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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • College district trustees back governor's tax increase

    HUNTINGTON BEACH — Coast Community College District trustees have come out in support of a proposed statewide tax increase aimed at staving off cuts to classes, programs, services and staff. The Board of Trustees unanimously passed a resolution...
  • 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...
  • Council approves tax-free bond to renovate Bethel Towers

     Council approves tax-free bond to renovate Bethel Towers
    Bethel Towers in Costa Mesa will likely continue to serve low-income seniors for the next 55 years, thanks to a $37-million, tax-free bond issued to an Irvine-based developer Tuesday. The California Statewide Communities Development Authority required...
  • Wu: Dock tax opponents form a well-funded PAC

    I've been hearing rumblings about this for years, and in the midst of the 2012 tax season, I started getting the telephone calls asking me to write about it. But because of timing of it, and the amount of research I needed to do on it, it kind of fell...
  • Commentary: Rent hikes at Bethel Towers will hurt seniors

    The Daily Pilot's front-page story (Re. "Council approves tax-free bond to renovate Bethel Towers," July 7) about the $37-million tax-free bond raises many questions. It stated that, thanks to this deal approved by the City Council, Costa Mesa's low-...
  • For The Record

    Housing: In the July 7 article "Council approves tax-free bond to renovate Bethel Towers" it should have said 20% of the apartments will be dedicated to very low-income residents. The rest will be dedicated to low-income tenants. Low-income in Orange...
  • Harlan: Don't ignore current residents for sake of new ones

    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,...