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  • Council to consider funding housing for homeless

    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday is scheduled to consider approving a loan of up to $500,000 to help pay for permanent housing for the city's homeless population. If approved by the council and the city's Housing Authority, which replaced the...
  • Mailbag: Deaths should 'touch the conscience' of us all

    The insightful letter by Tom Peterson in today's Daily Pilot ("Mailbag: Costa Mesa homeless deserve dignity," Jan. 23) pricked my conscience and reminded me I should comment also. In my more than 23 years of association with homeless people in my work at...
  • Commentary: What the fiscal cliff means to O.C. taxpayers

    There has been much hand-wringing over the "fiscal cliff" in the media lately, but very little about what protective measures citizens can take should we end up diving off the cliff head-first. For those of us who are not ready to repatriate it's time...
  • Forecast: O.C. can expect modest job growth

    As taxation and other costs go up in California, one place is looking better and better: Walla Walla. Moving to the eastern Washington town of some 32,000 — where you can rent a mansion for $2,500 a month, have a short commute and not pay state...
  • Several highlights at Lott Trophy luncheon

    Several highlights at Lott Trophy luncheon
    NEWPORT BEACH — A special moment took place at The Pacific Club Thursday during the annual Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list luncheon. Lott opened an envelope that revealed the recipient of a $5,000 check that put the IMPACT Foundation over the $1...
  • Mailbag: An ode to our fire rings

    On the shores of the wonderful pacific Sit fire pits we enjoy every day, Hot dogs, marshmallows and songs fill the air Memories of beach parties and children at play. Some would like to tear the rings out To make way for sand flattened —...
  • Labor, religious leaders back Proposition 30

    Labor, religious leaders back Proposition 30
    ORANGE — Newport-Mesa Federation of Teachers President Kimberly Claytor joined Orange County clergy and organized labor leaders Wednesday to advocate for Proposition 30, which would raise taxes on high-income earners to pay for schools, and other...
  • Commentary: Why Newport-Mesa should support Prop. 30

    In recent years, California's education budget has taken more than $20 billion in cuts. Anyone who claims wasteful spending is the only problem isn't seeing the entire picture. We have a revenue problem too. According to Education Weekly, California...
  • Candidates support resident needs above business

    COSTA MESA — Five candidates for Costa Mesa City Council told Eastside residents Thursday night that they would put their needs ahead of businesses but would also focus on trying to attract revenue to close the city's $9.5-million budget gap. The...
  • Community Commentary: Newport makes wrong move on bonds

    Mid-summer, I wrote that the city of Newport Beach intended to use Build America Bonds (BAB) to finance the new City Hall project, and that in doing so the city was increasing the size of the federal deficit because the federal government subsidized 35%...
  • School changes 52 lives

    School changes 52 lives
    NEWPORT BEACH — About a dozen blue balloons decorated a lone wheelchair in the middle of the flag deck Friday morning at Newport Elementary School. Students sat in a horse-shoe shape around the chair, and parents gathered behind them to talk about...
  • School district's finances OK for two years

    COSTA MESA — The Newport-Mesa Unified School District can balance its budget for the next two years, but after that, programs and services could face the chopping block, depending on what the state does, officials said. Acting Supt. Paul Reed...