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  • Commentary: Policy on motels could lead to lawsuits

    The article in Thursday's Daily Pilot gives a fairly comprehensive report on the City Council's action regarding charging motels for excessive calls from the Costa Mesa Police Department ["Motels to pay for excess police calls"]. However, there are two...
  • Costa Mesa considers billing motels for police

    Costa Mesa considers billing motels for police
    At a meeting this week, Costa Mesa city officials discussed one of the latest attempts to address excessively problematic motels: charging them for the trouble. On Tuesday night, four members of the City Council — Councilwoman Wendy Leece left the...
  • Commentary: State tax code is inhospitable to business

    I had three separate experiences recently that reinforced just how bad things are for business owners in California. A letter to one of my previous campaign supporters came back, and when I followed up with email, I learned that this pizza restaurant...
  • Forecast: Modest O.C. job growth in 2012

    COSTA MESA — Orange County will add an estimated 21,000 new jobs next year, but housing sales and prices will remain flat, according to Chapman University's economic forecast for 2012. The forecast delivered this week at the Segerstrom Center for...
  • School Flight Part 1: Why Mesa Verde families transfer out

    School Flight Part 1: Why Mesa Verde families transfer out
    First of three parts. COSTA MESA — As he tours Mesa Verde with prospective home buyers, Realtor Larry Weichman boasts of the neighborhood country club's heated swimming pool and acclaimed golf pro. But when clients ask about the public schools,...
  • School Flight Part 2: Not everyone chooses to leave neighborhood schools

    School Flight Part 2: Not everyone chooses to leave neighborhood schools
    Second of two parts. COSTA MESA — Many nights she sipped tea and listened to other parents complain. They questioned the academic rigor of Adams Elementary, the school just down the block. Some told rumors of Spanish speakers slowing down...
  • Community & Clubs: Aussies experience Costa Mesa in exchange visit

    The Kiwanis Club of Costa Mesa hosted a lunch on Jan. 12 to honor this years' Australian exchange students from Hoppers Crossing Secondary College near Melbourne in the state of Victoria. This is the fourth year of Kiwanis of Costa Mesa's involvement...
  • Commentary: Correcting the imbalance of school donations

    Re "Apodaca: How can public schools compete for donations?" March 3: Perhaps there's a way around the paradox columnist Patrice Apodaca revealed when she pulled back the curtain on fiscal fairness in the school district: The neediest get the least when...
  • Mailbag: Irvine 11 editorials got it wrong

    I cannot understand why the L.A. Times and the Daily Pilot continue on their editorial pages to defend the Irvine 11 (Editorial: Irvine 11, D.A. both made mistakes, Daily Pilot, Oct. 2; "Editorial: Punishing the 'Irvine 11' again, Los Angeles Times, Sept....
  • Newport moves closer on affordable housing

    Agreeing to lift constraints on affordable housing development, Newport Beach officials have received tentative approval of the city's housing blueprint. Regulators from the state Department of Housing and Community Development said last month that the...
  • 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...
  • Cassity: Taxing the 'rich' could mean your job

    Taxes. Now there's a word that's sure to get the blood flowing. Although perennially a subject for discussion, it seems that it's become more a part of our national and state and even local discourse over the past few months. So, always interested in...