for condominiums. Should the council adopt the resolution, IntraCorp Socal-1 LLC — the...
Tags: Government, Tom Hatch, Lobbying, Public Officials, Politics
The potential new owners of a mobile home park on Newport Boulevard in Costa Mesa are one step closer to building condominiums on the land. The City Council on Tuesday unanimously certified Newport Beach-based IntraCorp Socal-1 LLC's closure impact...
A media frenzy has erupted over a controversial type of debt financing often used by California school districts, including Newport-Mesa, to pay for construction projects. So-called capital appreciation bonds, or CABs, have become the debt worry du jour,...
Ronald H. Agins Oct 26, 1932 - August 5, 2012 Ron was born to Harry and Yetta Agins in Corona, California. He joined the family made up of Leona, Sam, Bette, and Obby. Ron being the youngest was treasured by all his family. Friends that he made...
Tags: Human Interest, Cancer, City of Hope
Over the past two weeks, Costa Mesa's seniors earned two important, but relatively silent, victories. First, the City Council approved issuing $37 million in tax-free bonds for the renovation of the 269-unit Bethel Towers for low-income seniors. Second,...
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