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  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Commentary: State's high tax burden thwarts recovery

    State Controller John Chiang continues to uphold the California Great Seal motto, "Eureka, I have found it!" But what Chiang is finding as controller is that California's economy, as measured by tax revenues, is still tanking. State tax collections for...
  • 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...
  • Getting Involved

    ORANGE COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Docents are needed to lead tours of the Center, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. Learn about the history and the development of the Center and the workings of the backstage areas. Call: (714) 556-2122, ext. 4259....
  • Mailbag: Mansoor move an embarrassment

    Thank you, Joshua Boyle, for giving a concise and informative account of the Costa Mesa City Council meeting (Mailbag: "Council majority not communicating well," May 19). It seems that Mayor Mansoor has a propensity for confusing the representation of...
  • Councilwomen, club owner protest housing project

    Councilwomen, club owner protest housing project
    COSTA MESA — A growing number of artists and hip retailers, as well as at least two city councilwomen, want Costa Mesa to reconsider its decision to allow construction of low-income senior housing near what is supposed to be a burgeoning arts...
  • Money Magazine says move to Newport for rich love

    Newport Beach is the top U.S. city for the rich and unattached to call home, according CNN Money Magazine's nationwide rating of 100 best places to live. The magazine rated Newport Beach No.1 as the best place to live for wealthy singles, with 30% of 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%...
  • It's A Gray Area: Politicians should take a real risk

    As we enter into the second decade of the 21st century, we should pause and reflect upon probably the largest reality of human life, which is that circumstances change, and those who do not change with them generally drift into decay and irrelevance. With...
  • City issues home improvement vouchers for low-income households

    Need a hammer, drill or even a lawn mower for that odd job around the house? Starting Tuesday, the city of Costa Mesa will issue 20 vouchers for up to $500 each to a limited number of low-income homeowners so they can rent tools needed for exterior...
  • Seniors big focus of city's housing plan

    As Laguna Beach officials move forward in updating the city's housing plan, there is one key group they must consider: seniors, who represent a third of the beach community's residents. "We have people who have lived [in Laguna] for 20, 30, 40 years,...